Grymes was waived by the Eagles on Monday.
Grymes played in only one game and didn't record any tackles after being promoted to the active roster Nov. 11. He will become a free agent if he clears waivers.
Grymes was promoted to the Eagles' active roster Friday.
After going undrafted out of the University of Idaho in 2012, Grymes earned All-Star status for the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos in 2015. While success in Canada isn't necessarily indicative of future prosperity in the NFL, Grymes should at least provide the Eagles with a boost on special teams.
Grymes (shoulder) was placed on the Eagles' injured reserve list Tuesday.
He suffered the shoulder injury during Philadelphia's second preseason contest. When healthy, Grymes is a candidate to sign onto the Eagles' practice squad.
Grymes (shoulder) was waived/injured by the Eagles on Monday.
Grymes appeared set to make the team's final 53-man roster before suffering a sprained shoulder in the Eagles' second preseason contest. He's a strong candidate to end up on Philadelphia's practice squad, provided he clear waivers.
Grymes (shoulder) injury has been identified as an AC joint sprain and could sideline him or the rest of the preseason, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Grymes left Thursday's game early with what was at the time an unknown injury. He was currently running with the third-team defense, and will look to resume that role when he returns. His absence leaves the Eagles with four cornerbacks currently sidelined, allowing Randall Evans, C.J. Smith, and Denzel Rice to see significantly more reps for the time being.
Grymes left Thursday's game with the Steelers early due to a shoulder injury, Martin Frank of the Delawre news Journal reports.
The severity of Grymes shoulder injury is currently unknown. The 25-year-old projects as the third corner on the left side of the field this season.