Edmonton Eskimos re-sign veteran defensive back Aaron Grymes through 2018 season

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Eskimos re-signed American defensive back Aaron Grymes through the 2018 season Tuesday.

Grymes re-joined the Eskimos midway last season following a two-year stint with the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. He appeared in six games with Edmonton, registering 31 tackles and a forced forced fumble.

Grymes added eight tackles in two playoff games,

Grymes has spent four seasons with Edmonton. He’s appeared in 49 games and registered 123 tackles, eight interceptions, one sack, one forced fumble, and one TD.

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