Found April 10, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is laying it on pretty thick in regard to his admiration of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. Once again, Irsay took to Twitter to share his feelings. "Met with A Luck $12 (in) Indy 2day (for) 3 hrs; it's easy (to see) why the #1 pick (and) this Stanford phenom has been synonymous with each other 4 over 2 yrs," Irsay tweeted. The Colts hold the top overall pick of the draft - and the cat is pretty much out of the bag as to who they will select later this month. The Washington Redskins are expected to take fellow quarterback Robert Griffin III of Baylor with the next pick.
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