Children's Museum, Riley thank Andrew Luck for his support

Andrew Luck leads a group of children at Riley Health's "Change The Play" camp Monday in Fort Wayne.
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - As the Indianapolis Colts moved on Monday, holding their first practice without quarterback Andrew Luck, the community continued to remember how the now-retired signal caller impacted their organizations.

Luck announced his retirement from the NFL Saturday night after the team's preseason game against Chicago.

He was a major part of the Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Sports Legends Experience.

"We would just invite him to come back anytime he wants," said Jennifer Pace Robinson. "He always has a home here at the Children's Museum and we're so grateful for all he has done for our programs."


Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health tweeted Monday afternoon, thanking Luck for "sharing a passion for a healthy lifestyle and bringing smiles to kids' faces."