Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is entering the final year of his rookie contract and may end up becoming the NFL’s highest paid player this offseason but currently there is nothing to report in regards to an extension.
In his third season as the Colts quarterback, Luck led the NFL with 40 touchdown passes and threw for a total of 4,761 yards.
Side note on Luck, I'm convinced based on what he told me today and Grigson's comments Friday that nothing's imminent on a contract.
— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) January 24, 2015
While Luck will be back with the Colts one way or another, one player who may not return to the Colts for the 2015 season is center A.Q. Shipley.
Shipley lost the starting center job to undrafted rookie Jonotthan Harrison in Week 5. He will be looking for deals which pay the league minimum this offseason.