By next week, Wayne will have to introduce himself to another new quarterback.
Until then, he'll be catching passes from someone else.
"I don't know his name," Wayne said when asked about quarterback Trevor Vittatoe. "I know it starts with a V."
Inside the locker room, players are content to stay out of the great draft debate. Most have only seen Luck or Griffin play in small bits on television, and nobody wanted to debate the merits of how the new quarterback would fit in with a team that is trying to replace Manning and starting almost completely over.
Instead, they're trying to get their minds wrapped around a playbook that Wayne described as Greek.
Not everything is new, though.
"I was very fortunate to play with a guy like that (Manning) and you see the work habits he had and I try to emulate those habits every day," running back Donald Brown said. "He will always have an influence here, him and guys like Jeff, like Dallas, like Joseph, they left a footprint on us and we're trying to carry that legacy on."
With a new quarterback under center.
"I think when you know, you know," Grigson said.
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