Andrew Luck reportedly has gone to Europe to seek treatment for his troublesome shoulder. The decision came after Luck visited with doctors to ask why he was still having soreness in his right shoulder.
Luck had surgery on his shoulder that the Colts initially indicated was relatively minor, with Colts owner Jim Irsay saying Luck would be ready for the start of the season.
Luck finally returned to practice on October 4 for the first of two times since December 2016. He practiced two more times before he was given a cortisone shot to see if the soreness would subside.
Luck was put on injured reserve on November 3, officially ending his season after a back and forth of whether or not he would play this year.
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Luck is almost 10 months removed from his initial January surgery.
Now Luck has apparently decided that the treatment he's receiving in America isn't good enough, and he's hoping to find something better overseas.
Injuries have plagued the 28-year-old over the past few years after he didn't miss a game in each of his first three years in the NFL.
Luck was coming off perhaps his best overall performance in his six-year National Football League career after playing in just seven games in 2015 due to a variety of injuries that included an abdominal muscle tear. He was placed on the injured reserve list on November 3, ending his season. The Colts went to the playoffs, including the AFC Championship Game in 2014, in each of those seasons. Prior to a missed 2017 season, he played in a combined 22 games the previous two.