Andrew Luck says "guten tag" from Germany

2014-05-16 15:12:05

Join us as Akbar Gbajabiamila catches up with Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck in Munich, Germany to sample some local Bavarian food like jägerschnitzel and spätzle while chatting about growing up overseas, teaching kids American football and his youth soccer skills.


Luck spent nine years abroad as a kid when his father, former NFL quarterback Oliver Luck, became a general manager in the World League of American Football.


Luck was in Germany to promote  NFL Game Pass.  He also came back to check out the sport he loved growing up. Luck learned to play soccer as a kid and his passion for the game is still palpable.


"I've always been impressed by the fluidity of soccer players," Luck says. "Seeing angles and defenders."


But American football remains his first love.


"That's what I play. That's what I do."


And for that, NFL fans say "Danke!"