Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Pro Sports

August 28, 2012

NFL adds Oliver Luck to safety panel

The NFL has selected West Virginia Athletic Director and former professional quarterback Oliver Luck to join the league's player safety advisory panel.

Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday the addition of Luck to the panel which is co-chaired by Pro Football Hall of Famers Ronnie Lott and John Madden.

Luck's son, Andrew, was the No. 1 overall draft choice by the Indianapolis Colts this year.

Oliver Luck was a second-round draft choice out of West Virginia for the Houston Oilers in 1982 and spent five years with the franchise.

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