Andrew Luck has been dealing with a variety of of health concerns over the past few years, but his latest one is reportedly not as bad as it could have been.
According to CBS 4 in Indianapolis, Luck is suffering from a condition known as “myositis ossificans.” It reportedly occurs when “bone tissue forms inside the muscle” or any other soft tissue in the aftermath of an injury.
Myositis ossificans results in had lumps or bumps forming and lingering pain of varying severity.
While it is never good to have any sort of health condition, this has to be welcome news for Indianapolis Colts fans.
Luck, 29, previously missed the entire 2017 season with a torn labrum and then half a season before that due to a lacerated kidney. Needless to say, the Colts did not fare too well without him.
Fortunately for all involved, this condition does not appear to be the sort that will cause him to miss any sort of significant time.
Luck and the Colts enter the 2019-20 season as the favorites to win the AFC South.