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Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said it was best for his team to move on from cornerback Brent Grimes, as well as Grimes’s wife Miko.

By SI Wire
March 22, 2016

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Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he thought it was best for his team to move on from cornerback Brent Grimes, as well as Grimes’s wife Miko, reports the Palm Beach Post’s Andrew Abramson.

“I think everybody knows what she [Miko] represented,” Ross said. “I thought it was best that the Dolphins move on from Brent and Miko.”

Ross was released by the Dolphins earlier this month after Miko made waves last season by criticizing quarterback Ryan Tannehill, threatening reporters and being arrested on the day of a game in September.

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Grimes, who started 47 games for the Dolphins over the last three seasons, signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on March 14. In 2015, Grimes made 49 combined tackles and four interceptions. The 32-year-old intercepted 13 passes in his three seasons in Miami.

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