30-Year-Old Cornerback – Miami Dolphins
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
Grimes is rehabbing a torn Achilles' tendon that he suffered at the beginning of last season. He is expected to be ready to start at cornerback by Week 1, though there could be complications given the...
Brent Grimes Contract Information:
Signed a four-year, $32 million deal with the Dolphins in March of 2014.
The Dolphins have re-signed Grimes to a multi-year contract, the Palm Beach Post reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Grimes had a somewhat down season last year, only notching 49 tackles and one interception after tallying at least five interceptions each of the last two season. He'll start opposite Dunta Robinson at cornerback in 2012. Expect his numbers to bounce back this season. Look for him to have around 60 total tackles and two or three interceptions.
Grimes falls short of shutdown corner status, but he deserves credit for making as many big plays as he does, even if he gives up a few now and then. After totaling 87 tackles (76 solo) and five interceptions last year (as well as 23 passes defensed), Grimes found himself in the Pro Bowl. It doesn't appear to be a fluke, either – Grimes posted 66 tackles (62 solo) and six interceptions in 2009. With his knack for finding the football, Grimes should remain a nice IDP option in 2011.
Grimes led the Falcons with six interceptions in 2009, but will be the nickel back with Brian Williams returning to the lineup.
Grimes appeared to reclaim the starting left cornerback job by default after Domonique Foxworth signed elsewhere, but Von Hutchins, who went on the IR just one week into training camp last season, is chomping at the bit. Grimes has his work cut out for him after a mostly unimpressive 2008 campaign that saw him lose the starting job to Foxworth in mid-season.
A good training camp performance from Grimes could earn him the starting left cornerback spot--the spot once held by Deangelo Hall.