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Cam Sims caught one of his two targets for six yards during the Commanders' Week 6 win over the Bears.
Sims has seen a major increase in his workload while rookie wideout Jahan Dotson has been out with a hamstring injury. Sims is a big target out of Alabama who has been up and down between the Commander's practice squad and active roster. Dotson's return seems somewhat imminent which caps Sims' long-term fantasy upside to a certain degree. If Dotson does miss Week 7 perhaps Sims is worth a play in very deep leagues.
Commanders wide receiver Cam Sims has cleared the concussion protocol and will be active for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Sims was limited in practice all week long, and now he enters the weekend without an injury designation. After producing 15 catches, 211 yards, and two touchdowns last season, Sims enters 2022 as Washington's No. 5 wideout. As a result, he should be left on waivers.
Cam Sims is currently in concussion protocol and will likely miss the Commanders’ final preseason game, per head coach Ron Rivera.
Barring any injuries to the receivers in front of Sims on the depth chart, he likely slides is as the fourth or fifth option at wide receiver. The 26-year-old registered 15 receptions for 211 yards and two touchdowns in 2021. Even at WR118 PPR ADP, it is hard to find a lot of fantasy value for Sims in 2022.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims has been placed on Washington's constantly growing reserve/COVID list.
There are now 17 players on the reserve/COVID list for Washington. Sims found the end zone in Week 14 and saw a season-high in snaps and targets. This is a situation to monitor, but deep leaguers who were looking at Sims as an option for this weekend may want to look elsewhere.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught three of his four targets for 69 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Sims was held without a catch in his previous two games and now has just 10 receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games this season.