INDIANAPOLIS -- It's been almost four months since we've seen Andrew Luck throw a football. He could be getting ready to throw again.
According to a report from NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport, Luck is "very close" to throwing, meaning he won't need another surgery.
Luck missed the entire 2017 season after undergoing shoulder surgery in Jan. 2017. After months of rehab, Luck practiced with the team in October. He suffered a setback, and the team shut him down for the year.
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Rapoport also reported that Luck is headed to California to work with two throwing trainers.
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