According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has informed team owner Jim Irsay that he will retire. Advertisements
People have another new reason to keep a close eye on Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck this preseason.
Oft-injured Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck made news on Tuesday by doing something he hasn’t done since October (sort of). Throw a football.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck did some wedding crashing over the weekend in Indy. While the Colts quarterback walked around town, he stumbled across a couple taking wedding photos.
The NFL’s effort to save the Pro Bowl continued on Wednesday with the first-ever fantasy draft televised on NFL Network. Hall of Famers Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice played general manager on each side. Thus, instead of using the typical conferenced format, Sanders and Rice were allowed to […]
Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts took another step towards the playoffs with a dramatic come-from-behind win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. The 35-33 win helped put Luck into the record books.
Historic beginning!!!!!!!!!!!!! The legend has begun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) August 12, 2012 How is this for creepiness? The first play of Andrew Luck’s career was a 63-yard touchdown pass to running back Donald Brown on a screen play during Sunday’s 38-3 shellacking of the St. Louis Rams.
If you’re an NFL fan that uses Twitter, consider Colts owner Jim Irsay a must-follow. Your life may not necessarily be enriched but at least Irsay has the common courtesy to tweet music lyrics and crack jokes to keep his audience mildly entertained.
https://twitter.com/#!/FauxJohnMadden/status/153581837342617600 After putting a scare into Indianapolis Colts fans around the country, Indy claimed the number one pick in the 2012 NFL Draft after losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars 19-13 on Sunday.
The road to Andrew Luck got a bit more difficult for the 2-13 Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night. Indy won its second consecutive game with a 19-16 victory over the AFC South champion Houston Texans on Thursday. Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky engineered a game-winning drive late in the […]