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Andrew Luck on shoulder: 'No reason to be sullen or morose,' runs Change The Play camp

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Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck shares his love of football with kids during Change the Play Camp at the Colts Complex.
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INDIANAPOLIS — When Andrew Luck was a kid, meeting a high school athlete was a big deal to him. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback watched how they acted and what they did.

Imagine if he got to meet college and professional athletes. Luck gives Indiana children that opportunity every summer as he teams up with Riley Children’s Hospital at IU Health for the Change The Play program. The final event of 2017 was Tuesday at the Colts’ practice facility. 

“This is our office,” Luck said to the campers. “This is where we work every day.”

He said athletes are role models and have a platform. So he, along with athletes from University of Indianapolis, IUPUI and a few fellow Colts, used that platform…

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