INDIANAPOLIS – Back from Brazil, Andrew Luck is still about two weeks away from getting back to work.
That doesn't mean the Colts quarterback is kicking his feet up until Anderson.
Luck took part in a pair of events this week with Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health's Change the Play program.
On Tuesday, Luck was in Bloomington to promote health, physical fitness and nutrition to around 200 kids.
Thursday, Luck made the trek up to Purdue University for a similar event.
Below is a compilation of some tweets, pictures and video of Luck in Bloomington and West Lafayette:
Andrew Luck on #iufb: "It seems dynamic. It seems like it's fun to watch and obviously world-class facilities." pic.twitter.com/glIcajZHrI — Hoosier Football (@HoosierFootball) July 8, 2014
Andrew Luck addressing campers at Change the Play camp at #Purdue, benefiting Riley Hospital. pic.twitter.com/d5CpoFu7KO — GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) July 10, 2014
We're happy to let Andrew Luck borrow our Fuel Station to sign some gear for his #ChangeThePlay camp! @RileyHospital pic.twitter.com/5mH0wyT31N — Purdue Sports RDs (@BoilerFuel) July 10, 2014
Two hours onto it...luck going strong at change the play! @RileyHospital #wthr pic.twitter.com/vw7FO8tsTP — dave calabro (@calabro13sports) July 10, 2014
#Purdue's QBs study A. Luck, bc of similar schemes. David Blough: "Nice to see the great 1s doing what we're doing & being effective at it." — GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) July 10, 2014
Special thanks to the @Colts' Andrew Luck for coming down for @RileyHospital's #ChangeThePlay camp! #BoilerUp pic.twitter.com/sqFBaxnNGC — Purdue Athletics (@PurdueSports) July 10, 2014
2nd stop on our #changetheplay camp tour at #Purdue is kicking off now! Excited! pic.twitter.com/J49M2GqF82 — Riley Hospital (@RileyHospital) July 10, 2014