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Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Grigson Shows Strength in Non-Traditional Scouting
Through two seasons, the Indianapolis Colts' general manager Ryan Grigson has had mixed results. While the Colts have been to the postseason twice and have been wildly entertaining, many put the bulk of that success on quarterback Andrew Luck's shoulders. Judging Grigson by his individual moves is a far more accurate way to gauge his performance.
Grigson, for example, followed up an incredibly successful 2012 draft with a thus-far disappointing 2013 draft. His work in free agency has produced far more overpaid, bad players (Samson Satele, LaRon Landry, Erik Walden, Darrius Heyward-Bey) than good deals. He's made some very productive trades (trading up for T.Y. Hilton in 2012) while also some historically bad transactions (trading for Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts
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