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Indianapolis Colts quarterback trolls Pat McAfee

No, not Andrew Luck, the other Indianapolis Colts quarterback. Matthew Hasselbeck. Luck has yet to conform to a fast pace society and join Twitter, but Hasselbeck and All-Pro punter Pat McAfee are two of the best to follow on the site. And when McAfee commented on another player, Hasselbeck had to correct him. Except he's Canadian. You may also be interested in: Indianapolis...
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What in the world was Andrew Luck wearing at the Indy 500?

The Indianapolis 500 is the greatest racing spectacle in the world, and if you have never been then it needs to be on your bucket list. Over 500,000 people flock to Indianapolis during Memorial Day weekend every year to partake in festivities at and around the speedway. It is also a time when you will see mean wearing the shortest jorts of your life. Dressing down to the most rediculious...
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A rookie NFL player makes a good first impression

In a league where it is important to stand out when given the chance, a rookie NFL player has made a good first impression with his new team. Who is that rookie? Phillip Dorsett of the Indianapolis Colts has thus far stood out in camp as a rookie and caught the eye of many including franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. In fact, Andrew Luck told‘s Mike Wells about how the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Did NFL's Twitter account troll Patriots with 'PSI' Luck tweet?

So we’re not saying for sure the NFL is trolling the New England Patriots, but like the ongoing Deflategate mess, it’s hard to ignore the evidence. One might have thought the Deflategate nonsense would have died down after this week’s NFL meetings in San Francisco. Patriots owner Robert Kraft surprised everyone when he sheepishly announced his organization would not appeal...
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Colts punter sends wisecrack about Tannehill contract

Conventional wisdom says that if the Miami Dolphins are willing to pony up $96 million for a quarterback of the pedigree of Ryan Tanehill — a decent signal-caller in his own right — the Indianapolis Colts might as well back up a Brink’s truck to Andrew Luck’s front door. Or, the way Indianapolis Colts punter...Read More The post Colts punter: If Tannehill deserves $96M,...
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What the Ryan Tannehill extension means for Andrew Luck

Finally a quarterback from the 2012 class has signed an extension.And while it was not Andrew Luck or Russell Wilson, it still has given us some idea of what we can expect the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks to sign their franchise players to. Tannehill was under contract through 2016, but the Dolphins front office elected to give him $96 million, with $45 million guaranteed...
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Colts Owner Hopeful for Two Super Bowls Under Andrew Luck

The Indianapolis Colts made the excellent (lucky) selection of Andrew Luck with the fist pick in the 2012 NFL draft. In the three seasons that have followed, the quarterback has managed to lead his team to 11 wins and a playoff spot each year. And while these postseason appearances are nice, Colts owner Jim Irsay wants more. He also has faith that they will win at least two championships...
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Andrew Luck to students: 'I'm only 25, I don't have advice'

Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck was invited to participate in a lecture series at DePaul University. When asked if he had any advice to give the assembled crowd of students, Luck, with his dry sense of humor, stated this (via the Indy Star). As far as advice? I’m only 25. I don’t have any advice. Luck was also asked other questions during his appearance...
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April 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Colts pick up Andrew Luck's 2016 option

In less-than-surprising news, the Indianapolis Colts have picked up the 2016 option on quarterback Andrew Luck. Luck, who agreed to a four-year, $22.1 million contract with Indianapolis after being selected No. 1 overall in 2012, is looking for a long-term deal that would make him the highest-paid player in the league. However, it doesn’t appear said extension is on the table...
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April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

What is Andrew Luck?

You know what’s funny? I’ve literally written a book about Peyton Manning’s greatness, and I’m still persona non grata in Indianapolis. I guess that’s what happens when you pick the Tennessee Titans to win the AFC South out of spite, call the Colts a terrible football team days before a divisional round upset and declare Andrew Luck to be the most overrated player in...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

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