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Colts Defensive Backs Have Tradition Of Giving Back At Thanksgiving

22 Nov Colts Defensive Backs Have Tradition Of Giving Back At Thanksgiving

The holidays are all about family and traditions.

And a football team is no different.

“We’re a family,” said safety Darius Butler. “The Colts have always done a great job of helping in the community and being a part of it. We just want to keep that going.”

One of the ways they do that is by creating traditions of their own.

Former Colts safety Mike Adams had a vision – to bring Thanksgiving to families on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis. So, he gathered some food, gathered some teammates, and hit the streets – blessing families without with everything they needed for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Adams is no longer a Colt, but his tradition lives on.

On Tuesday night, the Colts defensive backs gathered at Edna Martin Christian Center, where they distributed Thanksgiving dinners to families in the neighboring community.

 

 

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