Colts rookie quarterback Andrew Luck is headed for Hawaii.
Luck was selected Monday to play in Sunday's Pro Bowl in Honolulu. He replaces New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who withdrew from the game due to injury.
The rookie from Stanford led the Colts to an 11-5 regular season and an AFC Wild Card berth. Indianapolis lost at AFC Champion Baltimore in the first round of the playoffs.
Luck threw for an NFL rookie record 4,374 yards, which included six 300-yard passing games and he set the rookie mark for passing yards in a single game when he threw for 433 yards in a win over Miami.
He will join teammates Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis in the Pro Bowl. Wayne is making his sixth career appearance while Mathis is recording his fifth selection.
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