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Beardless and golden, Andrew Luck was drafted by Colts 10 years ago to be team's savior

INDIANAPOLIS -- He came to the Colts a 22-year-old bookworm trying to fill shoes the size of a football monster named Peyton Manning. He came beardless and golden. As the cameras flashed inside Radio City Music Hall and he smiled beneath his ball cap pulled down low, Andrew Luck told the world he knew exactly what he...
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