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Andrew Luck throwing again in Thursday's practice

All indications point to Andrew Luck suiting up for the Colts on Sunday night against Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Indy's starting quarterback threw in front of the media for a second straight day on Thursday, showing "no restrictions" after missing the past two games with a shoulder injury, per Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star.

The team officially labeled Luck as limited again on Thursday, but coach Chuck Pagano acknowledged Wednesday that the signal-caller was "headed in the right direction."

Backup Matt Hasselbeck said of Luck on Wednesday, per CSN New England: "I think it would be a surprise if he didn't start." On Thursday, wideout Donte Moncrief also told Around the NFL's Andrew Siciliano that he's "75 percent" certain Luck will play Sunday.

Barring a surprise, the pieces are falling in place for Luck to make his much-awaited return for Indy's biggest game of the year.

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