Colts preparing for different kind of draft
Ryan Grigson relishes the challenge of delving deep into the college pool to find some unknown gem.
The Colts general manager doesn't have much choice this year.
Grigson goes into Thursday with no first-round pick and isn't scheduled to make a selection until No. 59, five picks from the end of Round 2. And for the first time in Grigson's three years in Indy, there's no obvious choice or direction on how to use his top selection.
Indianapolis starts the week with just five picks in this year's draft.
But with Grigson's penchant for wheeling and dealing, all that could change before the draft concludes Saturday.
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