Member of Edmonton’s 2015 Grey Cup championship team.
2015 CFL All-Star.
50 games, 32 as a starter during college career at Idaho.
Recorded 172 solo total tackles, 10 stops for a loss, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and a pair of fumble recoveries at Idaho.
2022: (Edmonton) Missed the entire 2022 season due to injury.
2021: (Edmonton) In 13 regular season games, Grymes finished with 51 defensive tackles and one interception.
2019: (B.C.) Racked up 54 tackles and an interception to go along with four knockdowns and a pair of tackles for a loss…Suffered a season-ending knee injury in Edmonton in October.
2018: (Edmonton) Had another strong season for the Green and Gold with a career-high 58 defensive tackles…Trio of interceptions, including his second career pick-six (Week 19 vs. B.C.)…First career forced fumble came Week 13 in Labour Day rematch vs. Calgary.
2017: (Edmonton) Rejoined the team in September…Played Edmonton’s final eight games of the regular season, recording 38 defensive tackles and four on special teams…Recorded a forced fumble against Winnipeg Week 15.
2016: (Philadelphia) Spent the season with the Eagles…Played in four pre-season games and then spent the majority of the season on the club’s practice roster…Dressed for Philadelphia’s game against Atlanta on Nov. 13
2015: (Edmonton) 16 regular season games for Edmonton during their run to a Grey Cup title…Career-high four interceptions, including his first interception return for a TD against Hamilton Week 13…Named CFL All-Star
2014: (Edmonton) Suited up in all 18 regular season games…Recorded three interceptions (Weeks 1,2,14)
2013: (Edmonton) Played nine games during his CFL rookie season, registering 18 defensive tackles and six special teams tackles…recorded his first career interception Week 6 against Hamilton.