Veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has worked with many great QBs over his 15-year career, including eventual Hall of Famer Brett Favre in Green Bay. It's safe to say that Hasselbeck - who has himself carved out an impressive career as a signal caller - know greatness when he sees it.

Apparently, he sees such greatness in Colts starting quarterback Andrew Luck.

"[Luck's] got a great sense of when to pull somebody aside, how to deal with coaches, just how he treats everyone around him.

"He's been " that way."

Hasselbeck's quote comes from Mike Chappell of the Indy Star, and it stays consistent with the veteran QB's comments made in March about Luck.

Andrew Luck missed all the Organized Team Activities (OTAs) for the Colts last season because he was fulfilling graduation requirements at Stanford University. This year, he's is participating fully in OTAs, and apparently seems much more comfortable.