LAKE WORTH – Like every player in the National Football League, Randy Grimes had learned to cope with pain. Grimes, 49 and 17 years removed from his playing days, spoke to the Tribune at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, a drug and alcohol treatment center where he was sent by Pain Alternatives, Solutions and Treatments, known as PAST, to cleanse himself from the effects of medication abuse. “We are encouraged by the progress he has made. We are looking forward to a healthy Randy physically and spiritually,” Lydia Grimes Randy’s wife said in an e-mail. “We are very thankful to PAST for their help. It is truly a miracle. … We have such wonderful memories of Tampa and the many friends we made there.