Colts QB Luck could miss season opener

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"He isn't throwing a football as strong as he wants to because we won't let him", Irsay said.

The NFL regular season is just four weeks away, and the Indianapolis Colts say Andrew Luck may or may not be playing. "We always knew it was going to be a borderline thing", Irsay said.

Irsay's comments come after general manager Chris Ballard said "we're exactly where I thought we'd be at this time" when discussing Luck's throwing program in July, per George Bremer of the Herald Bulletin. The game allowed reporters an opportunity to ask management about Luck's status.

Sunday's 24-10 preseason loss to the Lions did nothing to ease Colts' fans concerns about Luck's absence, as none of the Indy quarterbacks played particularly well. Meanwhile, Scott Tolzien, Luck's potential replacement, struggled as the starter Sunday.

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"This is our future that's 10, 12, 14 years - who knows?"

While they believe their biggest investment will be completely healthy eventually and that Luck provides their best chance to win now and into the future, they're not going to rush Luck back.

While Luck is undoubtedly doing everything he can to play September 10 against the Rams, time is simply running out. "That could be September 10, that could be September 20".

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