The New York Giants signed wide receiver Cam Sims to their practice squad on September 4 when the NFL team placed wide receiver Cole Beasley on the practice squad’s injured list.
On Tuesday, Beasley was reinstated from the injured list to the Giants’ practice squad, and New York released Sims
Sims spent the first five weeks of the 2023 season with the Giants without playing.
Each NFL team may elevate two practice squad members to active status per game.
In 2022, during his fifth season with the Washington Commanders, Sims had eight receptions for 89 yards while on the field for 328 offensive snaps and 244 special teams in 17 games.
Sims made Washington’s regular-season roster as an undrafted rookie in 2018, but the former Alabama receiver suffered a season-ending injury on kickoff of the first game.
Sims returned to catch 57 passes for 804 yards and three touchdowns in 54 games over the next four seasons before signing as a free agent with the Las Vegas Raiders in March.
Las Vegas released Sims by reducing its preseason roster to the limit of 53 active players for the regular season on August 29.
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