Grimm Hoping To Pass PhysicalJuly 27th, 2011
The man who nearly single-handedly brought the Bucs’ run defense from heinous to below average last year, Cody Grimm, says he still has soreness related to his broken leg and his physical with team doctors today will determine his level of preseason activity.
Speaking on The Ron and Ian Show on WDAE-AM 620 Tuesday, Grimm said his busted leg was in a cast for more than three months. And all that time he couldn’t move his leg.
“I definitely feel close. It’s getting there. It gets sore faster, but I can run and I can jump and do all that. It feels good. So hopefully I get good news from the doctors,” Grimm said. “Once they put a plate in there they say it should be stronger than the other leg.”
Joe sure was hoping to hear Grimm paint a rosier picture of his health. Grimm spoke of his diligent offseason regimen in Arizona and he’s clearly on track with his rehabilitation.
But Joe can’t help but wonder whether Grimm might be feeling that broken leg all season.