There is a little trouble is paradise, known as the Indianapolis Colts franchise. To help improve the relationship between coach Chuck Pagano and general manager Ryan Grigson’s the Colts have hired an psychologists.
The focus was on Pagano and Grigson’s relationship and to improve communication, but at the end of it all owner Jim Irsay was determined that the relationship would not be able to bounce back and fired Grigson on Saturday.
“There was a lot of work going on within our organization to evaluate how interaction happens, how people communicate and how we get better,” Irsay said. “It wasn’t just sitting and staring outside at the Indiana winter. Through that process, I think both men grew and understood where they have to change.”
Right now the Colts have said that former quarterback Peyton Manning is not in the discussion of becoming the next GM.