Ernie Sims LB ARI 7 Months
Sims has been released by the Cardinals.
Sims, who had joined the Cards in order to bolster the team's inside linebacker depth after Daryl Washington was suspended, was listed as a third-stringer on the team's initial depth chart behind Larry Foote and Kenny Demens, with his release bumping Keenan Clayton up a notch.
Ernie Sims LB ARI 9 Months
Cardinals signed ILB Ernie Sims.
Sims will provide depth at inside linebacker after the Cardinals lost Daryl Washington to a yearlong suspension last week. Arizona will be in trouble if Sims is forced to play significant snaps. He was abused in a dozen 2013 games for Dallas. The Cardinals are severely lacking depth at the position.
Ernie Sims LB ARI 9 Months
Free agent LB Ernie Sims visited the Cardinals.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Feb 15 '79
Cowboys LB Ernie Sims is not considered a lock to make the final roster.
Sims singed a minimum deal with no signing bonus or guarantees, so he'll have to prove his worth in training camp. The former No. 9 overall pick was a liability when asked to fill in on the Cowboys' decimated linebacker corps last year. Sims should fare better as new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin moves the unit to a 4-3.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Dec 27 '78
Cowboys re-signed LB Ernie Sims to a one-year contract.
28-year-old Sims was signed off the street last season and racked up 44 tackles across ten appearances, starting six games. His performance was generally poor on the field, but the Cowboys hope 5-foot-11, 230-pound Sims will be more effective in Monte Kiffin's new 4-3 defense. He'll compete for a backup job.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Dec 12 '78
ESPN Dallas doesn't expect the Cowboys to re-sign free agent LB Ernie Sims.
The Dallas Morning News said it was "likely" that Sims would be back, but the Cowboys are expected to go younger at the position. He shouldn't have much of a market, so the Cowboys will likely keep Sims' phone number handy for future purposes.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Nov 30 '78
The Dallas Morning News considers the Cowboys likely to re-sign free agent LB Ernie Sims.
Sims will come cheap, and reporter David Moore believes he could compete for a starting job with the Cowboys' switch to a 4-3 defense shifting DeMarcus Ware to end. Even if he doesn't start, Sims represents highly-experienced veteran depth. It's worth noting that Sims struggled filling in for an injured Sean Lee and Bruce Carter last season.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Oct 01 '78
Cowboys DC Rob Ryan says ILB Ernie Sims (concussion) will be active for Week 16 against the Saints.
It's a bit of a relief for Dallas, which otherwise would have had to trot out Alex Albright alongside Dan Connor as starting inside linebackers. Either way, the seams and underneath portions of the Cowboys' defense are vulnerable entering Sunday's matchup with Jimmy Graham and Darren Sproles.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Sep 27 '78
Cowboys ILB Ernie Sims was forced from Dallas' Week 15 game against the Steelers with a concussion.
It's a hard-knock life for Cowboys inside 'backers. Sims was elevated to the starting lineup after Sean Lee and Bruce Carter suffered season-ending injuries. The Cowboys are down to a trio of replacement-level talents opposite Dan Connor.
Ernie Sims LB ARI Aug 13 '78
Ernie Sims will be the Cowboys' starting inside linebacker in Week 9 with Dan Connor (stingers) out this week.
The Cowboys just signed Sims a week ago, and they were pleased with his performance off the bench in last week's loss to the Giants. Sims has quickly passed Orie Lemon and Alex Albright on the depth chart, and DC Rob Ryan trusts him to play in the nickel package already. He's worth a desperation look in IDP leagues.