ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — New Indianapolis general manager Ryan Grigson says he has more than a few butterflies as the Colts wrap up preparations for their preseason opener with the St. Louis Rams.
Grigson has spent the last nine years serving in a variety of front-office and scouting positions with the Philadelphia Eagles. He'll be watching his own team take the field for the first time Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Hired as the Colts' general manager Jan. 11, replacing Chris Polian, Grigson is one of several new faces in the team's front office and coaching staff.
Grigson said Friday: "There's always the fear of the unknown."