INDIANAPOLIS -- Eight games into his rookie season, Andrew Luck has already made it into the NFL's Hall of Fame.
Or at least his jersey has.
The No. 12 shirt worn by Luck during Sunday's record-setting game against Miami arrived in Canton, Ohio, on Wednesday and will be displayed in the Hall of Fame's Pro Football Today Gallery.
Luck threw for 433 yards, a single-game rookie record, and tied Peyton Manning as the only quarterbacks in league history to produce four 300-yard games during their rookie seasons. Luck broke Cam Newton's single-game mark of 432 yards set last year.
If Luck keeps this up, Hall of Fame officials soon will have him on speed dial. The No. 1 draft pick is on pace to set rookie records for completions, yards and attempts.