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Andrew Luck turns up on Colts injury report

 

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...Luck was listed on the Colts injury report today with an apparent groin injury, but he was listed as a full participant in practice.

Given all the problems Luck (and thus, the Colts) have experienced with his shoulder injury and protracted rehab, any injury update will cause massive breath-holding in Indiana.

However, the fact he’s practicing fully also suggests this isn’t a major concern.  . . . Or is it? (Cue ominous music.)

 

 

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