Reggie Wayne offers to catch passes from Andrew Luck at ‘undisclosed location’
Andrew Luck told reporters on Monday that he is excited with the progress he has made after he missed the entire 2017 season with a shoulder injury, though the star quarterback has not yet resumed throwing NFL-sized footballs. When he does, one of his old favorite targets is willing to help out.
Reggie Wayne, who was teammates with Luck in Indianapolis for three seasons, has offered to catch passes from Luck at an “undisclosed location.”
Let me know when you're ready to throw bro. We can go to a "undisclosed location". Wouldn't be my first time I've done that with one of my Qb's. pic.twitter.com/LpiTTh9Jsk
— Reggie Wayne (@ReggieWayne_17) April 9, 2018
For those who don’t get the reference, Wayne met with Peyton Manning several years ago to work out a supposedly top secret location when Manning was recovering from neck surgery and the Colts had released him. The big difference is neither player was under contract with a team at the time, and something tells us the Colts will probably want to keep a close eye on Luck.
Luck sounds optimistic, but we are still getting mixed information about his rehab. Until Colts fans see him firing footballs around, it will be tough for them to stop thinking the worst after what happened last season.