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8-8, 3rd in AFC South
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2dBill Barnwell

Top of the QB market: Andrew Luck

Initial reports suggested Derek Carr had reset the bar for quarterbacks at $25 million per year, but is that really true compared to Andrew Luck's contract?

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Better season: '07 Brady or '04 Manning? (2:54)
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3dField Yates

Ranking NFL's best one-year flier deals

The Colts have made major investments at wide receiver this offseason, but Kamar Aiken should compete for plenty of playing time.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck's spot as the player with the highest average annual salary appears to be in danger. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday that Oakland's Derek Carr is on the verge of agreeing to a new deal that could pay him around $25 million a year. Luck, who agreed to a record-setting six-year $140 million contract in June 2016, has an average salary of $24.6 million.

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4dAaron Schatz, Football Outsiders

Best NFL offenses of past 30 years: Colts

The Peyton Manning-led Colts of the 2000s appear on our list three times. Where do the Super Bowl XLI champions rank on our top-30 list?

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Colts have tall order to make playoffs (0:53)
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9dMike Wells

Under-the-radar names to know from OTAs: Chester Rogers

If each receiver played without a number on his jersey, you would think Rogers was one of the team's top wideouts, running sharp routes and catching just about everything within his reach.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The focal point of the first day of the three-day minicamp for the Colts wasn't centered around the offensive line or the defensive makeovers, but rather on a player that wasn't taking part: Quarterback Andrew Luck. The sixth-year player acknowledged Tuesday that he's not sure if he'll be ready for the start of training camp in late July following his right shoulder surgery. Luck hasn't thrown a football in about five months...An interesting scenario on the field was that second-year safety T.J. Green was working with the second unit despite the Colts missing projected starters Clayton Geathers (neck) and Malik Hooker (hip). Darius Butler and Matthias Farley worked with the first-unit defense.

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Should Colts fans be worried about Luck? (2:01)
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11dMike Wells

Healing Luck unsure if he'll be ready for camp

Andrew Luck said Tuesday he is uncertain whether he will be ready for Indianapolis Colts training camp next month as he recovers from offseason shoulder surgery.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Andrew Luck on if he believes he'll be ready for the start of training camp: "To be honest, I have not thought about it. If I'm ready for it, then great. If I'm not, then that's the way it is. I'm certainly hopeful for it. In my mind all I can do – and I truly feel this way – with this rehab, with my shoulder, I can't look five months down the road, three months down the road, a week down the road. To me it's about the next rehab session, the next day. That's where my focus is and that's where I think it needs to be to truly get back to 100 percent." Coach Chuck Pagano said earlier on Tuesday that he's "praying" that Luck will be ready when the Colts open training camp in late July.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said he was going to be forthcoming with injuries. So I asked him if QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be ready for the start of training camp: "Am I hopeful? Am I praying? Yeah, but there's no timetable."

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Receiver T.Y. Hilton is dealing with a hamstring strain. There's a chance he won't do much this week during minicamp. Coach Chuck Pagano didn't seem overly concerned about Hilton's hamstring.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said the next step for QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) is getting to the point where he can throw. Then he'll have a pitch count to build from the ground up. Still no set timetable on when Luck will throw.

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12dDarren Rovell

Bill aims at halting taxpayer-funded stadiums

A bill aimed at prohibiting sports teams from using municipal bonds to help finance stadium construction will be introduced in the Senate on Tuesday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have claimed defensive back Tyvis Powell off waivers from Cleveland and waived cornerback Reggie Porter. Powell, who played at Ohio State, was waived just hours before he was scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the Chicago White Sox-Cleveland Indians game last week. Powell, an undrafted free agent in 2016, played in eight games with the Seattle Seahawks last season. He gives the Colts some position flexibility because he plays safety and cornerback. That's key for the Colts because there hasn't been a timetable on when safety Clayton Geathers will return from his neck injury.

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.6Tied-5th
Rushing Yards101.823rd
Points For25.78th
Points Against24.522nd

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