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Colts want Andrew Luck to have single-digit interceptions

From ESPN - July 17, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS -- Is not it almost that time already?

It seems like it was just weeks ago that owner Jim Irsay met with media on that Saturday afternoon in January giving his reason for firing general manager Ryan Grigson and retaining coach Chuck Pagano.

Now here we are just 12 days away from the Indianapolis Colts reporting for training camp at the team's facility on July 29. They will have their first practice the following day at Lucas Oil Stadium.

In 10 of the next 12 days, we will take a look at key areas for the Colts heading into training camp.

The biggest question mark surrounding quarterback Andrew Luck -- and the entire Colts organization for that matter -- is his health after he had right shoulder surgery in January and missed the team's offseason workouts while still rehabbing.

Luck will return at some point, and when he does, an area the Colts want him to improve in is cutting down on his interceptions. The quarterback who believes he can make any throw no matter how tight the window is has thrown at least 12 interceptions in four of his five seasons.

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