Grigson does not expect Jim Irsay's recent troubles to seriously affect the way that business is handled. Irsay was arrested Sunday night on suspicion of driving while impaired and checked himself into a health care facility Monday.
His daughter, Carlie Irsay-Gordon, has assumed majority control of the franchise until he returns. Grigson said he'll continue to make football decisions and reiterated the entire organization supports its embattled owner.
"We would all run through a brick wall for him," Grigson said. "We all just really wish him a full and complete recovery, and we are all really pulling for him. I'll just leave it at that."