Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested Sunday night and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence and possession of a controlled substance. He's since checked into treatment, but there's no word what the NFL plans to do about his arrest. His former employee Tony Dungy -- who's also the only coach to bring Irsay's Colts a Super Bowl victory -- said on 105.3 the Fan he believes the NFL has to take action. "I think they have to. Everybody is going to look at this and say, when this situation arises with a player, that action is taken," Dungy said. "It happened with front office people in Denver, I believe last year, and action was taken. If the commissioner doesn't step in with something, I don't think it will be good. I think something has to be done, and again, hopefully everyone benefits from it." Dungy, who coached the Colts from 2002 to 2008 and won Super Bowl XLI against the Bears, has been quite close to Irsay for a while. And the current NBC analyst said he's "heartbroken" to see what happened to a "special guy" like Irsay.