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Interim Head Coach Bruce Arians is a mad man, and
he's letting the NFL know it. Arians feels that his rookie Andrew Luck is
getting more than his fair share of cheap shots.
One would say it's kind of a compliment that a
rookie signal caller would worry a defense enough to go the extra mile on him. "Even if Andrew slides, guys are coming for his
head," Arians said, according to Sal Paolantonio of ESPN.
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