Ernie Sims

#52LB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 233
Born:
College: Florida State
Birth Place: Tallahassee, Florida
Draft: 2006 1st round (9th pick) by the
  • Dallas Cowboys' practice schedule for 2017 training camp released
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    Dallas Cowboys' practice schedule for 2017 training camp released

    The Dallas Cowboys have provided fans tentative dates and times for their training camp practices in Oxnard, California. On July 24 the Cowboys’ training camp will officially begin, and there will of course be a big ceremony for fans to see including a performance and autographs by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. The Cowboys will actually hold practices at The Star in Frisco July 19 through 21, for rookies and younger players before they officially start training camp in Oxnard. With the Cowboys playing in the Hall of Fame preseason game they were given extra practices available to them, but Jason Garrett and the team decided the extra work wouldn’t be needed for the veterans, but instead for

  • 'Badger meets Britain' coming soon
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    'Badger meets Britain' coming soon

    The Arizona Cardinals will travel to London to play the Los Angeles Rams in Week 7. As a result, the team is doing a lot of promotion for the game. Team president Michael Bidwill revealed something fun coming up for the team site in the weeks to come. Safety Tyrann Mathieu, known as the Honey Badger, is going to be featured. Bidwill talked about it in a recent interview in London on Periscope. He explained the team had one more prep trip to England. I must be coming soon, as training camp will begin in a little less than a month. “We’ve got one more trip where the Honey Badger comes to London,” he said, calling it “Badger meets Britain.” “We’re going to have a little bit of fun,” he continued.

  • Undrafted S Ironhead Gallon could sneak onto roster
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    Undrafted S Ironhead Gallon could sneak onto roster

    While this year it might be hard for any of the undrafted rookies to make the final roster for the Arizona Cardinals, one might be showing he could do it. That would be safety Ironhead Gallon, out of Georgia Southern, who played linebacker in college but now is practicing at safety with Arizona. Why is it he might have more of a chance? That would be because of where he has been working. During OTAs, when the Cardinals run two parallel practices — one field for the starters and backups and another for the guys further down the depth chart — Gallon has actually seen some time on the first field. “As an undrafted guy as he has gotten reps on field one and looked OK,” scout Adrian Wilson said in