Luck returns to field as Colts open training camp

Indianapolis Colts

WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — Andrew Luck was limited to individual drills at the Indianapolis Colts’ first training camp practice and may not participate in full team work for three or four more days.
Coach Frank Reich told reporters Thursday that Luck is expected to work in 7-on-7 drills Friday. After each practice, Reich said, the Colts will re-evaluate Luck’s strained left calf.
The injury kept Indy’s starting quarterback out of all of the team’s offseason workouts and prevented him from getting together with teammates after last month’s three-day minicamp.
General manager Chris Ballard said Wednesday the Colts are limiting Luck’s workload as a precaution.
Luck wore a baseball cap, watching from the side as backup Jacoby Brissett did most of the work with the Colts’ staring offense.

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