Indianapolis, IN – Colts owner Jim Irsay took to Twitter once again to address reports of tampering from the Commanders in regards to quarterback Andrew Luck. Irsay, known for his love of guns and the Second Amendment, is not taking kindly to the Commanders attempting to woo away one of his players.
“I’ve got my sights set on you, Commanders,” Irsay tweeted. “You think you can just come in here and try to take my gunslinging quarterback? Not on my watch. We’ve got a great relationship with Andrew and we won’t let anyone put the safety of our team in jeopardy.”
Sources close to Luck say that the tampering attempts from the Commanders have put a strain on his relationship with the Colts organization. “Andrew is feeling caught in the middle of this,” said an unnamed source. “He loves playing for the Colts and has a great relationship with Jim (Irsay), but he also wants to explore his options and see what other teams might have to offer.”
This is not the first time Irsay has used Twitter to voice his opinions on gun control and other political topics. In 2018, he tweeted, “I’m not giving up my guns and I sure as hell ain’t taking a knee during the national anthem. #merica #coltsnation #secondamendment”.
Fans of the Colts are split on Irsay’s tweets and the impact they may have on the team. Some see it as a show of loyalty and dedication to the Colts organization, while others believe it could have damaging effects on player relationships and free agency.
Only time will tell how this situation will play out, but one thing is for sure – Jim Irsay isn’t giving up any of his guns or his star quarterback without a fight.
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