Next Pitt UFDA to find a new home: OLB— Jerry DiPaola (@JDiPaola_Trib) agrees to terms with the Los Angeles Rams, according to his agent Jeff Graham.April 30, 2016
Grigsby, of course, will join former Pitt starif he manages to stick with the club.
The linebacker was one of those guys that continually got better during his time at Pitt and becoming a starter in his final year probably helped him land a tryout. He played in almost every game over his first three years but only started five of them. This past season, Grigsby started all 13 of the team's games and he gained a little more recognition. In 2015, he was fourth on the team in tackles (66) and had 9 1/2 tackles for losses (3 1/2 of which, were sacks). He was also named Third Team All-ACC and was ACC Linebacker of the Week once this year.