Owner Jim Irsay told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport from the owners' meetings last week "no additional surgery at this point is planned, " but that's obviously subject to change if the soreness and swelling Luck experienced when he began throwing in practice in early October returns.
The quarterback has been out for the 2017 season.
The Colts (3-11) have been without Luck all season after he underwent surgery on his right shoulder to fix a torn labrum that he tried to play through the previous two seasons.
When Andrew Luck returns from from his European treatments soon, he will resume a throwing regimen that will ultimately determine whether he needs corrective surgery to his biceps tendon, per multiple sources. The move ended months of speculation about whether Luck would play this season.
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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is now in Europe undergoing treatment as part of his rehabilitation program in recovering from his shoulder issue.
The normal recovery from the tendon procedure ranges from three to six months, according to medical sources, and would not normally project as a surgery that would threaten the 2018 season.
Mortensen also reported that Luck is optimistic but should the pain come back, he would undergo a procedure called tenodesis. He is scheduled to return from his trip in the next week.
Luck originally injured his shoulder in 2015, missing two games because of the shoulder and the final seven with a lacerated kidney. He proceeded to make the Pro Bowl in his rookie campaign after throwing for 4,374 yards, 23 touchdowns and 18 interceptions while completing 54.1 percent of his passing attempts in addition to registering a passer rating of 76.5.