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Sport Former Colts GM Ryan Grigson to join Seahawks' front office

17:20  13 june  2018
17:20  13 june  2018 Source:

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Former Colts general manager Ryan Grigson to join Browns front office . Ryan Grigson had to take a step back after being fired as general manager of the Indianapolis Colts , and his new job qualifies as a step down.

Tap the icon to send it instantly. Join the conversation. Add your thoughts about any Tweet with a Reply. Find a topic you’re passionate about, and jump right in. Ryan Grigson , the former # Colts GM who joined the Browns as a Senior Personnel Executive last spring, meanwhile, is no longer listed on

a man looking at the camera: Ryan Grigson © (Getty Images) Ryan Grigson

Ryan Grigson is landing on his feet once again.

The front office executive is joining the Seahawks organization, according to Grigson's agent.

Grigson was most recently with the Browns, working as a senior personnel executive for one year. He was the general manager of the Colts from 2012-16, which is where he saw most of his success.

During his tenure with the Colts, Grigson drafted franchise cornerstones Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton in the 2012 draft. Following the 2012 season, Grigson was named Sporting News Executive of the Year.

Things started to take a turn shortly after, though. Grigson missed badly in the 2013 draft, selecting defensive end Bjoern Werner with the 24th overall pick. Then, at the start of the 2013 season, he traded away the Colts' 2014 first-round pick for running back Trent Richardson.

Grigson also had a long career in the NFL, dating back to 1995 when he was drafted in the sixth round by the Bengals and he also briefly spent time in the CFL.

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