Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck was the top pick in April's NFL draft and Thursday he signed a 4-year deal, all guaranteed money, with the Indianapolis Colts. Luck is due to start ahead of back up Drew Stanton of Michigan State. Peyton Manning, missing last season by injury, is now with the Denver Broncos and the Colts struggled to a 2-14 record. Luck likely received in excess of $22 million over the length of the contract. The second pick in the draft, quarterback Robert Griffin, the Heisman winner from Baylor, signed a similar four year deal Wednesday with the Washington Redskins.