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Bucs Nation Apr 23, 2015
Jameis Winston has been praised for his on-field prowess, a lot. His ability to work from the pocket, to throw with anticipation, to read defenses and adjust his offense at the line of scrimmage are at a level you don't see often in college. That's led to more than one comparison to Andrew Luck. And now Greg Bedard got "a high-ranking evaluator from an NFL team" to rank every quarterback prospect over the past few years -- and he ranked Winston just behind Andrew Luck, ahead of every other prospect. You have Luck, who is in his own category. The only guy who compares well to him in the...
Stampede Blue Apr 17, 2015
There has been quite a bit of talk about Andrew Luck's contract extension (or lack thereof), so let's take a look at some of the most common questions that people have been asking. Let's just get this out of the way right now: Andrew Luck isn't going anywhere. He's the Colts' franchise quarterback and will be for the next decade, and there is zero doubt about whether he'll remain in Indianapolis. With that said, however, there are many people who are wondering what is going on with Luck's contract status. The team picked up his fifth-year option recently but haven't yet given him a new...
The Phinsider Apr 11, 2015
Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins made Mike Pouncey the highest paid center in the NFL. DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS: Will Ryan Tannehill follow Andrew Luck with fifth-year option? - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPNRyan Tannehill, like Andrew Luck, has started all three seasons since being drafted. Miami Dolphins backup QB takes life lessons of football to El Salvador | Miami Herald Miami HeraldMcLeod Bethel-Thompson isn't a name many Dolphins fans know. He's a journeyman quarterback whose best (and probably only) chance of making the team...
Steelers Gab Apr 9, 2015
The Steelers today picked up the fifth year option on guard David DeCastro. It’s a move that will keep the 24th overall pick in the 2012 draft with the Steelers through 2017. DeCastro becomes the third 2012 first-rounder to have his option picked up, joining Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram and Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. The guard was on a four-year $7,813,898 deal, according to Spotrac.com. He is set to make $1,030,531 in base salary this season, receive a $325,000 roster bonus and get a $100,000 workout bonus, according to Spotrac.com. His contract counts for $2,486,240...
Stampede Blue Apr 9, 2015
The Indianapolis Colts have picked up the fifth-year option for quarterback Andrew Luck, meaning that he's now under contract with the team through 2016. The Indianapolis Colts today announced a roster update that was as much of a no-brainer as possible: the team has exercised the fifth-year option for quarterback Andrew Luck, meaning that he is now under contract with the Colts through 2016. The fifth-year option is something that is new under the rookie wage scale and is for first round picks, as the team that drafted the player in the first round has the option to add a fifth year to...
Hogs Haven Apr 9, 2015
Will the Redskins use the 5th year option on Robert Griffin III? NFL teams have started to exercise 5th year options for players selected in the 1st round from the 2012 NFL Draft. Three players have reportedly had their option picked up so far, Chargers OLB Melvin Ingram, Steelers OG David DeCastro, and Colts QB Andrew Luck. Andrew Luck is obviously the name that will be interesting to Redskins fans since he will forever be linked to Robert Griffin III due to their draft history. Griffin and Luck were both Heisman Trophy nominees following their last college season, with Robert Griffin...
Denver Post Apr 9, 2015
INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis will use the team's fifth-year option to keep Andrew Luck in town through at least 2016.
Stampede Blue Apr 2, 2015
ESPN recently re-drafted the top ten of the 2012 NFL Draft, and it's not good news for the Colts: while they still wound up with Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton went in the top ten. If you were to ask Colts fans what the best draft pick of the Ryan Grigson era thus far has been, I would almost guarantee that the answer of almost every fan would be either Andrew Luck or T.Y. Hilton. Luck has been the better player, but many would give the nod to Hilton due to the fact that he was drafted in the third round versus Luck being taken first overall. Either way, I would certainly agree that those two...
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