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Who caught Andrew Luck's first regular-season completion?

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nope but Donald Brown for a touchdown in the preseason

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I realized I had that game saved to my DVR (it was Luck's first meaningful game), but I deleted it the other day for obvious reasons. If you had asked this question a week ago, I would have been able to help you out. Sorry.

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completion, not TD

And I know who it is because I'm watching the NFL Sunday Ticket Shortcut of the first week :).

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I believe it was Dominique Jones, Avery was first TD

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FTW!

Is Jones even still on the team?

Nope, I don't even think he's on the PS. Weslye Saunders is his replacement.

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Dominique Jones?

Yep, it was 'nique! First play. Couldn't believe he'd go down in history as the 1st completion, knowing he'd probably not be a Colt for more than 2-3 weeks. Avery was 1st TD.

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Avery was his first TD.

The above users have it correct. In the NFL.com game summary, you can see that his first completion was:

(13:08) 12-A.Luck pass short right to 46-D.Jones to CHI 42 for 8 yards (55-L.Briggs).

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