QB with the Indianapolis Colts Andrew Luck has completely lost weight. Is He Sick?

Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts may not throw footballs, but he is undoubtedly tossing weights.

Luck has looked gigantic in images throughout the summer compared to his prior body, and I mean that in the greatest possible sense.

Here are some recent photos of the Indianapolis Colts' top quarterback, including one he isn't wearing any sleeves.

Maybe he dialed Tim Tebow's number and began to tow and push SUVs in the sweltering Florida sun. It appears that whatever he's doing is working.

Luck is at 240 pounds on the Colts' roster. Before the substantial weight drop seen in the shot above, he was most likely close to that playing weight for the duration of his career.

Based on his physical appearance, we'd estimate Luck's weight to be between 245-250 pounds.

How Has Andrew Luck Gotten So Skinny? His Health Update

Andrew Luck, the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, tweeted a snapshot to his book club's Twitter account on Wednesday that appeared to show him losing weight, albeit the photo seems to be a little deceiving.

A few fans were concerned about the shot, but when asked, Indianapolis Star beat reporters Stephen Holder and Zak Keefer claimed Luck had dropped weight, but not as much as the photo suggests.

It's not uncommon for a player to lose weight after the type of surgery. Luck underwent, and Luck still has time to gain weight before the start of the season if necessary.

Luck has yet to throw after undergoing shoulder surgery in January, but there's still time before the season begins, so there's no need to panic just yet.

Andrew Luck Wikipedia Details 

Andrew Luck was born in Washington, D.C., to Kathy and Oliver Luck. 

Oliver was the former XFL commissioner, former NCAA executive vice president for regulatory affairs, former West Virginia University quarterback, and former NFL quarterback for the Houston Oilers.

He grew up as a devout Roman Catholic who was active in his church's youth organization.

On June 17, 2012, he graduated from Stanford with a bachelor's degree in architectural design. Bruce Springsteen is his favorite musician, he has claimed.

Luck, a voracious reader, has earned the nickname "the Colts' very own librarian" for lending and recommending books to his teammates.

His favorite novel, according to Luck, is Henri Charrière's Papillon, and he enjoys Bernard Cornwell's historical fiction.