"Earlier in that week, prior to the AFC Championship Game, we told the league about our concerns," Grigson said. "We went into the game, we had some issues. We're going to do what we can which is participate with the league and the investigation and wait until the Wells Report comes out. There's no other recourse other than to wait until that investigation comes out."
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Not only was Grigson unapologetic about his organization's role in the controversy, he was emphatic that he owed it to his team to ensure a level playing field for the best chance to win.
"Again, if rules were broken, we'll see," Grigson added. "If not, that's what the investigation is for."
At this point, Grigson is correct. All we can do is wait for the findings of the investigation led by Ted Wells and Jeff Pash.