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INDIANAPOLIS -- Bruce Arians, the Indianapolis Colts' new offensive coordinator, is certainly no stranger when it comes to tutoring and developing young, highly talented young quarterbacks. Arians was the Colts' quarterbacks coach in 1998 when the team drafted eventual franchise icon Peyton Manning with the first overall pick of the National Football League draft. He was with the Cleveland Browns in 2001 when Tim Couch was selected No. 1. And for the past eight years,the Patterson, New Jersey native has been an assistant coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the last five seasons as the team's offensive coordinator where he worked with Ben Roethlisberger. Out of that group. Manning led the Colts to two Super Bowls, winning one. Roethlisberger has won two of the three Super Bowl games in which he has played. So it shouldn't have come as a major surprise that when first-year coach Chuck Pagano went looking for an offensive coordinator, knowing that Indianapoli...
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Andrew Luck is keeping his focus on football.
He'll let others worry about his new contract.
The No. 1 overall draft pick says that even though he cannot attend training camp until he signs a deal, he is not worried about the lack of one becoming an impediment for reporting to training camp. The Colts report to Anderson University, an NCAA Division III school about 30 miles...
Before the new collective bargaining agreement put in place after the lockout ended last year, you would usually see the top pick in the draft sign his deal and then we would work our way down after the market had been set. But with the new deal in place, we’re seeing that things are going to be quite different.
17 of the first 32 picks in the draft have come to terms or signed...
If Indianapolis Colts rookie QB Andrew Luck is a little overwhelmed by his new surroundings in the NFL, he does have one familiar face that he can rely on both before and during his 1st NFL season. With the Colts 34th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, they selected Luck’s former Stanford teammate TE Coby Fleener. At 6’6 and 250 lbs, Fleener was the 1st TE taken off the board...
The Indianapolis Colts have signed No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck.
The quarterback's agent and uncle, Will Wilson, confirmed Thursday that the deal had been completed. Terms were not immediately released.
Colts owner Jim Irsay told reporters in late April he expected Luck's deal would be almost identical to the four-year, $22 million contract last year's top pick, Cam...
According to Len Pasquarelli of The Sports Xchange, the Indianapolis Colts and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck have hit a snag in their contract negotiations because of the proposed inclusion of marketing language that Luck and his reps look at as being “strident.”
One of Pasquarelli’s sources told him that Luck would ”have to clear” all marketing proposals...
Fantasy football is back and with it comes a crop of new names such as Browns RB Trent Richardson and Colts QB Andrew Luck.
It also brings with it a bumper crop of other newbies with names like Louie’s Lizards, Buccaneer Bruisers and Show Me Da Money.
The latter group will probably get invited to join a fantasy league at work, through a friend or simply because they were the...
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Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were taken 1-2 in the NFL draft, but Brett Favre knows who he would pick between the two QBs.
On Friday, a report surfaced that the Indianapolis Colts and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck have hit a speed bump in their contract negotiations.
Colts owner Jim Irsay went on Twitter and explained that the report is false.
As much as I respect my friend Lenny Pasquarelli;the”One Source”is completely wrong/We’re close on #12 n final details unrelated 2 marketing...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay took to his favorite medium, Twitter, to refute a report by Len Pasquarelli that the Colts and their number one draft pick Andrew Luck were having some troubles regarding his contract negotiations.
The report claimed Luck's representatives and the Colts were beefing over details of Luck's off-field endorsements.
Irsay, via twitter
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay claimed Saturday that a contract with rookie quarterback Andrew Luck is not being held up by marketing language. Irsay, using Twitter, denied a report by The Sports Xchange's Len Pasquarelli, which stated that Luck's agents and the team disagree over details related to the quarterback's off-the-field endorsements. A source indicated...
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