INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Andrew Luck will possible miss the remainder of the preseason with an harm close to the entrance of his left ankle.
Colts basic supervisor Chris Ballard says he isn’t positive if the harm will hold Luck out of the Sept. 8 season opener in opposition to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Indy’s beginning quarterback has been coping with decrease leg ache since straining his left calf in March. Luck missed all the workforce’s offseason exercises and has not participated in any full workforce drills at coaching camp.
Ballard spoke to native reporters on a convention name after workforce proprietor Jim Irsay instructed SiriusXM that the Colts believed Luck had injured a small bone close to the again of the ankle. But Ballard says extra testing decided the bone was not the reason for Luck’s ache.