Current, former Colts and staff join Habitat for Humanity project

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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Board by board, nail by nail, the Colts went to work.

With hammer in hand, coach Frank Reich led the way, even if he didn't feel fully equipped.

"I need to be coached a little bit," Reich said.

The Colts coaching staff and front office refused to let the rain slow them down as they helped build a home on the lot in the shadow of Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Colts teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to make it happen.

And it wasn't just the current Colts roster on hand. Former linebacker Robert Mathis put his strength to work.

And on a dreary Monday, the Colts won and it had nothing to do with football.

It's the eighth year for the Colts to sponsor a Habitat build. Partnering with Stanley Security, they helped put together a home that will contribute to a better life for first-time homeowners.

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