Andrew Luck says he had a ‘little mental block’ throwing a regulation football

This week, Andrew Luck was spotted at Indianapolis Colts practice throwing a football for the first time in quite a while. Reports out of Colts camp were joyous and Luck himself said there is no doubt that he’ll be ready to go for Week 1 of the 2018 season.

So while Luck throwing at minicamp was certainly a positive sign, it looks like the Colts may not be out of the woods here just yet. Once we get the report that Luck is throwing regulation footballs, that’ll be our best sign yet that he may indeed be ready to play for the first time since Jan. 1, 2017.

The team has already issued a statement saying they are aware of the matter and are investigating further. In the meantime, Woodside has been allowed to keep practicing with his Bengals teammates during their final OTA session this week before heading into a summer break.

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Beyond that, none of the players seemed to take issue.

The setup was fine, said Patrick Reed, who finished 3-over. I mean, I didn’t think there was a hole where that was set up unfair or anything like that. I felt like the pin placements were fine. You had to hit quality golf shots. They set up the golf course like a U.S. Open, like it should be. If you hit a great shot, you’re going to be rewarded. If you don’t, you’re going to struggle.

I felt like the USGA did a great job with the setup, added Dustin Johnson, who shot 1-over. I felt like it was fair. You know, it was hard, but it was fair. It wasn’t anything tricky or, you know, unreasonable by any means.

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