Former Philadelphia Eagles safety Kurt Coleman visited the Indianapolis Colts on Friday.
It is really no surprise, as the Colts have a need at the safety position and Coleman could possibly fill that void.
Though, he would be a more of a depth signing than anything. He has played in 59 career games with the Eagles, posting 221 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 7 interceptions and 11 passes...
The Indianapolis Colts announced the signing of S David Sims Monday morning.
Sims last played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012 where he recorded eight solo tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass defensed over the course of 15 games. Philadelphia ultimately waived Sims before the start of the season.
Sims was an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State and later signed with...
Update: Adam Caplan knows everything. He is reporting that the trade is for a conditional draft pick in 2013. Let’s hope it is a conditional first rounder. (Yes. I’m kidding.)
It appears that Safety David Sims has not been cut, but has been instead been traded to the Eagles according to his agent and a tweet by Adam Caplan.
Any players who are cut this evening can’t be claimed...
According to the player’s twitter feed, it appears as though Safety David Sims has not made the roster-
The Browns have not released any information as of yet on releases today. Sims impressed in camp and preseason games with a few interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns.
More details to come as they are available.
The Bucs have signed former New York Giants safety David Sims, an undrafted free agent from Iowa State.
As a senior at Iowa State, Sims recorded 96 tackles, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one interception as a senior.
Sims was released by the Giants on the final roster cutdown in Sept.