Colt's co-star Andrew Luck has already gone through several rounds of hell-blows. He is recovering from the minor damage to the calf suffered in the spring, but after joining the rest of the world, looking at Kevin Durant's bodily injury, becomes a torn Achilles tendon, the Colts do not take any chances. a relatively worrying foot injury on May 9, during play 5 of the second round of playoffs between Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets. It looked like an injury to Achilles, but obviously the injury was on his calf, and Durant was released to return to the floor nine games later, for Match 5 of the NBA Finals. It happened approximately 14 minutes after opening the top when Achilles at Duran finally got out of the car, killing him next season and possibly changing the career path. Colts head coach Frank Reich obviously paid attention to all this and told ESPN Mike Wells this week that he absolutely informed how the team will deal with Luck: "I certainly thought [about]," said Reich after the first training session of the team on Thursday. "I did not talk to [general manager] Chris [Ballard] or one of our coaches. But that's the job. When you see something like that happen, you're like, 'Oh yeah, that's why you're doing what we do.' It was like an untold truth. That's why we are cautious. "
So Colts keeps him slowly with luck in a training camp. He reportedly participated in individual training at the beginning of the practice on Thursday, and then spent the rest of the session looking at the sideline. Considering how foolish the team is to tackle the shoulder wound in 2015, it looks like a step in the right direction.