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Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck Fantasy

#12 QB
Height / Weight
6'4" / 234 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 12, 1989 (31)
8th Season
2012 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 1 (IND)

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Andrew Luck News

Colts Don't Expect Andrew Luck To Come Out Of Retirement

Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard said that Andrew Luck isn't coming out of retirement. "Andrew is retired," Ballard said. "I think we all need to accept that. Thats where hes at. Hes retired. ... Do I talk to Andrew? Yes I do. Havent talked to him here in a few weeks. Im sure hes been busy being a father." Without Luck in 2019, Indy finished 7-9 with Jacoby Brissett under center. Brissett started the year strong but crumbled down the stretch with his top receiver, T.Y. Hilton, injured. Brissett threw just two touchdowns and lost two fumbles in the final four games. Ballard said the jury is still out on Brissett heading into 2020, and he's become a mediocre QB2 with limited upside in this run-first offense.

Jan. 2nd • 4:50 PM
Andrew Luck Tells Colts He's Retiring From The NFL

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has informed the team that he intends to retire from the NFL, citing that the mental aspects of the game have worn him down. Luck's dealt with a variety of injuries over the past few seasons and was already looking like he'd miss the start of the 2019 season with a leg injury, but to see a player with Luck's skill call it quits before the age of 30 is a huge shock. Jacoby Brissett is Indianapolis' starting quarterback now, and while he's got the potential to be a top-20 fantasy quarterback, you can go ahead and downgrade this entire offense from a fantasy perspective. Running back Marlon Mack is likely the least affected, but TY Hilton's value falls tremendously as he's struggled when a quarterback who wasn't Luck has been throwing the ball.

Aug. 24th • 9:42 PM
Andrew Luck Won't Practice This Week

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that quarterback Andrew Luck (ankle) won't practice this week. The issue remains a matter of "full-speed movement versus pain threshold." The Colts ideally will want to know Luck's status for Week 1 by next Monday. Indy is quietly optimistic that Luck will be ready to face the Chargers, but fantasy owners should be much more skeptical. He's RotoBaller's No. 4 fantasy QB currently, but the longer he remains off the field, the more cautious fantasy owners will be not to take him as their QB1 in the early rounds. Luck's injury could end up making him a nice value if he doesn't miss any games, however. If he's not ready for Week 1, Jacoby Brissett would jump in under center.

Aug. 20th • 2:18 PM

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