Booing players at a game is expected when it’s an opposing player, but booing a franchise player who’s looking out for his health is downright absurd.
On Saturday night, word came through to the fans at Lucas Oil Stadium that Andrew Luck would never play in front of them again after he decided to retire and not deal with injuries any longer.
After the game, fans decided to show their anger by booing him off the field. Something Richard Sherman did not appreciate.
The former teammate of Luck at Stanford took to Twitter and blasted those fans and called them “disgraceful.”
Colts fans have never been seen as a a fan base that causes a lot of controversies, but this one might stick with them for quite some time.