The unbridled enthusiasm about the eventual return to health of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has spread to Luck himself, with Luck going on the record on Tuesday to say he’ll absolutely be ready for the start of the season. Something else that Luck said was far more intriguing. And concerning.
Here we are, six weeks from the start of training camp. Nearly 18 months removed from the supposedly successfully outpatient shoulder surgery. And Luck can’t do what every other NFL quarterback http://www.nikeminnesotavikingstore.com/adrian-peterson-jersey-for-sale-c-66.html currently can — make a series of relatively short throws with the kind of football used in an NFL game.
While none of this means Adam Jones Womens Jersey Luck won’t be ready to throw a full-sized http://www.bengalsfootballprostore.com/ADAM-JONES-JERSEY-CHEAP.html football in a full-speed setting come September, none of it means that he will be, either. And I’ll continue to believe nothing that is said about (or, frankly, by) Luck, waiting instead to see him perform before concluding that he’s the guy he used to be.
Last season, though, Adrian Peterson Authentic Jersey Beasley caught only 36 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns.
It was very frustrating, man, Beasley said. No one wants to have a good year and come back and have the worst year of their career. It was definitely frustrating. A lot of things I had to fight through, but I feel like that season has made me better today because of it.
Beasley said he has benefited from the addition of receivers coach Sanjay Lal.
It just feels like this is the first time I’m being taught how to actually run routes instead of just naturally doing them, Beasley said. It’s kind of different. When you get to the NFL it’s like you’re already supposed to know, stuff is assumed.