"He's done great things, and I think he's brought me in here to be that ... effective player for him."
Ebron never could put it all together in Detroit, mixing flashes of playmaking ability with untimely drops and mental mistakes. He is one year removed, however, from a 700-yard campaign that made him a popular breakout candidate last offseason.
Now that he has Reich and Luck in his corner, Ebron has found a new level of confidence in Indianapolis.
"When Andrew Luck is healthy, he is one of the most dominant quarterbacks in this league," Ebron added. "So I just look forward to playing with him. And whenever he gets healthy, I'll just tell him, I'm 7-11, man. I'm always open, so just find me."