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Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today **Dungy Done**

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  1. cincipatsfan

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    Will this be the end for "one and Dungy"? Or just another "I'm coming back next year" non-event....
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    It's all about how Marvin Harrison didn't shoot a couple guys even though it was his gun that fired the bullets, and that his gun was found in a trash can at his car wash.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Funny you bring that up. They just announced on ESPN (consider the source..) that authorities have announced that they have a second witness that says they saw Harrison with the gun in hand at the shooting.

    Maybe it will be a doubleheader presser :D
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Who else holds a press conference every year announcing that he's NOT retiring? This guy loves to hear himself speak.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Jay Glazer is reporting that Dungy is going around saying goodbye to players, he's done.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Wow. I figured it was just a big attention grab. Color me shocked if true.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Yup. ESPN just reported the same thing, quoting Fox Sports reports.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    Good riddance.

    Of course, be prepared to be annoyed when he takes the Cowboys HC job in 2010.

    Looks like Jim Caldwell will be taking over head coaching duties.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    I think he's hanging his headset up, strong rumours have been doing the rounds for ages that no matter what happens he's going.
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    Re: Indy/Dungy news conference at 5 today

    I just read the story, and I've decided that if I ever want to shoot someone and not get charged, it will be in Philly.
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    ESPN leading the way with the ballwashing.
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    I'm willing to bet he doesn't cry. He'll talk in the same glassy-eyed cheery monotone as always, citing the desire to spend more time with family and work in his ministry to young people. He'll say he will miss the game but that the team is in good hands with his successor. He'll state that he is done with football, but I'll also bet that he will be back in the game eventually.
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