Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has addressed the media for the first time since his arrest for driving while intoxicated back in March.
Irsay refused to discuss the events in his personal life as he spent 12 minutes talking to the cameras.
Speaking about his health issues Irsay said: "I'm really not going to talk about any personal medical issues or that sort of thing.
"certainly have a lot of appreciation for the support I've received. I'm all in."
Appearing at the meeting for Indianapolis' bid to host Super Bowl LII Irsay was asked about an eventful off-season for the Colts.
After drafting five players and seeing Linebacker Robert Mathis be issued a four-game suspension Irsay had a lot to talk about.
Claiming that he had been: "I've been clued into everything that's been going on the last few months."
The decision on the host city for Super Bowl LII will be made on Tuesday with New Orleans, Minneapolis and Indianapolis as the three candidates to host the biggest game of 2018.