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Found March 17, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Indianapolis Colts Owner Jim Irsay has never been shy during his time on Twitter, but last night he seemed to be extra-open about what was going on in Indianapolis.  He had to be drunk or on something because his tweets were almost incoherent.  Take a look for yourself. ColtFans,we already past the cap cash wise/ we’re workin on a deal,1 we’ve been workin on for 5 days/ we’re very,very close 2 making it work — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 In Arizona,but the phone lines burning up…we want to win so damn bad our toes ache and our brains are gurgling!!!!!!! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 Our fingers could end up crooked and elbows drip with sweat and blood! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 Colt Fans,hint—— it’s a Wide Receiver!! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 The car almost ended up n the ditch…swerving towards negativity,but we’re still n the fight..we’re desperately trying,need coffee,strong! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 We need a turnover,slipping away but 4 minutes ago we started running the no huddle…moving the arrow again but it’s nip n tuck!!!! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 Everyone stand buy,pour strong drink…do ur voodoo,Colts need the strength of it’s nation to get this wopper in the boat! DO U UNDERSTAND!? — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 I’m looking for Walter,he has The Ringer…the whites…the undies…lotta ins and outs to this thing…THIS IS A LEAGUE GAME,SMOKEY!!!! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 17, 2013 If this is what the Colts Owner’s drunk tweets are like, I would love to see what his drunk text messages are like.  I wonder if the NFL is going to reprimand him at all for these tweets. The other question is, what receiver are they going after?  Is it possible that it’s Victor Cruz or Emmanuel Sanders?  The Colts do have a lot of cap room because their team was so young last year and they could make the major move.  By signing a restricted free agent all they would have to do is give up draft picks, which would be worth it for them.  Either way, the last time Irsay tweeted about a trade, the Colts ended up with Vontae Davis.  Let the speculation and debate begin as to whom Irsay and the Colts may be targeting.
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3 Comments:
  • He's a drunk just like his dad was!!!!!!!!!!
  • I can't say he is a drunk,but he sure looks like one!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • To bad we Hoosiers are stuck with a drunk who owns our Colts, no doubt he got rid of Manning he probably had more booze in his belly than an Irish pub at the time.
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