Andrew Luck Comments on Staying Healthy, Adjusting Playing Style

May 17, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Indianapolis Colts missed the playoffs last year due in large part to the absence of quarterback Andrew Luck.
It was the first time Indianapolis missed the postseason since drafting Luck with the No. 1 overall pick in 2012, and the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback understands how important it is to remain healthy if the Colts are to be a Super Bowl contender this year.
“I have an obligation to keep myself healthy,” Luck said, via the Colts' official website (h/t Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk). “Not only to myself, but to this team. That dictates change in preparation and how you do things a little bit. I have to. For example, if a play breaks down in practice, making a full-speed decision to throw it away. Just to train that aspect of it.”
Before 2015, Luck had not missed a game in his young NFL career. He led the Colts to three consecutive 11-5 seasons, two division titles and one appearance in the AFC Championship Game.

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