It’s been a bit of a mystery as to why Bucs cornerback Brent Grimes hasn’t been practicing over the last week. Head coach Dirk Koetter has been pretty vague about it, but at no point did an injury that may have been holding him out seem serious.

On Monday, he was back out on the practice field, and after making the play of the day, a one-handed interception in the end zone, we’d say he’s doing just fine.

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2 years ago

He is a beast! And pathetic how unable DeSean is to prevent INTs. He is fast but that is only a small part of what you need to be a WR in this league, especially once you’ve lost a step.

Reply to  bveghte
2 years ago

So you didn’t notice Desean go for the block? Brent had great inside coverage and he was playing off coverage so speed had nothing to do with it. DeSean has been beating people left and right in practice. Brent is just a really good CB.

Reply to  Sneedy16
2 years ago

also its practice don’t won’t to go too hard and hurt one of your starters

2 years ago

I could be reading too much into that play. But you don’t see DeSean fight for the ball, even in games. He is showing signs of being a better team player this year, though, so let’s hope that translates onto the field on game days in things like this.