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The Indianapolis Colts players and organization have done a wonderful job in supporting head coach Chuck Pagano in his fight against leukemia.
Now the biggest supporters of the team want to get involved. A Colts cheerleader named Megan M. will shave her head in support of leukemia research, if the Colts mascot Blue can raise $10,000 for it. The agreement was hashed out in funny video featured on Colts.com.
Blue would now like fans to visit www.colts.com/chuckstrong to make a donation to the CHUCKSTRONG fund. Blue reportedly has until November 25 to raise the $10,000.
If the money is raised, Megan will have her head shaved at halftime of the Colts’ match-up versus the Buffalo Bills in December at Lucas Oil Stadium. Good for you, Megan!
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