Cam Sims

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Chance of Injury in 2021: question mark 0%
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Cam Sims Player Overview

What You Need to Know:

  • In his 3rd season with Washington, Sims logged 10 starts. Only Logan Thomas and Terry McLaurin tallied more among offensive skill-position players.
    • He failed to make the active roster out of camp in 2018 or 2019.
  • From Week 7 on, Sims played 74% of the snaps or more in every game. He cracked 80% in 10 of those 11 contests and played every snap in the final 3 (including the playoff loss to Tampa).
  • Sims posted 90+ receiving yards 3 times, including a 7-104 line on 13 targets in the loss to the Bucs.
  • Sims caught 5+ balls in 4 of the final 6 games.
  • He opened both 2019 and 2020 on Washington’s practice squad.
  • The team brought him back on a right-of-first-refusal restricted free-agent tender this offseason, worth $2.133 million. According to both Spotrac and OverTheCap, none of that salary is guaranteed.
  • Sims never caught more than 14 passes in a season across 4 years at Alabama.
  • Washington also signed WR Curtis Samuel and WR Adam Humphries in free agency and drafted WR Dyami Brown in Round 3.

What You Need to Know:

Sims pushed his way into relevance with a needy Washington pass offense in the 2nd half of last season. The fact that the Football Team tendered him at all as a restricted free agent says something. But so do all the additions they made at the position in the offseason. We’re open to the possibility that Sims holds down a top 3 or 4 spot in the 2021 WR corps. But we’re not heading into camp expecting him to be fantasy relevant.

Cam Sims Injury History

Date League Injury Details
This player has no recorded injuries