Colts cheerleaders shave head for leukemia research
INDIANAPOLIS. -- Some people will go to great lengths to support leukemia research, like cutting off all their hair.
That's exactly what two Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders did Sunday in the middle of the game.
They were upholding their end of a deal they made with the team's mascot, Blue.
The deal was if Blue could raise $10,000 by Sunday they would go bald. The mascot brought in more than double that.
The cheerleaders did this in support of the Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano who was diagnosed with leukemia in September.
The Colts beat the Buffalo Bills 20-13.