Barry Sims
American football player
Barry Sims
Barry Sims is an American football offensive lineman who is currently a free agent of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Scottish Claymores in the 17th round of the NFL Europe Draft in 1999. He played college football at Utah. Sims played nine seasons for the Oakland Raiders prior to joining the 49ers.
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Ark. man unfit to stand trial in parents' killings
Fox News - almost 4 years
A man charged with killing his parents and abducting his sister has been committed to the Arkansas State Hospital after a judge found he was temporarily mentally unfit to stand trial. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Barry Sims ruled Monday that Antonio Whitlow should be committed indefinitely for treatment of mental illness. Whitlow was charged with capital murder and kidnapping after the July 2012 deaths of parents. He was later arrested in Memphis, Tenn., with his sister, who was 12 at the time. Whitlow was evaluated by doctors at the request of his attorneys, Kent Krause and Cheryl Barnard, to explore a possible insanity defense. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports (http://is.gd/Y3YR26 ) that Whitlow has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. A report from psychologists said Whitlow was paranoid and showed signs of psychosis.
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Maryland Man Believes Christmas Attack Was An Anti-Gay Hate Crime
Huffington Post - about 4 years
A number of Maryland lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights advocates have rallied in support of a local gay man allegedly attacked on Christmas Day in Baltimore. The Washington Blade reports that about 40 people gathered at the base of the Washington Monument in honor of Kenni Shaw, a 30-year-old East Baltimore man who claims to have bene beaten by at least five men while leaving a liquor store. "I was pinned down by punches," Shaw, a cosmetologist, told the Baltimore Sun about the incident. "It was so hard that I felt my lip and side face swell up immediately. I was trying to talk to these guys, but they weren't letting me talk." He went on to note, "I was just beaten in my face. Nothing was taken. No words were exchanged before the incident. So to me, I think it was a hate crime." Shaw told WBAL's Barry Simms that the only words he heard during the attack were, "If you would have had money, we would have robbed you." After the Dec. 25 attack, ...
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Larry Sims, freed by DNA, deserves to have name cleared even in death
Star Telegram- blogs - over 4 years
After serving 24 years, freed man died without being exonerated.
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Until death, Texas inmate tried to clear name
Doane Line - over 4 years
Former inmate Larry Sims died a free man, if not an innocent one in the eyes of the law. It wasn't enough for a man described by family and friends as a broken spirit who struggled to find work or hap
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Larry Sims, freed by DNA, deserves to have name cleared even in death
Star Telegram- blogs - over 4 years
After serving 24 years, freed man died without being exonerated.
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2011 NFL age ranks: Calling all graybeards - ESPN (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
They subtracted Takeo Spikes (34), Aubrayo Franklin (31 this week), Travis LaBoy (30), Brian Westbrook, Nate Clements (31), Brian Westbrook (32 next month), William James (32), Barry Sims (36) and Demetric Evans (32 next month)
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NFL Free Agency: Arizona Cardinals Still Need More Protection for Kevin Kolb - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
The free agent pickings are rather slim for general manager Rod Graves, whose two best replacement options would be former Oakland Raiders tackles Langston Walker and Mario Henderson along with Barry Sims of the San Francisco 49ers and Chester Pitts of
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Monte Poole: Assembling All-Decade team for Raiders/49ers - San Jose Mercury News
Google News - over 5 years
Hasn't played in a Pro Bowl, might never play in one, Staley still was a cut above Derrick Deese and Barry Sims. Left guard: Larry Allen (49ers 2006-07). No playoff appearances, but the future Hall of Famer's two fine seasons were one more than Steve
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49ers Training Camp Position Battles: Offensive Line - Niners Nation
Google News - over 5 years
It was reported earlier this week that San Francisco wasn't going to be bring Barry Sims back, instead they are going to go with Boone as the primary backup at the tackle position. If Anthony Davis struggles early on it isn't out of the realm of
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Center Jonathan Goodwin likes San Francisco 49ers' upbeat approach - San Jose Mercury News
Google News - over 5 years
Boone is slotted as the top backup at both tackle slots, formerly the role of Barry Sims, whom the 49ers haven't re-signed. Boone has made a noticeable transformation since arriving in 2009 as an undisciplined and undrafted free agent out of Ohio State
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Remaining 2011 NFL Free Agents: Are Any A Fit For The 49ers? - Niners Nation
Google News - over 5 years
The latest news is that offensive line coach Mike Solari informed Barry Sims he will not be back with the 49ers in 2011 and Alex Boone will be the primary backup at the tackle position. This pretty much means the 49ers' offensive line is set right now
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49ers notes: Boone gets chance to replace Sims - Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
