Boomer Grigsby Knows How To Entertain

Texans fullback Boomer Grigsby knows how to entertain. He has a story about everything - from how he got his first name to why he shaved his Mohawk in favor of his curls.
May 29, 2009

New Texan Scouting Report - Boomer Grigsby

The Texans came to terms last week with former Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins linebacker/fullback Boomer Grigsby. We again have used our league sources to find out about the newest Texan.
May 23, 2009

The Dolphins' 'Other' TV Star

We are now less than a month away from the start of training camp and the start of another installment of HBO's tremendous series "Hard Knocks," which this year will feature the Dallas Cowboys. HBO did the show last summer on the Kansas City Chiefs, and it was an experience new Dolphins fullback Boomer Grigsby isn't about to forget.
July 8, 2008

Boomer bids farewell to Kansas City

The Folk Hero has a new gig. He never scored a touchdown or sacked a quarterback, but instead grabbed the hearts and the minds of every Chiefs fan. Now he'll try to recreate that magic in Miami as the Dolphins' new fullback.
March 4, 2008

Big Night For Boomer

With one roster cut down and another looming after the Chiefs visit the St. Louis Rams Thursday night, fullback Boomer Grigsby is hoping he can build upon his success from a week ago against the Saints. He hopes he can show that he's deserving of a roster spot, and isn't taking anything for granted.
August 29, 2007

Boomer Gets A Taste

Friday night in Mankato, Minnesota, new Chiefs fullback Boomer Grigsby made his debut in a controlled scrimmage against the Minnesota Vikings. It was a date the converted linebacker had circled on his calendar since he switched positions.
August 3, 2007

Scout NFL Roundtable: Sleeper Picks

Who is the "sleeper" on your roster who will surprise fans in 2007? That's the question we asked our NFL team experts here at Scout.com. Find out who they picked that you should keep an eye on this year. Then go talk about it in your favorite team's fan forum!
July 4, 2007