indianapolis colts starting quarterback Andrew Luck is expected to be out until October as he has yet to practice after rehabbing his shoulder. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider, while many fans are anticipating that Luck will return soon, the reality is that the quarterback may miss a few more games. “It's going to be Scott Tolzien as their quarterback and my understanding is we're still a couple weeks away at least from seeing Andrew Luck,” Rapoport told NFL GameDay Morning.

When Luck was removed from physically unable to perform (PUP) list, he was expected to return to practice. However, Rapoport said Luck did not practice this week and it remains to be seen if he will be on the practice field next week.

The Colts also want to see that Luck is in fine form before starting him in the regular season.

The Colts are set to start the 30-year-old Tolzien against the Los Angeles Rams Sunday. The Colts recently traded wide receiver Phillip Dorsett to the New England Patriots for quarterback Jacoby Brisett, who could be another option if Tolzien doesn’t perform well against the Rams. In four preseason games, Tolzien threw for 241 yards but put just 13 points on the boards for the Colts.

Redskins tight end dealing with toe injury

The Washington Redskins are hoping that tight end Jordan Reed’s production this season will not be affected by his battle with a painful toe injury. According to NFL.com sources, Reed has been dealing with a fracture in his big toe, forcing him to adjust to the way he runs.

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The adjustment has caused issues in other parts of his foot. Reed explained that a stem-cell treatment aggravated the injury, but he expects it to “calm down” as the season progresses.

Despite the issue, Reed is active and is expected to play against the Philadelphia Eagles. He missed most of the training camp as he was placed on the PUP list. He was activated only on August 20. Last season, Reed suited up for 12 games, catching 66 passes for 686 yards and six scores.

Beckham unlikely to play against the Cowboys

Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reported that New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is reportedly unlikely against the Dallas Cowboys. According to Raanan, Beckham will go through his pregame workout but will not play against the Cowboys. Gary Myers of the New York Daily News reported that Beckham hasn't practiced since suffering a left ankle sprain Aug. 21. Last season, Beckham caught 101 passes for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Giants.