Colts quarterback Andrew Luck suffering from more than just calf injury

Jim Irsay Andrew Luck dealing with ‘small little bone’ in addition to calf strain	 	 	 			Andrew Luck

Jim Irsay Andrew Luck dealing with ‘small little bone’ in addition to calf strain Andrew Luck

Quarterback Andrew Luck has missed almost all of the Indianapolis Colts' training camp practices this summer with what has been described as a calf injury suffered while working out in April, after also sitting out the team's organized team activities in May because of the injury.

"It's in another area", Jim Irsay told SiriusXM NFL Radio via The Athletic's Stephen Holder.

"I think after the (Kevin) Durant things (that) everyone's erring on the side of caution, but quite frankly this is not even in the Achilles tendon", Irsay said. It's a bone. You know I'm not good at these things. Heading into training camp, fans new Luck had a slight injury that was keeping him from practice.

Ballard isn't ready to say what Luck's status will be for the Week 1 game at the Los Angeles Chargers.

Luck suffered the calf injury in April and did not take part in the team's spring minicamp. "We wish there wasn't any little tweaks at all, but as you know, these things come up and you've got to deal with them".

Luck has been working with throwing guru Tom House.

He has been held out of practice and the Colts first pre-season game because of a calf strain, and Luck will not play in Saturday's home game against Cleveland and the practices leading up to it.