Colts QB partners with local children's hospital
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Andrew Luck is teaming up with an Indianapolis landmark — Riley Hospital for Children — in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles for Indiana's children.
Together, they plan to design a new program that will encourage children to make better choices when it comes to physical fitness, nutrition and education. The program, called "Change the Play," will provide children with more information and tools to make healthier decisions will be unveiled later Tuesday.
Luck understands the importance of good role models and points to his parents as his inspiration for becoming physically fit and mentally active.
He hopes this program helps Indiana's children make the same choices.
Indianapolis selected Luck with the No. 1 overall draft choice and is 4-3 behind their new franchise quarterback.
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