Several Colts - including owner Jim Irsay - have taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, helping to raise awareness and support for ALS and for finding a cure.
Recently, people all over and throughout the NFL as well have been dumping ice water on themselves. It's not just a random thing, however, there's actually a purpose behind it - to raise support and awareness for ALS and for finding a cure. It's people having fun, sure (if you can call dumping ice water on yourself fun), but more importantly it's for a good cause, and a lot of the people who have been doing this challenge have donated as well.
As I mentioned, however, many people around the NFL are doing the challenge, and that includes a number of people from the Indianapolis Colts organization - including owner Jim Irsay after a challenge from Larry Bird.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck:
Robert Mathis and the defensive line:
The offensive line:
General manager Ryan Grigson:
Long snapper Matt Overton:
Chief operating officer Pete Ward:
Head coach Chuck Pagano and Vice-chair/owner Carlie Irsay-Gordon:
Punter Pat McAfee:
Oh, and owner Jim Irsay as well. You can watch the video here.
The wide receivers, too, led by Reggie Wayne:
This ALS Ice Bucket challenge is all about raising awareness and support for ALS and find a cure. If you'd like to donate, head here.