Found January 11, 2012 on
Checking out what people are saying about new Colts general manager Ryan Grigson and the future of coach Jim Caldwell.
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I had a fun chat on twitter yesterday with 12th Man Rising contributor Jake Bishop. We were discussing where Peyton Manning might sign if he was cut by the Indianapolis Colts.
While the thought of them cutting outright might sound silly, it remains a possibility. Manning is due a $28 million bonus in March, before any trade could take place. It is still uncertain if Manning will...
Quite a few local media types were shocked to learn that Eagles Director of Players Personnel Ryan Grigson was being interviewed by both the Indianapolis Colts and the St. Louis Rams for their open General Managers’ positions.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Grigson impressed the Colts in the first interview to the point that they want [...]
With the Indianapolis Colts “winning” the 1st pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, it seems that they are poised to select Andrew Luck as they should. Luck has been described as the best QB prospect since perhaps their current QB, Peyton Manning. Peyton, who missed the entire 2011 season with a neck injury, is hoping to successfully recover, as he will be ready to play next year. ...
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts have hired Eagles executive Ryan Grigson as their new general manager.
The Indianapolis Colts have hired Eagles executive Ryan Grigson as their new general manager. The 39-year-old Grigson has spent the past nine years with Philadelphia.
I asked Howard Mudd on Wednesday what he thought about the Indianapolis Colts' new general manager, Ryan Grigson. Mudd, a former Colts offensive line coach who is now with the Philadelphia Eagles, was among the many people who shared a glowing recommendation with owner Jim Irsay.
The Indianapolis Colts are expected to name Eagles director of player personnel Ryan Grigson as their new general manager, per sources in Philadelphia.
Ryan Grigson moves to a franchise facing big questions, including whether to build around established quarterback Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck, the probable No. draft pick.