The Herald Bulletin

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Colts

March 17, 2014

George Bremer: Irsay's plight not about football

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Of far greater importance is making sure Irsay himself is still around to enjoy the fruits of that labor.

The owner has endeared himself to Colts fans by openly showing his passion for the franchise and with frequent interaction through a colorful Twitter account. By many accounts, he's a kind and compassionate man with a big heart and a generous spirit.

The full extent of his impact on the community and the state might never be known because he rarely seeks publicity for his common acts of charity.

But Jim Irsay has a problem.

His arrest Sunday night might finally serve as the alarm bell that startles him into seeking help.

For the sake of his family, and his many fans, I pray that is the case.

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