Found May 29, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers reserve safety Cody Grimm was arrested early Sunday morning in Leesburg, Va., and charged with public intoxication, according to the Washington Post. The report said Grimm, 26, a native of Fairfax, Va., returned to the region for a wedding and was arrested at a Hampton Inn at 5:30 a.m. According to the report, court records show he is scheduled for a July 9 hearing. Our players know our expectations on and off the field and we take these matters very seriously, Bucs coach Greg Schiano said in a statement. When we feel we have obtained all the necessary information, we will act accordingly. Grimm was charged with a misdemeanor, but he could face additional punishment because of an earlier public intoxication arrest on March 10 in Christiansburg, Va. He agreed to a 500,000 pay cut in April to preserve his roster spot. Grimm was Tampa Bays seventh-round pick in 2010. He has 73 tackles and two interceptions in 23 career games. You can follow Andrew Astleford...

Bucs safety arrested for public intoxication

Head coach Greg Schiano and the Bucs preach to players the importance of staying out of trouble off the field. With that said, safety Cody Grimm did not do himself any favors. In a report from the Washington Post late Tuesday evening, Grimm was in Leesburg, Va for public intoxication. We’re told that the 26-year-old Fairfax native, once a gridiron standout at Oakton High, was back...

Report: Bucs violated OTA rules

A reporter claims that the Buccaneers may have run afoul of the current collective bargaining agreement that prohibits contact at Organized Team Activities.

Bucs’ Cody Grimm arrested for public intoxication

According to The Washington Post, Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Cody Grimm was arrested for public intoxication in Leesburg, Virginia this past weekend. We’re told that the 26-year-old Fairfax native, once a gridiron standout at Oakton High, was back in the area for a wedding. Town police said the arrest happened at a Hampton Inn at 5:30 a.m. Court records show that Grimm has a hearing...

Greg Schiano: ’99.9 percent of plays are permissible’

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano has responded quickly to an earlier report which claimed that the Bucs were engaging in contact with at their Organized Team Activities this past weekend. Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune told a radio station that ‘Greg Schiano is right on the border of getting investigated and possibly — I don’t know if they would fine him, I don’t...

Buccaneers safety Cody Grimm arrested again

Buccaneers safety Cody Grimm was arrested this weekend and charged with public intoxication at a hotel in Leesburg, VA, reports Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. While only a misdemeanor charge, it could spell trouble for Grimm, who was locked up for the same exact charge in Christianburg, VA on March 10th. In that charge, he was given a deferred sentence, which means that the...

Donald Penn takes issue with weight problem report

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tackle Donald Penn was the subject of a report from Mark Cook of The Pewter Report this weekend, writing that Penn has "failed to meet most of the weight clauses in his most recent contract." Penn got wind of the report Sunday, and jumped all over, thinking it was them who wrote the story (they simply re-reported it, citing Cook...

Bucs' Schiano disappointed after Cody Grimms arrest

TAMPA, Fla. Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano expressed his disappointment for Cody Grimms arrest early Sunday morning, when the reserve safety was charged with public intoxication in Leesburg, Va. Speaking after the Bucs OTA session Wednesday, Schiano was brief in addressing the topic but said he continues to evaluate the situation. Im disappointed, Schiano said. Im still...

WR Steve Smith opts to retire after signing with Bucs in April

TAMPA, Fla. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Steve Smith has decided to retire, the team announced Wednesday. Smith, signed by the Bucs to a one-year deal in April as an unrestricted free agent, was a member of the New York Giants Super Bowl XLII championship team that ended the New England Patriots undefeated season. His best campaign came in 2009, when he earned his only Pro...

Buccaneers WR Steve Smith retiring from the NFL

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced wide receiver Steve Smith has retired from the NFL following an injury-plagued career. Smith, a former Pro Bowler who helped the New York Giants win a Super Bowl, played six seasons in the league with the Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams. He was signed earlier this offseason by the Bucs as a free agent. A second-round pick in...

Buccaneers reportedly broke no-contact rule in OTAs

The Buccaneers have been intense under head coach Greg Schiano, but they may have taken it too far in OTA practice. According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune claimed that contact was happening in the Buccaneers' OTA practices. For those of you that may not be familiar with the problem here, hitting in OTA practices is prohibited by the collective bargaining agreement, and...

If's, Shoulda's, and Coulda's may be the best indicator on Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2013 playoff chances

Die hard Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans will direct your attention to the 2010 season as the best Bucs season in the last decade. Most in the media have pointed out however that the season was only as good as its weakest link....the 'miracle wins' that Bucs fans didn't consider when trying to predict the 2011 season record. In 2010, the Bucs won 5 games by the slimmest of...

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