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Luck says it’s part of players’ “obligation” to play hard at Pro Bowl
profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 24, 2013
The guy who used to be the quarterback of the Colts has implored Pro Bowl players to play hard this year. The guy who currently is the quarterback of the Colts agrees. “I guess some folks weren’t happy with the play last year, but I think guys willShare Tweet
Indiana’s Other Secret Weapon Is Lance Stephensondimemag.com Jan 24, 2013Into the Indiana vacuum left by Danny Granger‘s knee injury has stepped Paul George, a player whose ascension and fit have been so fast and so seamless he’s drawn many an endorsement to be an All-Star reserve (Dime has, too). George can leave you withShare Tweetindystar.com Jan 24, 2013Luck passed for an NFL rookie record 4,374 yards this season and was elected the AFC's first alternate at quarterback. When New England's Tom Brady dropped out with an unspecified injury, Luck became the first rookie Colts quarterback to earn a Pro Bowl…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 24, 2013If the 49ers beat the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, folks in Baltimore have another reason to hate the team that left in the middle of the night nearly 29 years ago. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick plays for the 49ers in part because Colts quarterback Andrew…Share Tweet
Colts owner sent $8,500 to a fan who guessed the correct Ravens-Pats scoreyahoo.com Jan 24, 2013The NFL is the No Fun League, which means Jim Irsay's days in it are probably numbered. But he'll make it a fun ride as long as he's around. This past Sunday on Twitter, Irsay, the owner of the Colts, made his followers an offer: first to reply getting …Share Tweetjacksonville.com Jan 24, 2013MOBILE, ALA. - The standard for this year’s rookie quarterbacks was set by Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, the top two overall picks in 2012 who led the Colts and Redskins to the postseason. But they weren’t the only instant success stories, somShare Tweet