Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has retired at the age of 29. The former #1 overall pick in 2012 has been battling injuries for the past couple seasons. Despite this, the news of Luck’s retirement is a shock to many. The signal caller gave no indication that this was even a possibility. Luck will have to pay back $12M in signing bonus money due to his decision.
Luck came out from Stanford as the top pick with major expectations. Luck was brought into Indy as the replacement to Peyton Manning. Luck led Indy to the postseason four times, but never made it to the Super Bowl. He threw 171 career TDs to go along with 83 INTs and four Pro Bowl selections.