INDIANAPOLIS — You could hardly see Colt Lyerla through the thicket of reporters and cameras. He was seated at a round table inside the media room at Lucas Oil Stadium Thursday, surrounded by a large contingent of media that were firing off one probing question after the next. Once through the throng there he was, face flush, hands clasped tightly together in between his knees, revisiting a past that he is trying to escape.
“Probably the night I spent in jail,” responded Lyerla, when asked about the moment he realized his football career might be over. “That was huge for me, and like I said, it gave me time to self-reflect and realize that’s a place I never want to be again.” Read more »