Grayson never played college football. Instead,

he was an All-American track runner for the LSU Tigers.

He gave up his track scholarship to start football training.

He signed with the Seattle Seahawks in 2017 as a free agent,

briefly forming the practice squad before being released. He appeared in two games in 2019,

receiving his first NFL reception, won a Super Bowl as part of the 2020 team,

and made 10 receptions for 212 yards and two touchdowns last season.

Unfortunately for Grayson, injuries have cost him a place 

on the roster this season. He was pardoned with a concussion,

so he would return to Tampa on injured reserve if no one else picked him up.

It is certainly possible that he may return to his practice squad once he recovers.