The Colts essentially are telling Luck to keep it all, even though it is within their rights to reclaim the money.
Luck acknowledged the boos in his farewell press conference shortly after the game, noting it "hurt" to hear the jeers from the hometown fans.
The second thing was that this was no one's decision to make other than Luck. I haven't been able to live the life I want to live. Luck took the Colts to the playoffs as a rookie (on a team that finished 2-14 the year before), went to the playoffs in four of six years, and made one appearance in the AFC Championship Game. "This is not an easy decision".
"It's the hardest decision of my life - but it is the right decision for me".
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He also addressed the boos and was obviously saddened by the reaction from Colts fans. "(Hilton) in the eye, look my teammates, look coach, look Chris (Ballard) and say, I'm all in, ' and he just didn't feel he could do that".
For his career, Andrew Luck completed almost 61 percent of his passing attempts, but he threw at least 12 or more interceptions in five of the six seasons he played.
"We have nothing but gratitude for him going to battle for us", said Irsay, according to Anne Marie Tiernon of WTHR. "Part of our heart is broken tonight".
Andrew Luck Explains Shocking Retirement Decision
Luck, who was the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, chose to hang up his cleats due to a long battle with his injuries. He led the league with 40 touchdown passes in 2014, when Indianapolis lost the AFC Championship Game at New England.
Most assumed it had something to do with Luck's mounting injuries, but there are some who dug a little deeper and came up with a rather interesting theory: that Andrew Luck was headed to the XFL to play for his father, XFL CEO and commissioner Oliver Luck.
"I'm in pain, I'm still in pain". The injury cycle he had fallen into, Luck said on Saturday, simply became too much.
But in March, he suffered a strained left calf, was held out of all of the team's offseason workouts and returned on a limited basis for three practices at training camp in July.
Brissett's first stint wasn't great, with him going 4-11 as a starter in 2017, with 13 touchdowns, seven interceptions and just 193 passing yards per game.
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