INDIANAPOLIS — "But you guys have seen him work over the last 12 weeks and you know him as a person and as a coach and I would just tell him that you’re getting, or if you’re interested in a guy you’re getting a guy that’s a great leader, a great football coach, a great man, and if that happened you’d be getting a great football coach. Again, certainly we don’t want to lose Bruce, we can’t lose Bruce. So we’ll just cross that bridge when it comes.”
When asked Wednesday what he would tell teams about Arians should he be asked, rookie quarterback Andrew Luck offered a succinct reply. “Terrible things. Terrible, terrible things [laughing]," Luck said. He wants Arians to remain in Indianapolis.