Bucs FS Cody Grimm got his first NFL start against the Steelers. Photo by Cliff Welch/Pewter Report
Bucs head coach Raheem Morris defended the play of rookie safety Cody Grimm on Wednesday. Morris said it would be unfair to judge him off one game and that Grimm would get his second NFL start against Cincinnati after the bye week.
Last modified on Tuesday, 05 October 2010 15:06
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris defended the play of rookie free safety Cody Grimm on Wednesday. Morris said that Grimm was assignment sound for the most part outside of the touchdown pass he gave up to Pittsburgh wide receiver Mike Wallace in the first quarter of last week's 38-13 loss to the Steelers.
Morris indicated that the team would not sign another safety and that Grimm would get his second NFL start against Cincinnati after the Bucs' bye week. Read what Morris had to say in Scott Reynolds' article for FoxSportsFlorida.com by clicking here.
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