Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was limited during the team's individual practices today, according to reports, raising concerns over whether or not the three-time Pro Bowler will play this weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Colts quarterback hasn't had the best of starts to the season this year. His team currently has a record of 1-2 after losses to the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets in their first two weeks, before finally picking up a win last Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
And while we won't know for sure until the injury reports are released later, doubts surrounding Luck's ability to play this weekend are starting to emerge.
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According to the Twitter account of Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star, the three-time Pro Bowler 'took practically no reps in individual portion of practice,' today.
And Mike Wells of ESPN also noted on his Twitter account that 'Matt Hasselbeck was making the throws to the T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief during the open portion of practice today,' not Luck.
We'll have to wait until the Colts give the full explanation for this decision later on. It could just be that Luck was tired or in need of another rest.
Or maybe they wanted to make sure backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was up-to-speed with things on the offense just in case he had to be inserted into the game on Sunday. You never know, it could become another whitewash for the Jaguars, like it was against the New England Patriots last weekend.
Either way, it remains a mystery at least for now.