Conflicting reports on Luck choosing agent

January 4, 2012, 8:33 pm
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Andrew Luck has selected agent David Dunn to represent him, according to a report from ESPN. However, his father Oliver Luck, in a follow-up to the original news, has indicated no decision has been made.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen said Wednesday afternoon on the show "NFL 32" that following his retweet of a Twitter post by an ESPN employee, he received a call from Luck's father who said the information was erroneous.

Also, Sports Illustrated's Peter King posted the following on Twitter, contradicting the ESPN report:
"Additionally, I'm told that not only does David Dunn not represent Andrew Luck, but he's never spoken to Luck."

Dunn reportedly also has signed Boise State QB Kellen Moore and Arizona signal-caller Nick Foles.

Dunn's agency, Athletes First, also represents former Stanford star and current Minnesota Viking Toby Gerhart.

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