Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck refused to give a timeline on his return after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder. Luck underwent surgery in January to repair a lingering issue in his right shoulder from 2015. Colts owner Jim Irsay said Luck will be ready for the start of the 2017 season, ESPN reported. After Luck’s surgery, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider said Luck would not throw the ball for three months while it will take him six months or by July to fully recover.

Luck was tight-lipped about the exact date of his return, refusing to commit whether he will be behind center when the Colts take on the Los Angeles Rams in their season opener on Sept.

10. However, he assured fans that he will emerge from the surgery better than ever. CBS reported that Luck said, "I don't know when it's going to be but I definitely will be.” Luck has been throwing a tennis ball as part of his recovery and rehabilitation. Irsay, for his part, explained that the team set a Week 1 return only as a benchmark for Luck’s recovery. The Colts have Scott Tolzien a s backup and he will be ready in case Luck misses Week 1.

Trubisky fumbled three snaps in practice

According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN, Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky "fumbled three snaps from under center in one drill during Saturday’s practice." The fumbles spoiled an otherwise good day for Trubisky, who made some impressive throws during training camp.

Coach John Fox understood Trubisky’s struggle, saying that the quarterback was used to working out of the shotgun in North Carolina.

The Bleacher Report pointed out that The Bears traded up to No. 2, sending the No. 3 overall pick, a third- and fourth-round picks in 2017 plus a third-round pick in the 2018 draft to the San Francisco 49ers to get Trubisky, who had a one year experience as a starter at North Carolina.

Currently, Trubisky is third on the depth chart, behind starter Mike Glennon and veteran Mark Sanchez.

Blake Bortles tossed five interceptions

Michael DiRocco of ESPN reported that "Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles threw five interceptions in Saturday’s practice." DiRocco said Bortles’ two interceptions came in a 7-on-7 drill and his three other picks happened in 11-on-11 drills.

After practice, coach Doug Marrone can’t hide his frustrations, not just on Bortles, but on the whole team. Bortles tallied 23 touchdown passes and 16 interceptions last season. In the past three seasons, he had 51 interceptions, second in the league over that span.