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    Southern California native, love the beach.
  1. It’s so nice to see you have a great group of young men, clearly, character was important to the Colts franchise. Looks like you have a core of fan favorites in this rookie class. Very comforting, nothing better than to see our guys in good situations!
  2. Julian was a pain in the * when he was at Utah, Pitt did get the better of him a few times though....Colts FO made a good selection when you drafted him, could end up being a big steal.
  3. Pitt is looking like the kid I’ve seen at USC. Doesn’t it take at least a few games (maybe a rookie season) for a WR to develop in the NFL? They can’t all be Megatron....
  4. One last thing to add, before I leave you folks alone, another point for consideration. It takes guts to put yourself out there, face a life long stuttering problem head on by speaking in front of large audiences when so much effort is involved to just speak. Takes guts, and considering the school he chose, in the city it’s in, he took up that challenge before he was even out of HS. Good luck folks, hope our guy is who you were looking for, on and off the field. ✌️
  5. On another topic in this thread....in college the players always spend the night before a game in a hotel. Is it not also protocol in the NFL? We had a player kicked off the team a few years back for sneaking a girl into his room the night before a game at the hotel.
  6. Beat the Jets, but please don’t hurt Sammy.....hopefully, they’ll fire Gase, and trade Sam to a legitimate NFL team.
  7. He managed to get good grades in college, did extensive volunteer work in the community along with all his other student/athlete obligations. I agree with you, character is not a concern, what we don’t know is how successful he’ll be at the NFL level. I do believe he’ll work his tail off to be successful. Kianna is the perfect gf/wife for an athlete, both are level headed young people. They really do have a nice love story.
  8. I would imagine a number of fans don’t know enough about Michael yet, nor did they follow him in college.
  9. Michael and Kianna are really good kids, but I can understand a few people’s concern. Our players are encouraged to engage in social media in college, with support and guidance from our SID with suggestions on how to navigate the media and how to interact with fans. Believe e, they were monitored and advised. By the time they leave, they’re very media savvy. They have to be in a city like L.A., it’s important for the players to engage with the fans, and become good citizens of their new communities and contribute off the field as well.
  10. Give the kid a chance. Although it was an awkward interview, he did very well in face to face interviews and press conferences at USC. The university does not shield them from the L.A. fishbowl media market. They’re groomed for it from their sophomore year on. It says a lot about Mike, and overcoming a speech impediment, that he chose USC knowing the requirement is also to be active And participate in interviews and social media. Don’t let his quiet demeanor off the field fool you, watch his tape. Mike was a 5* recruit, on both sides of the ball. We had another very shy and sof
  11. This is pretty much true. I loved the way he handled his father’s comments, he was respectful of his father’s opinion, while being firm in his response that it was up to him to earn more playing time, and mentioning his injury. It was a mans response, and showed maturity and the ease he had in smoothing the waters. His dad was simply being a good dad, but he did go off Twitter after that comment. Mike will never embarrass the franchise or Colts fans with inappropriate comments or behavior.
  12. Greetings Colt fans! Just dropped by to tell you that the majority of USC fans (we love Pitt), are happy the Colts drafted Mike. Seems like a great fit, so happy for him. No one knows how successful an NFL career will turn out, but I do know, and can say, you chose a hell of a hard worker, high character young man who is very tough and physical. Michael Pittman is no WR diva, he’s a team player, and very focused. I hope he becomes the pro WR on the field, as he is off the field as a person and leader. why does your color have to be blue? Lol.
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