Andrew Luck rocked the NFL on Saturday when he confirmed he was retiring.
The 29-year-old, who has battled injuries since entering the league with the Colts in 2012, said at a press conference that his problems had “taken my joy of this game away.”
One of the most hyped quarterbacks to enter the NFL in recent years after being picked first overall in 2012, Luck certainly lived up to the hype when he was able to get on the field.
Here’s a look at Luck’s career in numbers:
171 – The former Stanford Cardinal tossed 171 touchdowns with the Colts. In NFL history, only Aaron Rodgers and Dan Marino threw more in their first 86 regular-season games.
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