The Cleveland Browns made a trade on Friday night. The Browns dealt safety David Sims to the Philadelphia Eagles for a conditional 2013 draft pick.
Eagles acquire S David Sims from Cleveland for a conditional draft pick in 2013. To make room on (cont) tl.gd/j4554t— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 1, 2012
Sims was reportedly released by the Browns earlier on Friday, but they instead were able to find a trade partner. The pick is likely to be based on how much Sims plays for the Eagles -- if he sees the field at all.
Sims is an undrafted free agent from Iowa State. In order to make room for Sims, the Eagles cut guard Julian Vandervelde.
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