The Colts have added another player to their roster, signing safety David Sims, according to Kevin Bowen of Colts.com (via Twitter). While details of the contract haven’t been reported or announced, it figures to be a minimum-salary reserve/futures deal.
Sims, 27, appeared in 15 games for the Eagles during the 2012 season, including one start. However, he was cut by the team before the 2013 campaign. In Indianapolis, Sims may have a chance to earn a roster spot, considering the club has multiple defensive backs facing free agency, and didn’t have an elite secondary to begin with. The 5’9″ safety could also provide depth on special teams.