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I feel terrible for Dungy. Though I'm not a Colt's fan, it's good that they have their home-field advantage locked up so that he can take more time to be with his family.
Given how much charity work Dungy wants to do, this may be a catalyst for his retiring after this year. If this is indeed a suicide, I think it would be very hard for Dungy to continue focusing so intently on something essentially frivolous like football, with the nagging sense that, "Maybe if I'd spent more time focusing on my family instead...." I could see his son's death as the thing that spurs him to give back to the community something more than football.
I agree with almost everything said above. However, I think too much blame is put on Mike Brown. He's managed to work the salary cap better than most people in the league. Everyone rips on them for not getting Bledsoe.