Found February 24, 2012 on Inside the Bills:
PLAYERS: Andrew Luck
TEAMS: Stanford Cardinal
Stanford QB Andrew Luck has decided not throw here at the NFL Combine. “I’ve decided not to throw,” said Luck. “I will participate in everything else. This was a decision I reached on my own.”

Source: Colts sticking with Luck as No. 1 pick

The Indianapolis Colts already have Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck fitted for a jersey and ball cap for the upcoming NFL Draft.A team source told Yahoo!Sports that the Colts have decided on Luck over Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III for their No. 1 overall pick. Luck has long been mentioned as the probable pick for the Colts but Griffin’s recent spike in draft stock left...

Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III walk in Peyton's shadow

INDIANAPOLIS -- For the record, Andrew Luck measured in at 6-foot-4, 234 ½ pounds. Baylor's Robert Griffin III, the only quarterback given a chance of surpassing the Stanford quarterback as the first overall pick of the NFL draft, checked in at 6-2 3/8 and 223 pounds.

Welcome to your new home, Andrew

For the other 300-plus NFL prospects, Lucas Oil Stadium represents the site where teams will evaluate their pre-draft workouts. Stepping inside the facility Friday meant something much deeper for Andrew Luck. It marked the first chance to visit his future digs. Barring a completely unexpected twist, Luck will become the new quarterbacking tenant when selected by the Indianapolis...

Luck thinks Manning is tops

Andrew Luck, the Stanford quarterback who almost certainly will be chosen by the Indianapolis Colts with the top overall pick in April’s NFL draft, had his moment in front of the cameras yesterday at the Combine.

Harbaugh talks up prized quarterbacks

The Scouting Combine's top two quarterbacks - all but assured to be selected 1-2 in April's NFL Draft - each have a connection with San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh: He coached Andrew Luck at Stanford, and he recruited Robert Griffin III, the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner who starred at Baylor. Luck may be locked up and signed by the Indianapolis Colts - keeper of the...

2012 NFL Scouting Combine: Top 10 QB Prospects to Watch at Combine

The 2012 NFL Scouting Combine is set to get underway in Indianapolis over the next few days, and the quarterback pool is as deep as it has been in a long time. It is fitting that the Colts will be hosting all of these talented young quarterback prospects, as they are fully expected to select Andrew Luck of Stanford with the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft to replace...

Andrew Luck talks of Peyton Manning at NFL combine

Fourteen years after his old college coach, Jim Harbaugh, was replaced by Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck could be Manning's heir apparent with the Colts. Just don't tell that to Luck,...

Luck says he’d “absolutely” be willing to sit behind Manning

Back in December, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck said all the right things about the possibility of being drafted by a team with an established quarterback. On Friday, Luck continued to tread lightly as to the possibility of being relegated to the bench, in the (unlikely) event that the Colts don’t cut Peyton Manning. “Yeah, absolutely,”…

RGIII, Luck steal combine stage in more ways than one

Brought to you by: (PhatzRadio / USA Today) — INDIANAPOLIS — Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III each passed one of the most important NFL scouting combine personality tests that can help elevate or hurt a top prospect’s draft stock by acing their media press conferences. Stanford’s Luck and Baylor’s Griffin impressed with their smarts and grounded maturity...
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