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Height/Weight: 6-4/240 | Birthdate: 9/12/1989 | Birthplace: Washington, DC, USA | Team: Indianapolis | College: Stanford | NFL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 100/96 | Average Draft Position: 36.78
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Colts exercise fifth-year option on QB Andrew Luck


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/9/2015) The Colts announced on Thursday that they have exercised the fifth-year option on quarterback Andrew Luck's rookie contract. 

This puts Luck under contract through the 2016 season. He's entering the fourth year of his rookie deal this season. Since being the top overall pick in the 2012 draft, Luck has started 48 games for the Colts. He led Indianapolis to the AFC Championship this past season. 

In his first three NFL seasons, Luck has completed 1,062 of 1,813 passes for 12,957 yards, 86 touchdowns and 43 interceptions. He's been named to the Pro Bowl in each of his three years. 

Luck threw for 4,761 yards and 40 touchdowns in 2014, which included throwing for over 300 yards consecutively in Weeks 3 through 11. 


Colts in no rush to extend QB Andrew Luck


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) Colts owner Jim Irsay said that there is no sense of urgency at this time to extend quarterback Andrew Luck's contract, per ESPN. He also added that the team will most likely wait until after the 2015 season.

"Andrew still has two years left, and whatever our talks are between Andrew and his people will remain confidential," Irsay said. " ... I really think most likely the scenario is going into the offseason next year is when that second contract will come up. That's the vision I have right now."

The former first overall pick of the Colts in the 2012 draft has thrown for 12,957 yards with 86 touchdowns and 43 interceptions in three seasons. He has also added 905 yards on the ground with 12 rushing touchdowns.


Colts' Irsay says next offseason will likely focus on Andrew Luck


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) With Colts quarterback Andrew Luck establishing himself as one of the league's best quarterbacks, Colts owner Jim Irsay said next year's offseason will likely focus on signing Luck to a long-term deal, reports the team's official website.

Luck was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 draft and has proven to be worthy of his draft status. Luck has two years remaining on the $22 million deal he signed as a rookie. The deal includes a team option for 2016, which must be exercised by May 1.


Colts likely to be 'very proactive' extending 2012 draft class


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/20/2015) The Colts are expected to be "very proactive" in working out long-term extensions for members of the 2012 draft class, CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora repots.

Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is expected to be the first player approached after catching 82 passes for 1,345 yards and seven touchdowns in 2014. Andrew Luck, Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener are three more players who figure to be involved in the team's longterm plans.


Duron Carter: Playing with Luck 'will set my career in motion'


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(2/3/2015) New Colts wideout Duron Carter got his first exposure to Andrew Luck during Pro Bowl practices. Carter's dad, Hall of Fame receiver and ESPN analyst Cris Carter, took Luck with the No. 1 overall pick.

“That was my first time seeing (Luck) and my first time really hearing about him,” Duron Carter told the team's website.

“Even just from my dad, hearing how Andrew handles people in the huddle, and just around the hotel, he’s just a great guy. Just to be a part of that and be around him I think will really help me and set my career in motion, where no one else could.”

Carter, who starred in the CFL the past two seasons, watched the Colts' loss to the Patriots in the AFC title game and thought he could flourish playing with Luck and a receiving corps led by T.Y. Hilton. He noted New England hounded Hilton with multiple defensive backs.

“I’m sitting there watching the playoff game and I said, ‘I felt like I could be out there and I could help in one of those situations,’ Carter said.

“Just on an every-down basis, me being able to go out there, winning one-on-one matchups when it’s called on me. A lot of teams do go man-to-man and pressure Luck, the only way you can beat that, for me, is to win those one-on-one opportunities with T.Y. over there.”

Carter, 23, who bounced from college to college due to off-field issues, realizes he has a golden opportunity. With Reggie Wayne unsure whether he'll return and Hakeem Nicks an unrestricted free agent, Indy could enter 2015 with Hilton, Donte Moncrief and Carter as its top three wideouts.

“It’s always been my dream to play in the NFL,” Carter said.

“Through decisions I made prior when I was younger, I hindered that opportunity. Getting into the CFL that was my motivation the whole time, every play, every snap, every catch, was I wanted to go to the NFL. Now that I’m here, my next goal is to make the Colts roster.”


Colts' Luck on new contract: 'There's nothing there right now'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/26/2015) An ESPN report surfaced last week stating the Colts were working on making quarterback Andrew Luck the highest-paid player in the NFL. When asked about the subject at the Pro Bowl, Luck seemed surprise when he heard the news.

"There's nothing there right now," Luck said, per The Indianapolis Star. "I didn't think about it all during the season and it's only been a few days since it ended. I haven't thought about it. I will have conversations with my agent just because you have to prepare, but I'm not sure where that report came from."

