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For Colts, Normal Never Was So Good

Matt Detrich/Indianapolis Star

Now, finally, the lights can be turned off in Chuck Pagano's office.

Now, finally, after nearly three months of fighting leukemia back into submission and remission, Pagano can return to his coach's office -- where interim coach Bruce Arians and the Indianapolis Colts left the light on during his absence -- and gleefully turn the lights on and off on his own.

Coming to work in the morning.

Going home at night.

Just like normal.

Isn't normal wonderful?

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