The Athletic's Newest Podcast Digs Into Former Notable Quarterback Andrew Luck

The podcast is about how the quarterback ended up retiring before 30

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This week, The New York Times-owned sports site The Athletic released a six-part podcast series, exploring the short-lived NFL career of one of the league’s most notable quarterbacks, Andrew Luck.

As one of the biggest “what ifs” in NFL history, the series investigates why one of the most exceptional football prospects retired from the game before 30, as well as looking into the athlete’s upbringing.

The show is hosted by longtime Indiana Colts beat writer for the Athletic, Zak Keefer—and includes voices from interviews with Stanford coach David Shaw, former Indiana Colts coach Tony Dungy and Heisman winner Robert Griffin III.

All six episodes are available on The Athletic’s site and across audio streaming platforms like Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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