INDIANAPOLIS — It turns out Andrew Luck's season did not end last Saturday in Kansas City.
The Colts quarterback has been selected to the NFL Pro Bowl which takes place Jan. 27 in Orlando.
Luck is in because Philip Rivers is out.
The San Diego Chargers quarterback is injured and won't be able to play.
This is Luck's fourth Pro Bowl selection and it caps an impressive comeback.
After missing the 2017 season with a shoulder injury, Luck played all 16 games and two playoff games this season, leading the Colts to an 11-7 record.
He completed 67-percent of his passes and threw for 39 touchdowns.
Luck's 430 completions were a career best.
A couple of teammates will be with Luck in Orlando.
Tight end Eric Ebron and center/guard Quenton Nelson were named to the Pro Bowl in December.MORE TOP STORIES|
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