Former Jaguars WR Sims-Walker Wants to Play for the Dolphins

When free agency finally does open up, Mike Sims-Walker will be one of the most coveted wide receivers available. The 26-year-old was plagued by injury and inconsistency in his four years as a Jaguar, but he showed in 2009 that, when healthy and in rhythm, he’s one of the more dynamic possession targets in the game (he caught 63 passes for 869 yards that year). So on which team does Sims-Walker hope to end up?

His recent tweet was pretty revealing: “RT @BMarshall19: @MikeSimsWalker where r u taking ur talents?< I'm trying to pull a lebron *hint*” Sims-Walker and current Dolphins wideout Brandon Marshall are best friends from their days together at Central Florida. The Dolphins could use a little more juice at the wide receiver position, but Sims-Walker probably wouldn’t be the best fit as his style of play is nearly identical to Marshall’s.

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One Response to “Former Jaguars WR Sims-Walker Wants to Play for the Dolphins”

  1. Russ Loede says:

    I believe it’s not as much his similar style of play, whereas, it’s his identical character/personality, that will eventually clash and not make it a match in Miami.