91: Pete Ward, Chief Operating Officer for the Indianapolis Colts


November 2nd, 2020

1 hr 5 mins 42 secs

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About this Episode


Pete Ward began his front office football career as an intern with the Baltimore Colts in the early 1980s. He is now the Chief Operating Officer for the Indianapolis Colts and is one of the most well-liked, well-respected leaders in our city and the entire sports world. Pete joins the Leaders and Legends podcast to talk about his career, his love of Indy, and some of his favorite Colts memories.


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