Andrew Luck is a former NFL quarterback who played for the Indianapolis Colts. He played college football for Stanford, where he earned the Maxwell Award and the Walter Camp Award. In 2012, he was selected first overall by the Colts in the NFL Draft.
During his rookie season, Luck set records for most passing yards in a season and game. He went on to lead his team to two consecutive division titles and to the 2014 AFC Championship Game. Injuries sidelined Luck in 2017, but he returned the following year and was named the Comeback Player of the Year. He retired from the NFL in August 2019.
In 2022, Andrew Luck will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
- Full Name: Andrew Austen Luck
- Team: Indianapolis Colts
- Birthday: Sept. 12, 1989
- Position: Quarterback
- Height: 6’4″
- Accomplishments: four-time Pro-Bowler; AP Comeback Player of the Year (2018), PFWA Comeback Player of the Year (2018); Walter Camp Award; Maxwell Award; College Football Hall of Fame (2022)
- Drafted: Selected first overall by the Colts in 2012
- Retired: August 2019
- Throwing hand: Right
- Net Worth: $40 million
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