Costa — who made 20 starts over four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys — was supposed to provide depth and experience. But Grigson is unlikely to panic.
He worked in the front office for two Super Bowl teams in St. Louis and one in Philadelphia, and all three started undrafted players at center.
“That’s a position where you can find a quality guy, and you don’t always need to have a high-profile player at that spot,” Grigson said last month.
Colts fans can only hope he’s right.
Sports writer George Bremer’s column appears each Tuesday in The Herald Bulletin.