Andrew Luck sat down with RTV 6, a local news station in Indianapolis last week, and shed some light into how OTAs and the offseason has been going for the young star. And for now Luck said he is more comfortable about being a quarterback and learning how to succeed in the league.
When Dave Furst asked about how the first two weeks of practices have gone he stated that the pace has been great and that overall the practices have gone really well.That is a good sign, and the Colts will look to work in newly acquired receiver Hakeem Nicks, and a few players back from injury in Ahmad Bradshaw, Trent Richardson, and Dwayne Allen.
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Knowing the system, and the pace of the game in the NFL, will help Luck continue to shine as he enters his third season in the league.
The Colts will be in the spotlight during week one of the season, as the are set to take on the Denver Broncos, and former Colts great Peyton Manning. Yet before that, the Colts have four more OTA practices, a mini camp, and training camp.
Colts fans everywhere have been anxiously awaiting for the season to start since the blowout loss in the divisional round of the playoffs to the rival New England Patriots.