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The Colts and the Irsay family will donate $1 to United Way of Central Indiana for every ticket distributed for Sunday's game.

— Kevin Bowen (@KBowenColts)

October 22, 2015

The Colts and the Irsay family will donate $1 to United Way of Central Indiana for every ticket distributed for Sunday's game.

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Those are not the "moves" I was expecting to see when I opened this up... haha

That's a great cause tho!

Would've said "making moves that make the news" but didn't want anyone to have a heart attack thinking another pill incident occurred

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