INDIANAPOLIS -- Injured Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is seeking more opinions on his surgically repaired shoulder after a setback in his recovery a few weeks ago, according to multiple reports.
On Sunday, FOX Sports' Jay Glazer first reported that Luck started feeling pain a couple weeks ago, which would line up with the time he stopped practicing.
Luck stopped practicing the week of Oct. 16, after the team announced he was "sore."
In a press conference, Colts general manager Chris Ballard said he isn't calling it a "setback" but believes it's part of the process for Luck's recovery.
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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that Luck received a cortisone injection for the pain, then had a good week of rehab, only to suffer another setback.
Luck had surgery to repair a torn labrum on Jan. 15.
The additional opinions will determine whether Luck will able to play this season, Mortensen reported.
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