Luck has two years remaining on the $22 million deal he signed as a rookie in 2012. It includes a team option for 2016, which must be exercised later this year.

Luck just completed his third season in the NFL. He has been to the Pro Bowl every year he's been in the NFL. He's gone 11-5 in every season as an NFL starter. He threw for a career-best 40 touchdowns in 2014 and led Indianapolis to the AFC title game this season.


Colts' Andrew Luck considered skipping Pro Bowl


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(1/24/2015) After losing 45-7 to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck admitted he thought about not playing in the Pro Bowl, reports The Indianapolis Star.

Luck felt embarrassed after the championship game and had to think about turning around and playing a week later.

"I mean, it is a privilege, but I am hurting in a sense," Luck said. "But I realize it's an honor to be voted in and the fans really enjoy it. So, I did it."

While Luck was proud of his team for advancing to the championship game, he said this season’s playoff loss was worse than the previous two.

"I think every loss in the playoffs leaves a really, really terrible taste in your mouth," Luck said. "But this one has been worse than the other two because we did get so close. And the way we lost, it was just embarrassing."


Colts' Andrew Luck can't get anything going on Sunday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/18/2015) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck had a rough game on Sunday against the Patriots. 

Luck completed 12 of 33 passes for 126 yards. He did not throw any touchdowns, but did toss two interceptions during the contest. Luck just couldn't get much going against the New England secondary. He misfired on a few of his early attempts, but his receivers also let him down on a number of occasions. When Luck was able to complete passes, it was mostly short gains. He averaged just 3.8 yards per completion. Luck also had four rushes for 18 yards.

Overall, 2014 was a breakout year for the 25-year-old. He threw for 4,761 yards and 40 touchdowns, setting new career-highs. 


Report: Colts plan to make Andrew Luck highest paid player


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(1/18/2015) With Colts quarterback Andrew Luck already breaking Peyton Manning’s franchise-records, the Colts are planning to offer Luck a record-breaking contract, sources told ESPN. The reported contract could make Luck the highest paid player in the league.

Luck was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 draft and has led the Colts to the playoffs in each of his first three seasons. During the 2014 season, Luck threw for 4,761 yards and 40 touchdowns.


Andrew Luck comes up big in playoff victory


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(1/11/2015) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck didn't have one of his better statistical days Sunday against the Broncos, but he made big plays that sent Indianapolis to the AFC Championship Game.

Perhaps Luck's best throw came in the third quarter. On 2nd-and-goal from the 15, Luck stepped up in the pocket to escape the rush and fired a dart to Hakeem Nicks in the end zone, making it 21-10 Indy.

Luck completed 27 of 43 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions. Both picks came on 3rd-and-long and effectively served as punts.

Tight end Dwayne Allen caught Luck's first scoring throw, a 3-yarder in the second quarter. Luck ran twice for 21 yards.

Luck visits the Patriots in next Sunday's AFC Championship Game. In Week 11, Luck threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns with an interception in a 42-20 loss at New England.


Andrew Luck carves up Bengals for 376 passing yards


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(1/4/2015) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck recorded his third straight 300-yard passing game in the postseason in Sunday's 26-10 win over Cincinnati, putting him one shy of Dan Fouts' NFL record set from 1979 to 1981. Luck completed 31 of 44 throws for 376 yards and a touchdown without committing a turnover.

Luck, who added 18 yards on two rushes, could have had several more big plays if not for drops by wideout T.Y. Hilton and tight end Coby Fleener. Luck has more passing yards in his first four playoff games than any quarterback in NFL history.

Midway through the third quarter, Luck made the play of the game. Sidestepping a safety blitz, Luck ran toward the line and, just before crossing it, unleashed a pinpoint 36-yard touchdown to rookie receiver Donte Moncrief.

Luck will visit the Broncos in the divisional playoffs next Sunday. In the season opener, Luck threw for 370 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions in a 31-24 loss at Denver.


Colts QB Andrew Luck done after a sharp first half


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/28/2014) All but assured of the No. 4 playoff seed, the Colts replaced quarterback Andrew Luck with Matt Hasselbeck to start the second half at Tennessee. Luck was sharp in the first half, completing 10 of 16 throws for 160 yards and two touchdowns with no turnovers.

Luck hit Reggie Wayne for 80 yards and threw scoring passes to tight ends Coby Fleener and Jack Doyle, giving him 40 passing touchdowns this year. He's one of eight QBs in NFL history to throw 40 or more in a season.

Luck has more TD passes (86) in the first three years of his career than any QB except for Dan Marino (96). He'll face the loser of the Bengals-Steelers game in the playoffs.


