The number of people weighing in on the sudden retirement of Andrew Luck continues. Most feel that he gave up too easily and injuries were a shallow reason. At 29, most feel that he still had a long way to go. Hence, it will be interesting if this shock retirement would be permanent or something temporary.

The likes of NFL players like Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers have aired their side on Lucks decision. Both shared almost the same sentiments, believing it was Luck's call to make. Rodgers, however, mentioned on Sirius XM's "Mad Dog Sports Radio" that news leaks were a bit disgusting because it was a time when a guy was making a life decision.

"Well, the surprise was obviously the first emotion,” Rodgers said. "But I think the second is a little disgust, maybe, at the way that it was handled. Him getting booed, the word leaking out the way that it did, I thought that was a little disgusting because here's a guy who's making a quality of life decision.”

The latest to react to Luck's retirement is Robert Griffin III. RG3 was drafted only second to Luck during the 2012 NFL Draft and both almost became teammates at Stanford University. Jim Harbaugh was pondering on a two-quarterback system at the time.

Ironically, Griffin has not been spared from injuries too. He had to deal with ACL and LCL ligament injuries on his right knee. Last month, RG3 suffered a fractured thumb that would keep him out for 4 to 8 weeks.

When asked on his take, Griffin said that it took a lot of courage for Luck to retire from the NFL. As far as possibly returning to active duty, RG3 believes that it is possible the Luck could change his mind when he was asked to weigh in on it during a chat on ESPN's "First Take."

"You know, he's 29 [years old]. Still got a lot of years of football left. I want to play until I'm 45, so he's got a long time to contemplate that decision, but at the same time, right now, he says he's done so you gotta take a man for his word and let him go enjoy his life with his family," he said.

Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III was rewarded with a two-year contract extension by the Baltimore Ravens for his guidance to Lamar Jackson. Robert Griffin III #3 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates after throwing a touchdown pass against the Los Angeles Rams in the second half during a preseason game at M&T Bank Stadium on August 9, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. Getty Images/Patrick Smith