Brent Grimes isn't comfortable being a football nomad, getting viewed as a hired mercenary at cornerback. But he's coming to terms with what could be his new life in the NFL.
The Dolphins' starting cornerback could be playing his final games in South Florida this month and, if that's the case, he'll pack his stuff and be prepared to move on. The franchise hasn't approached Grimes and his camp about signing an extension during the season, which isn't uncommon.
The Dolphins have a policy against signing players to extensions during the season and rarely make exceptions.
Ricky Williams getting an offer on a Post-it note from Bill Parcells in 2008 was an exception. And so was Davone Bess' extension in October 2010.
Koa Misi signed a four-year, $17 million extension the day before this year's season opener, and from then, Dawn Aponte, the vice president of football administration, has closed the team's checkbook. However, considering how well G...