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WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — Andrew Luck felt like a different guy as he strolled down the tree-lined path to the Colts practice field Thursday.

The recently married quarterback and now expectant father made the short trek, confident in his surgically repaired right shoulder and football future.

And despite being limited to individual drills by a strained left calf as training camp opened, even the Indianapolis Colts quarterback took a few moments to reflect on how much has changed since he first appeared at Grand Park Sports Campus last July.

“I remember walking through that sort of tunnel in the trees. Today I was sitting there thinking about it and how scared I was to

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