Andrew Luck sends fan an brilliant gift for doing something incredible for him

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Andrew Luck looks like he's well on his way towards returning to the field for the Indianapolis Colts next season, and he's willing to repay anyone who helps him out.

Haleigh Hoffman of RTV6 in Indianapolis tweeted out that her friend's father found Luck's wallet while on a bike ride before returning it to the Colts' practice facility.

The Colts quarterback made sure that the man who found his wallet was repaid for his kindness by sending him a very nice gesture that any fan would appreciate.

For finding his wallet, Luck sent the man an autographed football accompanied by a thank you note:

The note thanked the man for making his life "much easier" and the fact he returned his wallet reminded him of the "kindness of strangers."

Luck's recovery progress

Luck's good fortune appears to be improving not just off the field, but on it as well, as he is reportedly making good progress towards his on-field return.

The Colts quarterback told the Indianapolis Star last week that his surgically-repaired shoulder remains pain-free, meaning he's still on the right path to return on the field for the Colts next season.

There are even reports stating that he even plans to have a throwing session with the Colts' receivers prior to training camp.

Obviously, many people are skeptic about this since Luck was in this position last year and it ultimately lead to him being shut down for the entire season. In either case, he looks to be on the right path.

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The Colts are expected to limit Luck in camp, giving him days off and monitoring his reps, but there is finally light at the end of the tunnel of what has been a horrible time for the team over the past two years.

Luck hasn't played a competitive NFL snap since January 1, 2017 due to a shoulder injury has been lingering around since the 2015 season.

There haven't been any updates as to when exactly Luck will return to the field, who still has four years left on his five-year, $122.9 million deal that runs through the 2021 season.

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