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Last updated on Wednesday, October 10, 2007
(INDIANAPOLIS) - About 250 kids spent the afternoon with several of the World Champion Indianapolis Colts and some of the cheerleaders.
It was part of the "Hometown Huddle" with United Way, to build a relationship between the community and the team.
The equipment was set up at the Colts' training facility to give the kids just a small taste of what its like to train as a professional athlete.
"Eat right and try to stay away from fried food," says wide receiver Craphonso Thorpe. "That's definitely not good for you. Fitness is the best thing for you for your body and your overall health."
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