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Before the Denver Broncos inked free agent and future Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning, the AFC West champions were showing great interest in former ASU signal caller Brock Osweiler. Evident by their second round draft selection tonight, that interest never waned despite the Broncos’ colossal signing.

Colts select Andrew Luck, Grade: A+

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Indianapolis Colts: Why Massive Rebuilding Is Exactly What the Franchise Needed

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1998 Peyton Manning vs. 2012 Andrew Luck, Part 1

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Justin’s 2012 NFL Mock Draft

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Indianapolis Colts full of Luck

Joe Montana, John Elway, Jim Kelly,Peyton Manning, Tom Brady. Usually an NFL team considers themselves lucky to land a Hall of Fame quarterback, but it rarely happens where the luck continues and you have the ability to draft one just after releasing another. For the Indianapolis Colts that is reality as they make Andrew Luck the number one overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft. The...

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