How Much Money Andrew Luck Is Giving Up By Retiring


ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing an unnamed source, tweeted Saturday that the former No. 1 overall pick has informed the Colts of his plans and there will be a news conference Sunday to make it official.

Following the game, Luck held an emotional press conference where he at times fought back tears.

Recently, Luck has been plagued by a string of injuries. Not wanting to re-live the 2016 season - one in which he played through huge pain in his shoulder - Luck said he came to the conclusion that it was time to step away from the game.

In all likelihood, the Steelers have one less AFC North team to worry about this season, as the Colts prepare for life without Andrew Luck.

"I feel like he's one of the quote-un-quote swaggiest kickers I've ever seen", Amukamara said.

He finished second in the National Football League for touchdown passes and led the Colts into the playoffs for the first time since 2014.

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That includes a shoulder injury that required surgery, leading him to miss the entire 2017 season, and a lower leg issue that kept him out of action this pre-season.

This is the last thing Andrew Luck will remember you for.

Brissett, who was selected by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 2016 National Football League draft, led the Colts in 2017 while Luck was recovering from shoulder surgery.

Instead, Pineiro can confidently head into his final preseason game with the Bears thinking it may not be his last in the team's uniform. "I love this team, I love my teammates". "And going forward we have nothing but gratitude for him going to battle with us". While it's certainly not the way he wanted to go out, Luck doesn't have any ill-will toward the game itself. He threw for 39 touchdowns and 4,593 yards, which were both second best in his career. The Stanford University alum played 86 regular-season games, producing 23,671 passing yards, 171 passing touchdowns and 83 interceptions.

Chad Kelly led the Colts to all three of their scores and was 16 of 21 with 209 yards and one touchdown - all in the first half.