After Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano visited the team this past weekend and gave an emotional post-game speech , several members of the team decided to shave their heads in support of their cancer-stricken coach. That group of about 30 players and coaches, including Andrew Luck, posed for a picture. A close-up of Luck ca be seen below click on images for a larger version World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Search icon A magnifying glass. It indicates, "Click to perform a search".
College football players shave heads to support coach with cancer
College football players shave their heads to support coach battling cancer - CNN
CNN As their football coach started chemo, the players wanted to do something special to show their support -- so they shaved their heads. Recently our Offensive Coordinator, Kris Sweet, was diagnosed with cancer. So members from the team shaved their heads to support him. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
College football players shave their heads to support coach battling cancer
When British correspondent for Russia Lord Tim Quainton falls in love with Marya Razcinski whilst on leave in London, little does he know what a web of intrigue he is entering. Quainton's suspicions are first awakened when he discovers a secret about Marya's father and his suspicious past. But Quainton must immediately push his fears out of his mind and embark upon a lengthy assignment into the heart of the Ukraine.
First it was great warm weather not humid and clear blue skies. This run I decided to see if I could do a full loop without stopping. As you know I have been doing intervals of 5 min of running and 1 minute of exercise. Slowly I have been inching it up and I had gotten as high as 16 minutes of running with 1 minute of exercise. Today I finally ran 1 loop, a 5K in without stopping since my injury.