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Pagano writes open letter thanking Indianapolis....

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....  was this posted somewhere and I somehow missed it?    if so, apologies.....


Otherwise,  Pagano wrote a letter to the great people of Indianapolis to say thanks for everything on behalf of he and his family.


It was published in today's (Saturday) Indy Star.


Classy guy....



So glad he did this....   this is the way things are done right.    So glad he's our coach...     :thmup:

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Posted · Hidden by Coltssouth, January 6, 2013 - inappropriate
Hidden by Coltssouth, January 6, 2013 - inappropriate

Wait if a coach gets diagnosed with a terminal illness, does the team pay for the treatment? or does the Coach's insurance company?

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The more you hear from Pagano it's easy to see why Irsay and Grigson felt like he was the right guy for the job.  Pagano is a great man.

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