Oliver Luck joins NFL Player Safety Advisory Panel

Father of Colts QB Andrew spent five years in NFL himself. Terry McCormick

Print This August 28, 2012, 05:45 PM EST

Oliver Luck has been named to the NFL 's Player Safety Advisory Panel, Commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Tuesday.

Luck is the father of Indianapolis Colts rookie quarterback Andrew Luck, the first pick in last April's draft, and spent five years in the league himself after being a second-round pick of the Houston Oilers in 1982.

The Player Safety Advisory Panel is co-chaired by Hall of Fame safety Ronnie Lott and Hall of Fame coach John Madden.

“It is a real honor to have been asked to participate as a member of the NFL Player Safety Advisory Panel,” Oliver Luck sad. “I would like to thank the co-chairs, John Madden and Ronnie Lott, for the opportunity, and I look forward to making a positive contribution to the work of the panel.”

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