Stand down from panic mode, Colts fans. Andrew Luck (foot) is back in practice.
The quarterback returned to action Monday, according to the team's official website.
Luck sat out of practice a week ago due to the injury, but coach Frank Reich quelled concerns by saying if the Colts had a regular-season game, the quarterback would play. There was still some understandable hand-wringing over the oft-injured quarterback's status as Week 1 arrives, considering he didn't play at all last season, and the fact it's the franchise quarterback.
That can be set aside now, thanks to Indianapolis' cautious approach and a week of breathing room. All signs point to Luck returning to lead his men Sunday.
Elsewhere in injury news:
6. Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) and Mack Hollins (groin) did not practice ahead of Thursday's season opener against the Atlanta Falcons. Tight end Richard Rodgers (knee) also missed practice. Running back Jay Ajayi (foot) and quarterback Carson Wentz (knee) were limited.
7. The Seattle Seahawks placed running back J.D. McKissic (foot) on injured reserve, allowing him to be eligible to return after missing the first eight games.