Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has decided to leave America to get treatment on his injured throwing shoulder.
Luck is currently in Europe, according to ESPN’s Mike Wells and Chris Mortensen.
Luck has been dealing with that injured shoulder since the 2015 season, which caused him to miss two games. He played through it during the 2016 season, but has not been able to take the field at all this year.
The Colts officially put him on injured reserve, Nov. 3.
In 2012 it looked like the sky was the limit for the Colts and Luck. He was the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft, and they made the playoffs with an 11-5 record one year after finishing 2011, 2-14.
The Colts would make the playoffs the next two seasons, culminating with an AFC Championship Game loss during the 2014 season.
In 2015 and 2016, they finished .500. This year, the Colts have lost six of the nine games they have played, and have said that they have no idea idea when Luck will be ready to return to the field.
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