Chuck Pagano Writes Letter to Indianapolis Colts Fans
To the people of Indiana:
When I accepted the job as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts last January, it was a dream come true for me and my family. I knew I was coming to an organization with a great owner and a great winning tradition. I knew Indy had great fans, but I might have underestimated just how great. Being new to the community I never expected the outpouring of support I received from Colts fans throughout the state and country. The love and support you showed my family and me gave me a tremendous amount of comfort and peace. Every letter, success story, prayer and act of kindness made this process a whole lot easier. I am also fortunate to have had some of the best doctors and nurses in the country right here in Indiana to care for me.
I am proud to serve as the head coach of your Colts. I take great pride in knowing that the team has persevered this season because you have shown them the same support you have shown my family and me. You have had a huge impact on my recovery and our season and I look forward to accomplishing great things here for a long, long time.
On behalf of the Pagano family, thank you for helping me heal and for showing our country that we do have the best fans in the entire world; fans whose love for their coaches and players extends way beyond the football field.
This act of appreciation simply displays who Pagano is as a person.
For everything he has gone through, and everything the Colts went through in 2011, the 2012-13 season has easily been one for Colts fans everywhere to remember. Not just Colts fans, but football fans at every level of the game can greatly appreciate Pagano's words.
He is a story of influence and resiliency, which can also describe the 2012 Colts in a nutshell.
From a broader perspective, Pagano's tenacity is what embodies America. And his positive outlook in the midst of extremely difficult circumstances offers plenty of hope moving forward.
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