Andrew Luck overtakes Peyton Manning for Colts' passing record


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/28/2014) With an 80-yard completion to Reggie Wayne in the second quarter, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck eclipsed Peyton Manning for the most passing yards in a season in franchise history. The completion gave Luck 4,737 yards, topping the 4,700 Manning threw for in 2010.

Luck opened hot against Tennessee, hitting 8 of 12 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns. That gave him 40 passing scores this season. Manning holds the franchise record with 49 touchdown passes in 2004.


Chuck Pagano: We'll play to win, need to 'build some steam'


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/22/2014) Colts coach Chuck Pagano told the Indianapolis Star his team will play to win Week 17 at Tennessee despite the fact Indy has little to gain in terms of playoff seeding. The Colts will be the No. 3 or No. 4 seed and host a first-round game. They cannot earn a first-round bye.

Pagano said the Colts need to "build some steam" after being embarrassed 42-7 at Dallas on Sunday. Look for quarterback Andrew Luck, top wideout T.Y. Hilton and the rest of the Colts' starters to play until the game is decided.

Vegas sportsbooks installed Indy as a 6.5- or 7-point favorite.


Colts QB Andrew Luck lifted in third quarter of blowout


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/21/2014) Trailing 35-0 in the third quarter at Dallas, the Colts pulled franchise quarterback Andrew Luck and replaced him with Matt Hasselbeck. Luck hit 15 of 22 throws for a career-low 109 yards with two interceptions.

It was Luck's first game without a touchdown this season.

The Colts have wrapped up the AFC South, and don't want to put Luck at further risk of injury. He was hit five times by a fired-up Cowboys' defense.

Luck is scheduled to visit Tennessee in the regular-season finale.


Colts QB Andrew Luck throws two TDs in win vs. Texans


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(12/14/2014) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck completed 18 of his 34 pass attempts for just 187 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in his team's 17-10 win over the Texans in Week 15.

Luck's 5.5 yards-per-attempt mark was his second lowest of the season and lowest since Week 2, but he was able to lead the team to its fourth straight victory and clinch the team's second straight AFC South title. It wasn't a great start for the quarterback, who had his first-quarter interception returned for a touchdown to put the Colts down 7-0, but he bounced back with two second-quarter touchdowns to give his team the lead for good. He also added 18 rushing yards in the game.

Luck is up to 4,492 passing yards with 38 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in addition to 268 rushing yards and three scores on the ground. He faces the Cowboys in Dallas in Week 16 hoping to get into position to land a first-round bye.


Colts QB Andrew Luck explodes late in comeback win


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/7/2014) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck overcame interceptions, a furious pass rush and three drops from veteran wideout Reggie Wayne to lead his team to a harrowing win in Cleveland on Sunday.

Luck threw for 208 yards and two touchdowns in the second half to finish 24 of 53 for 294 yards, two scores and two picks. He engineered a 90-yard drive down the stretch to turn defeat into victory. His 1-yard toss to T.Y. Hilton with 32 seconds remaining proved to be the game-winner.

The afternoon began terribly for Luck, whose 15 yards passing in the first quarter tied a career low. He did score the first touchdown for Indianapolis on a sweet 11-yard scramble in which he made a sharp cut left to elude two Browns and fall into the end zone. But he also took a hit and fumbled near the goal line, resulting in a Cleveland touchdown and tossed a pick-six on his second pass of the third quarter.

Luck will seek greater consistency against visiting Houston in Week 15.


Nothing lucky about Andrew Luck


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/30/2014) It happened in Week 12. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck finally had a game in which he didn't contribute multiple touchdowns -- and against the Jaguars, of all teams. So he made up for it with a season-high five Week 13 against Washington.

What's amazing is he did it on a season-low 27 pass attempts. He just kept turning in big plays, hooking up with tight end Coby Fleener on touchdown passes of 30 and 73 yards and with wide receiver Donte Moncrief on touchdown passes of 48 and 79 yards. His fifth was a 3-yarder to T.Y. Hilton, for what it's worth.

In other words ... same old, same old. If you let any doubt creep into your mind about Luck after his performance last week, hopefully this performance chased it away.


Colts' Andrew Luck throws five touchdowns in Week 14 win


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(11/30/2014) After turning the ball over on the first two possessions, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck settled down to lead the Colts to a 49-27 win over the Redskins.

Luck completed 19 of his 27 pass attempts for 370 yards. Luck’s five touchdown passes were a career high. He also broke Peyton Manning’s franchise record with his 10th 300-yard passing game of the season. Luck threw one interception and lost a fumble, but connected on touchdown passes from 3, 30, 48, 73 and 79 yards. 

The Colts next play at Cleveland Week 14.


Andrew Luck comes up one short of Drew Brees


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(11/23/2014) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck saw his streak of 300-yard passing games end at eight Sunday against the Jaguars. He failed to equal Drew Brees' NFL record of nine, a feat Brees accomplished twice.

