Times sure have changed for Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson. That response might not translate to a free agent lineman and a drafted cornerback, but it certainly seems like if Grigson could have things unfold the way he’d like, it would fall that way. A year ago, poor Ryan Grigson was suffering the worst case of the flop sweats since Albert Brooks? water works in the movie ?Broadcast News.? He stood at a podium at the NFL Combine and tap-danced around questions he wasn?t free to answer, impossible, uncomfortable questions about the fate of quarterback Peyton Manning. Last year at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium, he stood at the lectern as a first-time general manager, in charge of a salary cap-strapped team coming off a 2-14 season and lots of holes to fill.