Colts owner Jim Irsay buys all his players an Xbox One for Christmas

By John Breech |

Vontae Davis and Darrius Heyward-Bey pose with their XBox Ones. (Instagram)
Vontae Davis and Darrius Heyward-Bey pose with their XBox Ones. (Instagram)

Christmas came early for the Indianapolis Colts on Friday. When players arrived at the team's facilities they found a present in their locker and not just any present: the gift was an Xbox One courtesy of owner Jim Irsay. According to the Indianapolis Star, every single player on the Colts roster got one.

Xbox Ones have been almost impossible to find this holiday season, unless you're a billionaire that is, then tracking down over 50 of the systems apparently isn't that difficult.

As you can imagine, players were thrilled to receive the hard-to-find $499 system. Long snapper Matt Overton tweeted out a picture of his new Xbox One. Cornerback Vontae Davis posed next to Darrius Heyward-Bey and they showed off their Xbox Ones on Intsagram.

This is the coolest thing to happen to the Colts since they met Zac Efron.

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