An initial hearing for Colts owner Jim Irsay will have to wait.
A Hamilton County judge pushed it back because Irsay is still at an out-of-state treatment facility.
Meanwhile, Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson spoke out Tuesday for the first time since Irsay was arrested a week and a half ago. He told Eyewitness Sports he believes in Irsay and is confident Irsay will be back stronger than ever.
"Everyone feels the love and the passion that Jim has for the organization and for the people that work there," Grigson said. "He's proud of the family that we are at the Colts and it's a culture that, I think, is one that a lot of people in the NFL would like to have."
While Jim is temporarily removed from day-to-day duties at the franchise, his eldest daughter Carlie Irsay Gordon has taken the helm - and Grigson said the organization is in very good hands.
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