That doesn't mean Luck won't be working on something.
The Colts have already contacted with Luck's agent, Will Wilson, to negotiate a contract. Team owner Jim Irsay said last weekend he expected the process to go quickly and that Luck's deal would be almost identical to the four-year, $22 million deal Newton signed last summer.
Luck is also trying to take care of things on the field.
He's hoping to work out with receiver Austin Collie in California between now and June and has offered to travel to Miami so he can work with perennial Pro Bowler Reggie Wayne and rookie receiver T.Y. Hilton, a third-round pick. If Luck can make all those plans work, he thinks he'll be a lot more comfortable when he returns to Indy next month.
"I'm going to try and digest all of the information first, so I can build up a little credibility," Luck said.
Notes: The Colts had kicker Austin Anderson in for a tryout Friday. Anderson is the son of Gary Anderson, the NFL's second-leading scorer with 2,434 points. Pagano said the Colts would consider signing Anderson as a free agent for training camp. ... The Colts are expected to finalize their training camp plans soon. Irsay has said the Colts will likely return to Anderson, Ind., about 25 miles north of Indy. The Colts have practiced at Anderson each of the past two summers.
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