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Catching Up With ... former Colts guard Glenn Ressler
Catching Up With ... former Colts guard Glenn Ressler

For a decade, each autumn, Glenn Ressler's Sundays were much the same. The mild-mannered Colts guard would slip into the locker room, remove his glasses, put on his uniform and perform feats of strength. Players called him Clark Kent. "They said I looked like the comic-book character, but I never saw the resemblance," Ressler said. His alter ego? Another story. A mainstay on the Colts offensive line from 1966 through 1974, Ressler helped the team to a world championship, two Super Bowl appearances and four division titles, carving daylight for runners like Tom Matte and Norm Bulaich and shielding the team's passers, Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall. On the field,...