Colts hone in on Luck as they try to rebuild

Andrew Luck will come to Indianapolis for a private workout in

the next couple of weeks. Robert Griffin III, apparently, will

not.

Colts general manger Ryan Grigson said during a conference call

Monday that the Colts plan to bring in Luck during the next couple

of weeks.

Indy, however, will not have the same opportunity with Griffin,

who is projected by most analysts to go No. 2. Grigson says team

officials did attend Griffin’s Pro Day at Baylor, but could

schedule an individual workout.

Grigson insists that evaluation is continuing and the Colts have

not made up their mind about which player to take with the No. 1

pick. He also says the Colts do not plan to start negotiating with

their choice before the draft.