If you're active in social media, you've seen numerous status updates, photos, and videos about the "Ice Bucket Challenge." Twenty nine year old Pete Frates began the challenge in an effort to raise awareness about ALS, commonly known as "Lou Gehrig's Disease." Frates was diagnosed with the progressive neuro muscular disease in 2012. The challenge involves getting doused with a bucket of ice water, posting a video in social media and nominating others to take the challenge. Those who refuse must make a donation to the ALS charity of their choice. Drew Brees, and Saints coaches Joe Vitt, and Rob Ryan have taken the challenge. Former Saints safety Steve Gleason was diagnosed with ALS in 2011. He started a foundation called Team Gleason to raise awareness, and funds for ALS research. Team Gleason's battle cry is "No White Flags," and he lives it. Last year, he ascended in the mountains of Peru and visited the ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. That's a daunting challenge for an able bodied person ,let alone someone who's wheelchair bound. Steve has taken the Ice Bucket Challenge to next level. he did it naked. He challenged his brother Kyle, Drew Brees, New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu, and his friend Mike McCready of the rock Band Pearl Jam. Don't worry. The video isn't graphic...