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Sweet. I was wondering when they would get married. They have been engaged for awhile. I imagine his injuries he had to rehab the last couple of years postponed in.

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The fact that we are finding out after the fact, via an article in the Indy Star (and not Instagram or Twitter or FB) is so AL, I just love that guy. Congrats Andrew and Nicole!!! Enjoy the off season to the full. 

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...do we have to have the talk about the night before the 2020 Super Bowl?

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I believe they have been together since college. I think it’s cool they got married in her parents country.

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WOW! Congratulations Andrew!!! Can’t wait to read the next Capt. Andrew Luck post, ought to be a good one!

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It was always weird to me that they weren’t married years ago when he got into the NFL. 

 

Not a bad weird, btw. Just thoughts of “I wonder what they (he?) is waiting for.”

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Jdubu said:

There goes 50% of his assets lol. 

 

I'm sure his flip-phone and neck-beard are protected by a pre-nup.

 

But if not, what is the approximate worth of half a flip-phone and half a neck-beard?

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4 minutes ago, CamMo said:

It was always weird to me that they weren’t married years ago when he got into the NFL. 

 

Not a bad weird, btw. Just thoughts of “I wonder what they (he?) is waiting for.”

 

 

My guess is they were planning on the last few years and he ended up having all these injuries to rehab on the offseason. 

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27 minutes ago, Valpo2004 said:

Was wondering when he was going to tie the knot.

 

Iron-clad pre-nup buddy. A mans best friend :thmup:

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Being married, he may start spending more time in the film room now. :peek:

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14 minutes ago, CamMo said:

It was always weird to me that they weren’t married years ago when he got into the NFL. 

 

Not a bad weird, btw. Just thoughts of “I wonder what they (he?) is waiting for.”

 

 

 

Yeah, I was with my wife for a year before we got engaged and our engagement was another year long.  

 

They have probably been together for 8 or 9 at this point.

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Very nice. Congrats to Andrew and his wife. He married a woman from NJ. :thmup:

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1 hour ago, Chloe6124 said:

I believe they have been together since college. I think it’s cool they got married in her parents country.

 

You’re correct.   She was on the Stanford gymnastics team.   Been together ever since.

 

ADD:   Nicole also has a degree in architecture, like Andrew does.   But, oddly enough,  currently works as a field producer for ESPN and NBC Sports.

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1 hour ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

I'm not gonna say "woman weaken legs" :lol:

 

Congratulations good sir!

 

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7 hours ago, Jdubu said:

There goes 50% of his assets lol. 

 

That was very Murphy-esque.

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4 hours ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Very nice, married his college sweat heart. The 1st of many rings to come :thmup:

 

Marriage is a 3-ring circus:

1.  Engagement ring

2.  Wedding ring

3.  Suffering

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12 minutes ago, BluHorzhu said:

 

Marriage is a 3-ring circus:

1.  Engagement ring

2.  Wedding ring

3.  Suffering

I can think of a few more ings marriage brings haha

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Congrats to the happy couple!  Was wondering if they were even still a thing.  Did not know she was from Czech.  Very cool that they were able to do this with her family present.

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Roger Goodell called and said he wanted Luck to get married this year because Indy is gonna win the Super Bowl and he needed a narrative to go with it.  Now that they changed the interference rule the refs Determine the outcome.  Right, Richard Sherman? 

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Sure a lot of negativity about marriage on here.

 

Congrats, Andrew. May you two make it through the rough times, and celebrate till a ripe ole age.  

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Sounds like a very good match. Best to both!

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He's got that Body Armor money now. He can afford to get married and start a family.

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Wishing her the "best of Luck" on her wedding night.

 

If he got Lucky on his wedding night, there might be a little Luck on the way.

 

Hopefully Little Luck is a good Luck and not a bad Luck.

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1 hour ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

Wishing her the "best of Luck" on her wedding night.

 

If he got Lucky on his wedding night, there might be a little Luck on the way.

 

Hopefully Little Luck is a good Luck and not a bad Luck.

Good Luck with that.

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2 hours ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

Wishing her the "best of Luck" on her wedding night.

 

If he got Lucky on his wedding night, there might be a little Luck on the way.

 

Hopefully Little Luck is a good Luck and not a bad Luck.

 

You know she hears "who's the lucky guy?" line ALL the time. 

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3 hours ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

Wishing her the "best of Luck" on her wedding night.

 

If he got Lucky on his wedding night, there might be a little Luck on the way.

 

Hopefully Little Luck is a good Luck and not a bad Luck.

Good one!

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