When a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is reached, and the NFL Lockout is over, Mike Sims-Walker will hit free agency with a bang.
With Mike Sims-Walker officially leaving Jacksonville, according to his tweet posted earlier this month, many teams will be on the prowl for this talented receiver.
Sims-Walker emerged as a huge weapon for David Garrard in the 2009 season, however, his numbers dropped off significantly in 2010.
The Florida Times-Union ran a story early in March, where Sims-Walker advised that he was limited due to an ankle sprain that bothered him for much of the 2010 season, which could have limited his production.
Injury or not, Sims-Walker will be looking to burst back onto the scene in 2011 with a big year, in a new uniform.
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