Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck on rookie year

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Colts star Luck on rookie year

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck talks to BBC Radio 5 live's Colin Murray about a successful rookie year and remembers his time at the American School in London.

Luck, who was selected with the first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, won 11 games in his first season at the professional level and took his team to the play-offs where they were eliminated by eventual Super Bowl winners the Baltimore Ravens.

He spent his formative years following his father's work in Europe and supports Tottenham Hotspur on account of their US players Clint Dempsey and Brad Friedel.

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