Indianapolis Colts Owner Jim Irsay was arrested early Sunday morning in an Indianapolis suburb, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department. The preliminary charges include possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated.
Irsay's bond was set at $22.500.
The Colts released an official statement Monday morning:
In an effort to move things along quickly as fans flock to their favorite team's stadium for preseason, eventually regular season, and hopefully playoff action, the NFL has implemented a new "bag policy" outlining the types of carrying cases fans can and more importantly, can't bring into the game.
Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano announced at the beginning of the season that he had been diagnosed with leukemia and would be seeking treatment immediately to battle the disease. The Colts organization has been very vocal about their support of their head coach throughout the season so far and continue to do so.
Via ESPN, Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano is currently undergoing treatment at an Indianapolis hospital for leukemia. He was diagnosed last week after experiencing fatigue and random bruising.
Although there is no current timeline, Pagano plans to return to the Colts...
It's funny what happens when you least expect it. I had won tickets to Sunday's Colts/Titans game (I got more than a makeover for the company Christmas party) and I couldn't believe what I saw, and I'm not just talking about the Colts finally breaking their season-long losing streak.