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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Report: TV networks interested in hiring Andrew Luck as analyst

Andrew Luck

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 any real interest in that line of work. Will the same be true of his successor?

Network executives told Andrew Marchand of the New York Post that they would have interest in hiring Andrew Luck as an NFL analyst if the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback wanted to pursue a career in broadcasting. However, there is “pessimism” that Luck is open to that at this time.

Luck spoke in his retirement press conference about how injuries and rehab took a toll on him mentally and physically, so he may want to take at least a year to relax and enjoy time with his family. He is still just 29, however, so nothing should be ruled out in the coming years.

There will be no shortage of career possibilities for Luck after football, as he also has a degree in architectural design from Stanford. While he probably won’t pursue the avenue Jerry Jones is hoping he will take, Luck is almost certain to be successful in anything he does.



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