Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck Admits To Injuring Himself Snowboarding
Some surprising news from the mainstream-meets-snowboarding world today. ESPN dropped a story on NFL Sunday stating Andrew Luck injured his shoulder during the 2015-2016 offseason while snowboarding. It seems like it is a little too late to be relevant, but Luck has yet to play an NFL regular-season game since 2016, spraining the AC joint on his throwing arm in a snowboarding accident in Colorado. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback admitted to the second shoulder injury earlier in the week to the media, but told his team immediately after the accident. The article ends with a quote from Luck saying, “I’m obviously not snowboarding anymore.”
We hope that is not the case. Without knowing the stats and completely making up this next statement, far more people are injured playing football every year, even compared to snowboarding and skateboarding combined. Luck’s salary, which according to Google is $24,594,000, is plenty for a solid lesson or two. He just needs to give it a little time and maybe ask for help. We offer a special for NFL players in the neighborhood of $50,000 per lesson. For that price, the SNOWBOARDER Mag staff will act as an offensive line and form a circle around said player as we make our way down the hill. We will tackle every skier or fellow snowboarder on the way down and do the endzone dance of the players choice. Feel free to hit us up. We can even meet you in any city you are playing and drive you to the nearest resort.
In all seriousness, we wish Luck the best season of his career, as long as he doesn’t beat the New England Patriots or Cleveland Browns (staff hometown favorites).