LUCK MAY MISS TIME BECAUSE OF SHOULDER
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