Mike Sims-Walker Says He's Going To St. Louis Rams

WR Mike Sims-Walker announced on Twitter he's leaving the Jaguars and signing with the Rams.

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Mike Sims-Walker Says He's Going To St. Louis Rams

The St. Louis Rams are making moves now that free agency is officially open for business. They already added S Al Harris and now the latest news is that former Jacksonville Jaguars WR Mike Sims-Walker is coming to town. No word on the length or amount on his contract but Sims-Walker confirmed the news himself via Twitter:

Last nite in orlando, got a early morning flight to catch to the midwest.... Yea its official I'm a RAM!!!!!!

The Rams are adding more weapons for WR Sam Bradford, something a quarterback won't complain about. I really do think Sims-Walker has a chance to do well in St. Louis. If I'm a young receiver, I wouldn't mind being paired with an up-and-coming quarterback like Bradford.

Sims-Walker has been in the league for four years after the Jaguars selected him in the third round of the 2007 NFL draft . He spent his rookie season on IR only to bounce back in 2009 and lead the team in receptions and yards.

Check out Turf Show Times for the flurry of moves coming from St. Louis.

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