Colts will put Luck through his paces at private workout

Top Indianapolis Colts officials traveled to Northern California on Monday to conduct a private workout with former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck on Tuesday, the Indianapolis Star reported.

Colts owner Jim Irsay didn't mention Luck by name, but he tweeted Monday that Colts staff members were flying to Stanford to "2c u know who!"

The Star reported that the Colts' contingent includes general manager Ryan Grigson, coach Chuck Pagano, offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen, and vice president of football operations Tom Telesco.

The Colts attended Stanford's pro day on March 22, when Luck also worked out.

"I think I've put together a decent body of work under my belt with the (game) film and the pro day," Luck said, according to the Star. "If they (the Colts) ask for more or need more, I'll be happy to oblige."

Luck is the consensus No. 1 selection in this month's NFL draft, but Irsay has consistently said that the Colts' decision is far from made.

ESPN's Michael Wilbon said Monday that recent conversations with people close to the Colts raise the possibility that Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, not Luck, could go No. 1.

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