Just breaking by Adam Shefner and the multiple reporters Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has decided to retire from the National Football League
Andrew Luck was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 2012 and has played with the Colts for the past 7 seasons. Luck was drafted by the Colts to replace Peyton Manning who was released by the Colts and signed with the Denver Broncos.
In his 7 year career he has started 86 games. In those 86 game, He has completed 60 percent of his passes. 23,671 total yards, 171 touchdowns, 83 touchdowns, and 174 sacks.
During his retirement press conference, he said that he was tired of recovering from injury and during his time away from the game, lost interest in football because it was starting not to be fun for him. Not only that he recently got married and his first child is on the way. We here at SportsRants wish him and his family all the best after his career.