INDIANAPOLIS - While there might have been some nervousness inside the Indianapolis Colts organization when Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs chased Andrew Luck down and pulled him to the ground on his surgically repaired right shoulder, the quarterback was "sort of happy" it happened. Luck went to the ground on his right elbow on the play, but instead of gingerly getting up, he got up with the assistance of Suggs and ran off the field without any pain. That was one of the few positives for Luck, as the first-team offense sputtered along in their five series in the Colts' 20-19 loss to the Ravens. "I told someone after the game, I'm sort of happy to get sacked by Suggs, a legit sack," Luck said. "I landed on my right elbow sort of reminiscent of how I injured my shoulder a couple of years ago [in Week 3 of the 2015 season]. I didn't feel anything. Didn't give it a second thought. That's a big deal for...


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