Andrew Luck made the shocking decision to retire last month, and the quarterback is certainly young enough that he could take some time off from the game and return at some point in the next few year
Andrew Luck’s original plan regarding his retirement was to hold a press conference on Sunday afternoon to announce the shocking story.
Roughly a week after officially ending his NFL career, Andrew Luck has formally said goodbye to Indianapolis Colts fans.
The Indianapolis Colts have left the door open for Andrew Luck to return to the team if he changes his mind about retirement at any point, but they probably should not be counting on it.
Television networks have been trying to convince Peyton Manning to give broadcasting a try since the second he announced he was retiring from football, but the future Hall of Famer has yet to show an
Andrew Luck may have angered Indianapolis Colts fans by deciding just weeks before the start of the regular season that he no longer wants to play football, but his teammates and coaches have made it
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich is the man who will have to keep things moving smoothly after the abrupt retirement of quarterback Andrew Luck.
Many NFL players have spoken out against Indianapolis Colts fans for booing quarterback Andrew Luck after word leaked of his impending retirement during the team’s preseason game.