WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard says quarterback Andrew Luck will take some extra days off during training camp but will have no limitations when he's on the field.

Luck is trying to return from a partially torn labrum in his throwing shoulder, which required surgery in January 2017.

After missing all of last season, Luck resumed throwing in public during the team's mandatory three-day minicamp last month. Since then, Ballard says Luck has continued to progress.

The plan calls for Luck to throw at least four days per week, following his regular season routine.

Luck and his teammates report to camp Wednesday. They will work out at the team's new camp site, Grand Park Sports Campus, through Aug. 18.

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