The NFL spotlight returned to Indianapolis this weekend as the league’s scouting combine showcased hopefuls for April’s draft. As questions linger over the future of Colts’ quarterback Peyton Manning, former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck displayed some of his skills for the first time at Lucas Oil Stadium. Luck skipped throwing drills on Sunday but remains the most obvious alternative to Manning if the Colts decline their current quarterbacks $28 million dollar option and take the Stanford star with the No. 1 overall pick.
Wrapping up this weekend’s event, here are the best stories from the 2012 combine:
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