Washington's Steven Sims (toe) activated from injured reserve, expected to play in Week 9
According to JP Finlay, Washington Football Team wide receiver Steven Sims (toe) will be activated from injured reserve.
Sims is expected to play in Week 9's divisional matchup against the New York Giants after sitting out four games with a toe injury. In a good matchup against numberFire's 30th ranked pass defense, our models project Sims to see 5.1 targets at the FanDuel salary of $4,600.
Sims' Week 9 projection includes 3.1 receptions for 35.1 yards.
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