Luck completed 21 of 32 throws for 253 yards and a touchdown and ran eight times for 49 yards. Luck was sacked five times, all in the first half, and he fumbled four times, losing two.

After a lackluster first half, Luck got untracked in the third quarter, hitting T.Y. Hilton in stride for a 73-yard touchown. But this marked Luck's first game all season without multiple touchowns.

He'll face the Redskins in Week 13.


Colts QB Andrew Luck throws for 303 yards in Week 11 loss


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(11/17/2014) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck completed 23 of his 39 pass attempts for 303 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in his team's 42-20 loss to the Patriots in Week 11.

On a night in which the Colts were blown out, Luck still managed to deliver a quality performance. His first score came on a 10-yard fade to Hakeem Nicks with less than a minute left in the first half. He added a second touchdown on a one-yard toss to a wide-open Anthony Costanzo, who was eligible on the play with the Colts using a jumbo offensive line.

Luck has now delivered eight straight 300-yard performances and is up to 3,388 passing yards with 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 10 games. He also served as the Colts' leading rusher Sunday, gaining 15 yards on three carries. Luck will be looking for a better result in Week 12 against the Jaguars.


Luck establishing a new baseline


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/4/2014) The general rule for whether or not a player has analysis written about him (as opposed to just a typical performance update) the day or day after he plays is if he departs from his baseline, his expected level of production, in a positive or negative way.

The crazy thing about Andrew Luck this year is that 354 yards and four touchdowns, as he had Week 9 at the Giants, isn't much of a departure.

Yet here I am analyzing him for maybe the last time until his next bad game, assuming he ever has one. He hasn't really this season. He's thrown for at least 300 yards in every game but one, when he had only 172, but even then, he threw for three touchdowns. He's thrown for multiple touchdowns in every game but one, when he had only one, but even then, he ran for a score.

And obviously, three or four scores has been more typical for him than just two. Not even Drew Brees can say that anymore.

Luck has become as good as it gets in Fantasy, as elite as his Colts predecessor, Peyton Manning, and as valuable as a true first-round running back. If you're winning in your league, he's probably the reason why, and I wouldn't expect that to change in the weeks ahead.


Andrew Luck sets career high in TD passes with seven games left


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(11/3/2014) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck threw 23 touchdown passes in each of his first two seasons. After tossing four more Monday night against the Giants, Luck has 26 touchdown throws with seven games remaining.

Luck went over 300 yards for the seventh straight game, completing 25 of 46 throws for 354 yards. He's the first player in NFL history to throw for 350-plus yards in five straight road games. He did not commit a turnover for the second time this season.

This was Luck's fifth career game with four touchdown passes.

Luck caught the Giants napping on his first score. Rushing to the line to avoid a replay challenge on tight end Coby Fleener's bobbling 21-yard catch, Luck found Fleener open for a 32-yard touchdown. Luck threw for three more scores in the third quarter.

Wideout T.Y. Hilton wrestled away a 31-yard touchdown from Giants corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Then Luck connected with wideout Reggie Wayne for a 40-yard score and tight end Dwayne Allen on a 2-yarder.

Luck, who rushed twice for 5 yards, is on a bye Week 10.


Colts QB Andrew Luck has little luck in loss to Steelers


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) It's not often a quarterback throws for 400 yards and two touchdowns and is thoroughly outplayed. But such was the fate of Colts gunslinger Andrew Luck in Pittsburgh on Sunday.

Luck completed 26 of 45 passes for 400 yards and two scores - 122 yards and four touchdowns less than counterpart Ben Roethlisberger. Luck also tossed two interceptions and tripped over the feet of his center to land in the end zone for a critical safety early in the fourth quarter after he had cut the deficit to 42-34.

The Colts quarterback was stymied for most of the first quarter as the Steelers built up their lead. He hit tight end Dwayne Allen for a 21-yard touchdown pass early in the second and added a 31-yard scoring strike to Donte Moncrief late in the third.

Luck will hope for better luck next Monday night against the visiting Giants.


Colts QB Andrew Luck remains on roll in burying Bengals


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) Colts prolific quarterback Andrew Luck didn't need to be lights-out Sunday against Cincinnati with his defense pitching a shutout.

But he was anyway.

Luck finished 27 of 42 for 344 yards, two touchdowns (giving him 19 on the year) and no interceptions in burying the Bengals. It was his fifth consecutive 300-yard performance. Not bad considering he threw for minus-1 yard on the team's first possession.

One of the touchdowns was a touch-lob over a defender to tight end Dwayne Allen that was taken 32 yards into the end zone.

Luck will seek to keep it rolling in Week 8 against the Steelers.