Credit: FOX News Radio
Credit: FOX News Radio

Head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Chuck Pagano is one of the most inspiring personalities in professional football. After coaching only three games into his rookie season as head coach, Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia. Despite his condition, Pagano didn't let the confines of his hospital bed keep him from coaching. Thousands of fans inspired by his tenacity and toughness united to form Chuckstrong, a movement that has raised millions to help beat cancer.

 

In an interview with FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger, Coach Chuck Pagano discusses his book Sidelined: Overcoming Odds through Unity, Passion, and Perseverance.  He explains how he was sidelined by the side effects of chemotherapy--taking months to recover--yet that did not prevent him from turning around, what experts said was the worst team in the NFL. Pagano gives practical life lessons inspiring everyday people to stay in the game of life by focusing on "your position and not your condition". Pagano fueled by faith, family and football, recently lead the Colts to another playoff winning season not even a week ago.