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Colts quarterback Andrew Luck retires, in all-time NFL stunner


Andrew Luck watched one last game from the sideline Saturday, then said goodbye to the NFL. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback heard boos as he walked away from the field, then walked to the podium and made the surprise decision official. The oft-injured star is retiring at age 29. Luck said injuries, pain, and continual rehab took away his love for the game. (Associated Press)

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