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Really good stuff from the Colts crew with these insider stories on the players and the team. It makes being a fan that much more personal and easier to support the team. 

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He’s easily one of my favorite players and has my favorite celly 

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Kenny's obviously a great human. Thrilled to see him excelling. Go Kenny!

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12 hours ago, Behle said:

Really good stuff from the Colts crew with these insider stories on the players and the team. It makes being a fan that much more personal and easier to support the team. 


Exactly.  We get to learn about our players as human beings, where they come from and a glimpse of what motivates them.

 

The Colts media crew has done an awesome job.  I don’t know if other teams are doing the same, but it’s a smart move.  

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Kenny’s a great man and on a great mission! 

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