Colts players shave it all off to support leukemia-stricken coach11/8/2012
It's nothing new to see friends shave their heads in support of cancer patients losing their hair, but you don't often see that kind of sacrifice among pro sports celebrities. But no fewer than 30 Indianapolis Colts, including rookie quarterback Andrew Luck (he's No. 12), took it all off to rally around coach Chuck Pagano, who's on leave while he battles leukemia. Oh, and that guy in the picture who didn't shave clean? That's defensive back Sergio Brown, who couldn't part with his dreadlocks but dyed them orange, the color used to show support for leukemia research. They're also boosting Pagano's spirits in another way: The team is 4-1 since his diagnosis. [Source]
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