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SportTorrey Smith's scathing response to Gottlieb’s tweet about Luck

21:06  25 august  2019
21:06  25 august  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

Nagging calf injury to keep Colts QB Andrew Luck out of another week of practices

Nagging calf injury to keep Colts QB Andrew Luck out of another week of practices Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s injury status is starting to get worrying. Colts coach Frank Reich announced Monday that Luck would be held out of another week of practices, including joint workouts with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday and Thursday, due to lingering calf soreness. Colts coach Frank Reich said QB Andrew Luck (calf) will not take part in the joint practices against Cleveland on Wednesday or Thursday at this point. That isn't surprising considering Luck has only practiced three days since getting injured in April. https://t.

Quickly Gottlieb was buried in responses to the terrible take from fellow media members, former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Torrey Smith was one of the many to bring up Gottlieb ’ s past Andrew Luck Booed by Indianapolis Fans While Leaving the Field. Gottlieb had some company in

Luck is rarely a lightning strike, isolated and dramatic -- it' s much more like the wind, blowing constantly. Catching more of it is easy but not obvious.

Torrey Smith held nothing back in his defense of Andrew Luck after Fox Sports radio host Doug Gottlieb delivered a dumb take on the Indianapolis Colts quarterback's retirement on Saturday.

Torrey Smith's scathing response to Gottlieb’s tweet about Luck© Getty Getty

Gottlieb tweeted: " Retiring cause rehabbing is 'too hard' is the most millennial thing ever #AndrewLuck."

Smith responded: "You stole credit cards because working was 'too hard.'"

Smith is referencing Gottlieb's charges for credit card theft in 1996 when he was playing college basketball at Notre Dame. Gottlieb was accused of stealing three credit cards to spend $950 on sporting goods, jewelry, gas and dinners at restaurants. He was expelled from Notre Dame.

Andrew Luck won’t practice again this week

Andrew Luck won’t practice again this week The Indianapolis Colts will not have starting quarterback Andrew Luck at practice this week as he continues to rehab what’s become a ridiculously nagging injury. Zak Keefer of The Athletic shared head coach Frank Reich’s comment on the issue: Colts coach Frank Reich today: QB Andrew Luck will not practice this week. The issue remains a matter of "full speed movement vs. pain threshold." Team, ideally, will want to know his status for Week 1 next Monday. That'll be 13 days shy of the season opener.— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) August 20, 2019 The latest on Luck is that his nagging calf injury ended up also turning into a high-ankle issue as he rehabbed.

Luck is rarely a lightning strike, isolated and dramatic — it' s much more like the wind, blowing constantly. Catching more of it is easy but not obvious. In this insightful talk, Stanford engineering school professor Tina Seelig shares three unexpected ways to increase your luck — and your ability

The last two years were lost seasons for Torrey Smith . Smith is a strong deep threat that can be a regular game-changer, but it has seemed like he would be best suited with a good quarterback and complemented by a strong possession type receiver.

As Gottlieb explained in an article for The Athletic, his transgressions weren't as simple as they may seem. And the same is true of Luck, who clearly put careful evaluation into a nuanced decision to walk away from football (and millions of dollars) to retire. Gottlieb's assessment that "rehabbing is 'too hard'" for Luck is not only a misquote but also a gross misrepresentation of what the quarterback so carefully laid out during his announcement on Saturday night.

Gottlieb's inability to recognize the gravity of the Luck's situation is a disservice to his followers and listeners.

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Torrey Smith has become the first player from the Eagles’ Super Bowl championship team to react publicly to President Trump calling off the team’ s visit to the White House. Smith later posted a second tweet that read: “There are a lot of people on the team that have plenty of different views.

Torrey Smith ' s beautifully written and emotional thank you message to the Eagles and Philadelphia also included one final jab, too. Not only will Eagles fans never forget Smith , but the wide receiver was also well liked and respected by his teammates and the entire organization. Good luck brother.

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GM Chris Ballard upset that someone in Colts organization leaked Andrew Luck’s retirement.
Andrew Luck’s retirement announcement did not go according to plan, thanks to someone leaking the information to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Schefter did his job, reporting on the story as he’s paid to do. Yet the person responsible for the leak threw the entire organization into chaos and robbed Luck of the chance to announce his decision on his own terms. 

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