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The Colts Might Sign An Icelandic Weightlifter Who Makes Arnold Schwarzenegger Look Like A Regular-Sized Human
How big is the starting nose tackle for your favorite NFL team? Pretty big, right? Over six feet tall, over 300 pounds, something like that? Whatever. He might as well be an easily frightened child in the presence of Hafthor Bjornsson, the 6’9”, 419-pound behemoth that the Colts might sign, according to owner Jim Irsay.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano public battle to win the fight against Leukemia has been a very public one, as has his support from the league and its players, not to mention Indianapolis. Today, Pagano showed his appreciation for the city of Indianapolis by publishing an open letter to the city in the Indy Star.
The Indianapolis Colts, at 11-5, have made the playoffs as the 5th seed and will travel to Baltimore next weekend for its first playoff game under the new regime. On Sunday, Chuck Pagano, who has battled leukemia this season, returned to coach for the first time since Week 3. The Colts defeated the Texans 28-16, and everyone danced in celebration. Including Pagano, whose pure joy forgives his otherwise poor dancing skills.
When Colts coach Chuck Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia in September, the news stunned the NFL. Fortunately, the only stunning thing since then is how quickly he’s recovered. He’s back with the Colts now, and earlier today held a press conference where he discussed his return. See his emotional opening remarks after the jump.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano has been medically cleared to return to coaching after battling leukemia. While this is great news for Pagano, it could present an awkward situation in Indianapolis should the team regress once he takes over the reins again.
Andrew Luck is just a rookie, but he’s already making plays of legend like a seasoned veteran. He made one such play today against the Detroit Lions, leading the Indianapolis Colts back from nine down in the last three minutes to score the game-winning touchdown with no time left on the clock.
Several Colts players have elected to have their heads shaved in solidarity with their owner Chuck Pagano, who is currently recovering from leukemia. Apparently, a couple of cheerleaders are joining the cause.
What Happened Last Night: The Colts Stayed On A Roll, Jaguars Fans Were Sad, And Kevin Durant Saved The Thunder
It was a night for young guys. College football. A rookie NFL quarterback. Kevin Durant (yeah, feels like he’s been around forever already, but he just turned 24 in September – he’s only a year older than Luck). Pity you missed it all. As usual, though, we’ve got you covered – let’s get down to our morning business and take a look at last night’s action. As always, you’re welcome.
The Colts’ unexpected, star-rookie-QB-led emergence – happening while their new head coach is recovering from cancer – is shaping up as one of the stories of the NFL season, and just about everything the team has done lately makes it harder not to root for them.