Will Colts QB Andrew Luck have to change his car insurance if he doesn’t get a new deal in 2015?
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck told an Indianapolis newspaper that there hasn’t been any progress in talks with the Colts front office for a new deal.
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After conflicting reports that the Colts were eager to reach a new deal with Luck, followed by reports that talks had stalled following the team’s 45-7 loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, The Indianapolis Star heard straight from the horse’s mouth (or in this case the Colt’s mouth) as to the status of contract talks.
“There’s nothing there right now,” Luck told 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 will not allowed to sign a new contract with the Colts until the start of the new league year this coming March, so there is actually plenty of time for a change between now and then. Luckily (giggle) for the Colts, by simply exercising their 5th-year option on Luck’s contract, they can keep him with the team without risk of losing him until the end of the 2016 season.
Since being drafted No. 1 overall in 2012, Luck is the first QB in Colts history to take his team to the playoffs in each of his first three seasons. Luck was 3rd in the NFL in passing yards in 2014 and led the league with 40 TDs.