ANDREW LUCK RUMORS & GOSSIP
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck was once a star at a different kind of fútbol.
The Colts’ Twitter account sent out this picture Thursday of a young Luck playing soccer and it’s awesome.
Soccer was the first organized game Andrew Luck ever played. Nice job #ColtsNation! pic.twitter.com/MPBd4aEdK9
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) March 27, 2015
Look at the vertical!
For this edition of the Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft, a seventh-round compensatory has been awarded, and some of the choices may have changed due to the recent free agent signings.
29th Selection Eddie Goldman (Florida State) Nose Tackle
A huge piece to have on the front of the 3-4 defense, nose tackle Eddie Goldman out of Florida State would be a huge addition on...
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The Indianapolis Colts will obviously lock up Andrew Luck long term at some point.
It won’t happen this year, though.
Jim Irsay puts the issue of Andrew Luck's contract to rest for now. http://t.co/EDvSUOuXia pic.twitter.com/ngWOB6Ap7P
— IndyStar (@indystar) March 24, 2015
Here’s Irsay’s direct quote when asked about extending Luck this offseason:
“Not right now,”...
With two years remaining on his rookie contract, the Indianapolis Colts don’t seem to be in a hurry to sign franchise quarterback Andrew Luck to a lucrative long-term extension.
Colts’ owner Jim Irsay explained the team’s plans regarding Luck’s deal (via ESPN).
Andrew still has two years left, and whatever our talks are between Andrew and his people will remain confidential...
Andrew Luck might be a franchise quarterback, but it appears he's going to have to wait to be paid like one.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay told the Indianapolis Star that the team is in no rush to offer Luck an extension.
"Not right now," Irsay said. "I think that'll be a focus of next offseason that we'll address. Andrew still has two years left, and whatever our talks are...
This will be the first of many mock drafts for the Indianapolis Colts. But with the NFL Combine out of the way, let’s take a look at who the Colts could possibly end up drafting.
29th Selection Jordan Phillips (Oklahoma) Nose Tackle
There are many ways the Colts could go with this selection, but drafting Jordan Phillips out of Oklahoma with this pick would be a win...
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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is not only impressing his own team but also former New York Giants coach Jim Fassel, who had some pretty amazing things to say about Luck while he hosted “The Coaches Show” (via NFL.com).
He’ll go down as the greatest quarterback of all time. The numbers he has already put up as a young quarterback, far superior to anybody else...