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Once again Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has expressed his confidence in getting rookie quarterback Andrew Luck signed in time for training camp.
“Anybody who’s done negotiations knows that you can get close and then remain close for a long period of time,” Irsay said at a news conference announcing the city’s intention to bid for the 2018 Super Bowl, per the Indy Star. “You know, close doesn’t always mean that it’s going to get done the next day.
“But … he’ll be in camp, there is no question that he’ll be signed in time. We’ll be talking this week, and we are talking, and there’s no question that he’ll be signed for the beginning of training camp and ready to go. No doubt about it. We’ve been close, and I think we’ll be able to accomplish the final couple details, and it’s going to get done. No doubt about it.”
With Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III signing today, it should push things along with the Colts and Luck.
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The Indianapolis Colts have signed their No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Luck to a four-year deal with a fifth-year team option worth $22.1 million.
The new deal includes a $14.5 million signing bonus with no offset language.
Colts Owner Jim Irsay tweeteda picture of Luck signing the contract.
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According to reports, the Colts and Andrew Luck agreed to a fully guaranteed four-year, $22.1 million deal. Owner Jim Irsay tweeted a photo of Luck signing the contract.
The Colts and 2012 No. 1 draft pick Andrew Luck completed the final details on a four-year contract worth $22.2 million with a fifth-year club option. Luck enters training camp as the Colts' starting quarterback four months after Peyton Manning was released and signed as a free agent by the Denver Broncos. Luck was a two-time runner-up in Heisman Trophy ballotting during his...
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Quarterback Andrew Luck has signed a four-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts worth $22.1M, according to team beat writer Mike Chappell.
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According to Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, the Colts have signed the first overall pick from this year’s draft, rookie quarterback Andrew Luck.
Once we get more details we’ll update this post.
The Indianapolis Colts signed Andrew Luck to a four-year deal reportedly worth $22.2 million on Thursday. The news of the deal came less than 36 hours after Robert Griffin III inked his deal with the Washington Redskins. Both contracts are fully guaranteed, but Griffin signed his deal first and paved the way for rookie contracts without off-set language for top draft picks in 2012...
The signings of quarterbacks and top two draft choices Andrew Luck of Indianapolis and Washington's Robert Griffin III on consecutive days this week, with neither deal including the so-called "offset language" that was the primary reason for the gridlock at the top of the first round, has prompted the general feeling that the logjam in the stanza will now be broken...
The Indianapolis Colts signed top NFL Draft pick Andrew Luck to a fully-guaranteed four-year, $22 million deal yesterday, ending the suspense that hovered around the team.
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