Found April 06, 2012 on Football Nation:
Colts owner Jim Irsay’s unannounced decision of his first round pick may have gotten a little easier after Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III declined to meet with the Colts April 3.   Irsay reveled on Twitter that he was playing the field evenly. He reached out to Robert Griffin III agent Ben Dogra to meet, but he said no. It is unclear if Irsay intended to workout with Griffin or simply have a meeting, but it appears Griffins declined with reasoning.   Since college football ended in December and Griffin and Luck declared for the draft, Luck was the favored first round pick for the Colts and Griffin was projected to go to the Redskins after they traded the Rams for their No. 2 pick.   While Colts' team officials attended Luck and Griffin’s Pro Day, the Colts set up a private workout and meeting with Luck but not Griffin. General manager Ryan Grigson said, circumstances did not allow for anything private with Griffin.   Now Griffin is perpetuating the same message back to th...
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