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Keep your head held high. Tomorrow may not be as good as today and the next day may be better then tomorrow . Everyday that passes you have taken the next step of beating this .Thoughts and Prayers go out to you and your family in this battle you face.

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You've changed things up here in Indy for the better. You have the respect of the fans, media, players, coaches & front office, and that's not easy to do. Get well and God Speed through this trying time. The hardest part will be these next several weeks and I (we) will be thinking about you and all of the others who are battling cancer.

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Our family has been praying for your recovery and complete remission. God has given you the resources - the doctors and the medicine and your faith and your family - to beat this. We are praying against any infection while you are receiving treatment. I expect you back and ready to go next season. God bless you coach.

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Hi Coach Pagano,

I hope you are feeling good today. We have been riding the AML emotional roller coaster since May 2012 with our son. It was really hard to wrap our minds around the scale of this fight, but you just keep fighting and believing every day. We've gone from jumping out of the chair when the hospital door opens to knowing all of the drugs and anticipating some of the outcomes. Strange learning curve. We try not to get too low with setbacks or too high with good news.

On happier note, my son received his last dose of chemo yesterday. We are now waiting over the next several weeks for his counts to climb. Hopefully he will be allowed to go home the week before Thanksgiving Staying even keel....

Keep up the fight with Faith Family and Friends

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What a hard fought win, and it was all for you Chuck! You mean so much to this city even in the short time you've been here. Your family style approach to this frachise is truly rare and just goes to show the character you have. Your leadership means the world to this team and I pray for the speedy recovery for you and I hope to see you back leading our team when you have won your battle.

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family from Ben in Nashville, TN.

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Coach Pagano. I hope the big win yesterday injected you with some positive energy for your fight with your illness. My prayers are with you to get well soon and for your family to to find the strength to pull you through. I know you can feel the whole Colts family lifting you up and we will continue to do so for the duration. I was praying with a friend who is 2 weeks into her chemo over the weekend and couldn't help but think that despite how awful the disease of cancer is, that it also helps us to remember what is truly important about our lives and we can take this one positive and hold on to it. Get well!

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In life, we sometimes get to see or hear about special people. Through the media and NFL films, we have been exposed to enough of you to know that you are a truly special man. You live your life in a way that inspires others to be better people. Be strong and get well so you can inspire even more. We need you in this world.

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Coach Pagano, everyone who has ever talked about you rave about the special person that you are, besides the coach part!!! To us Colts fans, that matters, and a special person like you deserves every chance he can be given in life to make a long impact on the rest of us!!!

Get well coach, this loyal bunch will be waiting for you when you get back!!! :)

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Coach Pagano, six years ago i was going thru the same battle with cancer in my hometown of santa fe ,new mexico .At the end of six months of going thru chemotherapy,i had to choose either houstons md anderson hospital or indys university hospital,i chose indy because i had similar circumstances as lance armstrong he also went to indy for treatment.My lymphnode disection in my lower back went very well and i am cancer free.I had some weird cravings going thru chemo,i would eat a couple of bowls of cucumbers and bell peppers everyday. I am sure your family is giving 110% support so try to remain upbeat and know that there are thousands of people rooting for you.Since my visit to indy the colts became my football team,i never miss a game so i will root for them on sunday and pray for you daily,get well soon.

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Coach Pagano,

When I heard you were hired as our HC I eagerly waited to watch your press conference. After seeing that I knew you were the guy that was going to lead this team back to greatness. You have lit a fire in this team and in this fan base. That same fire is what will see you through this battle, that same fire will help you lead us back on the field. Colts Nation is behind you 100%. I donated blood at Colts camp and I donated again last Saturday, and I will try my best to donate every chance I get. Before your illness I had no idea just how much blood was needed after Chemo treatments, so I will try to get others to donate as much as possible as well, for you and the countless others that are in need. Take care and get well soon! #ChuckStrong

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I hope you continue to stay strong, Coach Pagano. You are a genuine leader, and your incredible strength is motivation for not just football players, but anyone who listens to your speeches. You Sir have my upmost respect, and I will continue to pray for your well being.

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Posted · Hidden by Coltssouth, November 23, 2012 - Duplicate post
Hidden by Coltssouth, November 23, 2012 - Duplicate post

My chuckstrong blue n white Christmas tree is nearly complete and representing proudly down here in southern Missouri. It's name is Dwight Treeny. Sorry.coach, couldnt come up with anything crafty in your name, lol. Can't wait to attend the titans game on the 9th. Go colts and get well chuck

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Posted · Hidden by Coltssouth, December 11, 2012 - advertising
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I didn't want to post this here but it is somewhat related so I will go ahead with it.

Unfortunately, I will be unable to make my planned trip up to Indy for the season finale at home against the Texans on December 30th. I was looking forward to my first Colts game in Indianapolis, but my work schedule will not allow for me to do so.

It's especially disappointing because our HC Coach Pagano will most likely be on the sidelines for this one..and depending on how things play out the rest of the way we could be playing for the AFC South division crown.

The two tickets I have are in Section 108, row 23 seats 14-15. I'm simply looking to recoup the money I spent on them, as I'm already taking a hit on canceling my flight and hotel. I'm also hoping they go into the hands of Colts' fans and not Texans' fans.

If you are interested in the tickets, please e-mail me at hmercier2006@yahoo.com.

My name is Houston. Thank you.

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