Miami Dolphins

Miko Grimes Takes Aim at Dolphins, Praises Bucs Following Brent Grimes' Signing

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Vanessa de BeaumontContributor IMarch 11, 2016

According to NFL Network's Rand Getlin, Brent Grimes has already moved on from his Miami Dolphins days, procuring a two-year, $16.5 million deal from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

His wife Miko, however, hasn't entirely left them behind.

Not pleased with the way she or her husband was treated by the South Beach squad, Miko decided, once again, to air her grievances.

According to Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel (h/t Pro Football Talk), she had this to say:

the Bucs are a REAL organization, being ran PROPERLY, unlike that dumpster fire in the AFC East we just left! they wouldnt DARE ask me to delete my twitter! i deleted my twitter bc i didn't want the twitter gangsters and thumb thugs to have anyone to @ when they found out the Bucs (and multiple other teams) made them all look STUPID! who doesnt want a pro bowl corner thats doing s— NO OTHER CORNER IN THE LEAGUE CAN DO! men lie! women lie! stats lie! the media lies! u know whats undefeated? FILM!!! we are HAPPY and i dont feel like sharing it with anyone just yet. ill be back very soon and ill be the same supportive, dedicated, truthful b—- i was before i left!

Just as she attested, her Twitter account has been deleted, and so has Kelly's post.

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Somehow, it seems unlikely the Dolphins will care to reply.


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