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    Colts QB Andrew Luck informs team he is retiring

    By Around The NFL staff
    Published: Aug. 24, 2019 at 09:36 p.m.

    Andrew Luck's latest injury saga has reached an unexpected conclusion.

    The Indianapolis Colts quarterback has informed the team is retiring from the NFL, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per source.

  • #2
    Hard to blame him with all the injury issues. Great football player, he'll be missed.


    • #3
      I have always admired Luck.....watched him play in college. He has been a tremendous player/ Good luck to him.


      • #4
        Always a lesson to be learned... A first round QB who plays like a 1st rounder and you don't build around him an OL. And why is this constantly happening? Rams had M. Bulger not a bag QB but because of a really poor OL he became gun shy from all the hits.

        Luck isn't gun shy, just beat up. In this pass-happy NFL with all the rules slanted toward the offense and the passing game, this sort of thing should be a thing of the past


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