Ryan Grigson, Rams GM Candidate, Accepts Position With Colts

On Monday, Philadelphia Eagles director of player personnel Ryan Grigson interviewed for the St. Louis Rams' open general manager position. On Wednesday morning, he accepted the same job with the Indianapolis Colts after interviewing in Indy on Tuesday for the second time. Grigson had spent a total of nine years with the Eagles, with the last two as director of player personnel and the previous four as director of college scouting.

Prior to joining the Eagles, Grigson had been an area and national scout with the Rams during the team's heyday under Mike Martz. Grigson's decision to accept the Colts job narrows the Rams' list, which may now be topped by Tennessee Titans VP of football operations Lake Dawson and Atlanta Falcons director of player personnel Les Snead, both of whom interviewed with the Rams on Tuesday.

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