Andrew Luck still doesn't have a contract with the Indianapolis Colts, but he's not concerned about his status with the team. Luck attended the rookie symposium with his fellow rookies this week and spoke following the event about his contract. He expects the deal to get done.
"I'm sure (the contract) will get done ... Honestly, I let my agent worry about that side of things ... I focus on football, especially having missed so much (practice) time because of school. I didn't want very many distractions to make sure I catch up in terms of time with everybody else. My agent will handle (negotiations)."
The Colts open training camp on July 28, giving Luck, his representatives and the team a month to get the deal done. Because of the rookie salary structure in the new collective bargaining agreement, there isn't a lot of room to negotiate the years and salary of Luck's contract, so there's no reason to believe that a deal won't get worked out before camp.