Sims (ankle) is unlikely to return to the active roster in the near future, JP Finlay of NBCSports.com reports. With Jamison Crowder's (ankle) status remaining uncertain for now, the Redskins will likely opt to bring back a wideout from injured reserve within the week, although it seems unlikely that receiver will be Sims. It appears that Trey Quinn (ankle) has a step up on Sims in the pecking order, at least according to head coach Jay Gruden. "We'll probably just take one of them. Right now I think Trey is probably closer to returning than Cam," Gruden noted Monday. Still, it's a promising sign for Sims that he is heading in the right direction after landing on IR due to a high-ankle sprain in Week 1.
Sims will receive an MRI on his injured ankle Monday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. With Maurice Harris (concussion) and Trey Quinn (ankle) also injured, any prolonged absence for Sims could thin out the bottom half of the Redskins wide receiver depth chart. The 22-year-old will hope the MRI results bear good news.
Sims (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Sims was forced out in the first quarter with an ankle injury, which has been deemed severe enough to sideline him for the remainder of the Redskins' season opener. Trey Quinn could see increased snaps with Sims out.
Sims is questionable to return Sunday against the Cardinals due to an ankle injury. Sims made Washington's 53-man roster after an impressive preseason, but the undrafted rookie's regular-season debut seems off to a rocky start. Expect an update on Sims' injury after the game if he is unable to return to the field Sunday.
Sims (thigh) returned to practice Monday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Sims was held out of Saturday's preseason contest due to the lingering thigh issue. While the Redskins would have loved to see Sims prove his worth in live game action, the 22-year-old will have his chance to earn a roster spot in the team's fourth and final preseason game Thursday.
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