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Sims-Walker is now a second tier free agent wide receiver after not re-signing with the Jags

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner/Sr. Writer

Mike Sims-Walker has to find a new job.

The former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver was informed by the team that they will no re-signing him. Sims-Walker is a free agent and will not be returning to Jacksonville in 2011.

Sims-Walker made the announcement on Twitter that he’s leaving the team, saying, “Sorry to say my time is up in Jacksonville.”

Sims-Walker did not get along with the coaching staff in 2010, and towards the end of the season, many expected this move would be made.He is in the second tier of free agent wide receivers. He is a talented, but extremely brittle play maker.

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