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Pagano Story-A Source of Strength

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ESPN.com has a story on Pagano, the Colts and his battle with cancer

 

 

 

 

 

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ESPN.com has a story on Pagano, the Colts and his battle with cancer

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks, I'll look for it.

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One of the best stories I've read in months. 

 

I recommend EVERYBODY read it!

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Awesome story.

 

I can't wait for him to come back and lead the team. 

 

He certainly has the respect of everybody in the organization, and the league.

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Very heartwarming article. Truly inspirational and a great read. Even under difficult times its best to keep your head up and stay positive. Stay Chuckstrong!!!

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Wow awesome story !!!  God Bless Coach Pagano and can't wait to see him back on the sidelines again   :blueshoe:

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