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Grigson is on the move isn't he? Trading players & signing draft picks left & right. It's like he never sleeps man

No ScHIT! Everyone's "goal" is to win a Super Bowl, but Grigson ain't playin around. Since day 1 dude has been on the grind.

Makes me wanna go back and watch his Introductory Press Confrence again.

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