Ravens Sign David Mims

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens have swiped a player from the Kansas City Chiefs.

Tackle David Mims, who spent time on the Chiefs’ active roster and on the practice squad, was signed to a futures contract yesterday by the Baltimore Ravens.

The Report comes from Aaron Wilson:

The Ravens signed five players to reserve-future deals, including former Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle David Mims.Mims was on the active roster for Kansas City for five games as a rookie last season.

The 6-foot-8, 335-pounder played collegiately at Virginia Union.

Mims was a Pioli project. With Andy Reid likely to be named the next head coach of the Chiefs, players hand-picked by Pioli could be in danger, especially those that spend time at the bottom of the roster. Reid is a former offensive lineman and will likely be looking to bring his own brand of blocker up front.

Topics: Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs

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  • ArrowFan

    Please at least give Tanney a shot or at the very least an honest evaluation.

  • tm1946

    Liked him on potential alone but when you are 2-14 some fall thru the cracks. If Reid joins us this could be prevented in the future.

  • xxxlp

    The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Friday that the club and General Manager Scott Pioli have mutually agreed to part ways!!!!!!

  • Dagda1000

    This won’t be the last time we hear from Mims; he’ll develop into a contributor.

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