Andrew Luck is totally unrecognizable, as the former Indianapolis Colts and Stanford Cardinal quarterback lost so much weight in retirement.
People saw the skinny 30-year-old dad-looking man on ESPN right before kickoff. It was Andrew Luck.
Since his abrupt retirement from football just before the 2019 NFL season, Luck has been completely absent from the media spotlight. The College Football Hall of Fame just elected Luck, a former quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts as well as the Stanford Cardinal. Look at who was there for the national championship game between Alabama & Georgia, which took place in Indianapolis, his adopted hometown.
This is what naturally lean people look like after they lift weights and pump protein shakes. Joe Thomas won the lottery, now didn’t he?
Andrew Luck is virtually unrecognizable during the national championship game
Luck, who was 29 years old, retired from football after his short but spectacular NFL career with the Colts. Luck loved to compete but the mental strain of going through rehab after rehab was too much.
Although he was a very likeable person, Luck never became a lightning rod for media attention and didn’t seek the attention that comes with being the best quarterback in his grade.
Luck has more money than he could ever imagine and can live in anonymity for the rest of his life, if he chooses.
Even though Luck was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame, and the national championship was being held at Lucas Oil Stadium it was still quite shocking to see him on film.
Luck is remembered as a great college quarterback and a tremendous talent at the NFL.
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