"I had to take her down like Chris Brown."
Yes, it was pain killers prescribed to treat a severe back problem.
Irsay has been hands on for almost the entire time he has taken over the team from his father. Where some of you get the opposite opinion is beyond me. A daughter is heavily involved in the family business as well, and has earned respect not through her former last name, but due to her hard-working nature and fast growing education within her specialties.
The article above contained a nice piece about a woman who called Irsay by mistake to report that she would not be in to work that day... and about Irsay assisting the family from time to time.
There are many movers and shakers throughout Indianapolis that do good deeds that you will never read about. Buying fully equipped vans for paraplegics and quadraplegics. Providing free transportation to New York, Houston and Minneapolis hospitals to enable specialty treatments for local citizens afflicted with terrible illnesses. And, even providing last minute wishes and free transportation for families anywhere they wish to go.... throughout the entire world.
Irsay is such a person. He should be appreciated and respected well beyond the lines of a football field.
Last edited by presto123; 11-10-2011 at 07:34 PM.
Yep I agree with this but I thought he was referring to them not the other two guys.
And while Polian was a good GM once his time has passed. It happens to them all.
The Colts can only bounce back from this if they clean out the front office and coaching staff entirely.
Not as easy to add en mass as new coaching staff, but have to start now and have to get more creative - hopefully - in approaches to acquiring them.
I'd rather die standing up than live on my knees.
Man that 2007 class stinks.
You, Never? Did the Kenosha Kid?
Yeah it's just putrid. And that bum Tony Ugoh cost us our first round pick in 08. So the stench of the 07 draft unfortunately wasn't just contained to 2007.