Dungy will focus on family and faith
Tony Dungy is at peace with his decision to retire as Colts coach, Chris Mortensen writes.
It was late Saturday night and the words flowed from Tony Dungy's lips like water from a spring. He was quoting his favorite book; not his best-selling "Quiet Strength," but, naturally, the Bible.
"I'm at a point, kind of like the Apostle Paul," explained Dungy, "he said, 'If I live, it's good. If I die and go home with the Lord, it's better.'"
Dungy sounded like a man who was prepared to go home -- in this case, Dungy will go home to his wife, Lauren, ...
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TONY DUNGY RETIRES
Longtime Colts coach Tony Dungy announced his retirement Monday. In 13 seasons as a head coach, seven in Indianapolis and six with Tampa Bay, he ranks 19th all-time with 148 career wins.