LUCK MAY MISS TIME BE­CAUSE OF SHOUL­DER

The Denver Post - - SPORTS - Michael Con­roy, The As­so­ci­ated Press

Hav­ing un­der­gone shoul­der surgery in Jan­uary, Colts quar­ter­back An­drew Luck may not be avail­able to start the 2017 sea­son.

CBS Sports’ Ja­son La Can­fora re­ported Tues­day he’s “heard plenty of rum­blings about (Luck) start­ing the year on the phys­i­cally un­able to per­form list.”

Colts gen­eral man­ager Chris Bal­lard dis­cussed Luck’s sta­tus: “We want to make sure we han­dle the process right with An­drew, and con­tin­u­ing to do the things the doc­tors and train­ers have told him to do, and we’re go­ing to fol­low that process.”

Luck al­ready is on the pre­sea­son PUP list, but if the Colts place him on the regular-sea­son PUP list, he would have to miss at least six games.

Sea­hawks sign safety.

Kam Chan­cel­lor was op­ti­mistic he would have a new con­tract be­fore the start of the regular sea­son.

A day af­ter say­ing as much, the Sea­hawks’ start­ing strong safety signed a three-year ex­ten­sion that will keep him with the only NFL club he has ever played for through the 2020 sea­son.

Chan­cel­lor’s new deal is worth up to $36 mil­lion with $25 mil­lion guar­an­teed.

Two years ago, Chan­cel­lor was a train­ing camp hold­out be­cause he was un­happy with his con­tract.

Two Ravens down.

The Ravens lost two play­ers for the sea­son when the team an­nounced tight end Crock­ett Gill­more, a for­mer CSU star, had un­der­gone MCL surgery and rookie of­fen­sive line­man Nico Si­ra­gusa tore three lig­a­ments in his left knee. — The As­so­ci­ated Press

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