BREAKING: Former Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has "quietly" returned to football after a four-year absence.

In 2019, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck shocked the football world by retiring suddenly at the age of 29.

At Stanford Stadium, fortune favors the favored. There have been persistent speculations ever since his unexpected departure from the climb four years ago.

One of the biggest mysteries in sports history is Andrew Luck's life. This week, he has once again become an internet sensation.

Four-time Pro Bowler Andrew Luck is back in the football world as an assistant coach at Palo Alto High School, just a half mile from his alma mater, Stanford Stadium.

Vikings head coach Dave DeGeronimo said Alex Simon of The Mercury News, "It's great to have someone of that caliber on your staff." Kids really enjoy it.

While at Stanford, the first overall choice in the 2012 NFL Draft was voted Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year twice and a Heisman Trophy finalist once.

Seven years and four Pro Bowl selections later, he retired from the NFL in 2018. A lot more if he hadn't retired, but he seems content with what he has now.

On Tuesday, he turned 34, but for the past six years, Luck has been a member of the Indianapolis Colts, who drafted him first overall in 2012. He threw for 23,671 yards and 171 touchdowns with 83 picks in 86 games for the Colts and was a 53-33 winner.

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