• Colts would prefer no Luck at combine

    February 23, 2012 No comments

    Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is the talk of the town as the NFL Combine begins in Indianapolis.

    Colts fans are eager to see the team’s presumptive first pick throw some balls, but they may not get that chance.

    The Combine is the ultimate job interview for more than 300 top college football prospects headed to the NFL draft.

    Players, coaches, scouts and fans arrived in Indianapolis on Wednesday, filling restaurants and hotels downtown for the big event.

    Athletes take part in drills and are tested mentally and physically as team officials consider which players to take in the draft.

    There have been reports that the Colts don’t want Luck to take part in the Combine and would prefer him to work out at the team’s pro day in March.

    The NFL is picking 250 fans to get an up-close look at workouts inside Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday, the first time there has been fan involvement in the Combine.

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