Google News - over 5 years
The 49ers do not plan to bring back 12-year veteran Barry Sims, a free agent who started seven games at left tackle both of the past two seasons after injuries to starter Joe Staley. Offensive line coach Mike Solari told Boone this summer that this is
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Maiocco: Player-by-player look at 49ers offense - Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
Google News - over 5 years
Unsigned free agents: NT Aubrayo Franklin, S Dashon Goldson, OT Barry Sims, RB Brian Westbrook, DE Demetric Evans, CB Will James, QB Troy Smith, K Jeff Reed. SANTA CLARA -- We checked in earlier Tuesday with the 49ers' defense
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49ers Free Agent Barry Sims: What Is His Deal? - Niners Nation
Google News - over 5 years
Rather, I'm curious what people think of Barry Sims and what they see happening to Sims in free agency. We had some discussion last week about the offensive tackle position and free agency so we're treading on a similar topic
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Police Chief Discusses Department's Future - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Cable Advisory Committee members Jenny McGee and Barry Sims came before the board to discuss the Comcast license renewal process. Holliston Cable Access Television's current license expires in 2013, but Sims and McGee wanted to start the process as
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REALTORS® Visit Beacon Hill To Push for Increased Licensing Requirements for ... - Sacramento Bee
Google News - over 5 years
... Susan Phillips, John Ranco, John Reilly, Maria Reilly, D. Gary Rogers, Stephen Sarkis, Andrew Sarno, Joseph Schutt, Barbara Shea, Robert Shortsleeve, Barry Sims, Inez Steele, Ruth Teague, Janis Urbanek, Richard Walsh, David Wluka, and Paul Yorkis
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Know Your Enemy: Recon From Around the NFC West - Field Gulls
Google News - over 5 years
Barry Sims, the primary back up over the last couple years, is a free agent; San Francisco will have to find a replacement for him or attempt to retain his services. I doubt San Francisco is going to take a look at the most heralded free agent tackles,
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Maiocco: Goldson is 49ers' toughest FA decision - Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
Google News - over 5 years
OT Barry Sims: Performed well for a second year in a row when left tackle Joe Staley was injured. He's a nice insurance policy. LB Travis LaBoy: The pass-rush specialist might have some options. CG Tony Wragge: Seeing that the 49ers drafted two players
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Barry Sims
    THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 35
    Following the 2010 season Sims was not resigned by the 49ers.
    More Details Hide Details Barry is an avid golfer who also enjoys hiking, cycling, and skiing. Sims lives with his wife Shae in the San Francisco Bay Area. They are very active in a variety of charitable activities, including Foster a Dream, which supports Northern California foster youth and Special Olympics of Northern California.
  • 2008
    Age 33
    Sims was signed by the San Francisco 49ers on June 23, 2008 primarily as a veteran back-up tackle, however Sims has been called on to start at both left and right tackle positions, with 8 starts at LT during the 2009 season ably filling in for regular LT starter Joe Staley.
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    On February 29, 2008 Sims was subsequently released by the Raiders to meet upcoming salary cap requirements.
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  • 2007
    Age 32
    During the 2007 season, Sims competed with top draft pick Robert Gallery to regain his position as the starter at left tackle.
    More Details Hide Details He was also named a team captain during that season as the longest tenured starter on the team.
  • 2006
    Age 31
    During the 2006 season Sims moved inside to left guard.
    More Details Hide Details He was injured during his 7th game and sidelined for the rest of the season, thereby snapping a 67 game consecutive start streak.
  • 2005
    Age 30
    During the 2005 season Sims was the only member of the offensive line to play every snap from scrimmage through 16 league games.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 29
    He started the entire 2004 season at LT and was co-recipient of the 2004 Commitment to Excellence Award which exemplifies the Pride and Spirit of the Oakland Raiders.
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  • 1999
    Age 24
    The Oakland Raiders picked Sims up as a free agent during training camp in 1999.
    More Details Hide Details He broke into the starting lineup at left tackle in his 5th game facing off against All Pro Bruce Smith.
    He played there in the spring of 1999.
    More Details Hide Details Sims was inducted into the Scottish Claymores Hall of Fame in 2004.
    He was drafted by the Scottish Claymores in the 17th round of the NFL Europe Draft in 1999.
    More Details Hide Details He played college football at Utah. Sims played nine seasons for the Oakland Raiders prior to joining the 49ers. Sims lettered in football, basketball and track at Park City High School (Utah). He was all-League as a two-way lineman. In basketball, Sims played forward and center as well as participated in track as a shot putter, high jumper, and long jumper. On October 15, 2009 Sims' #72 Park City Miners Football jersey was the first ever to be retired at that school. Sims played two years at the University of Utah after transferring there from Dixie Junior College where he was named "Most Improved Player." He earned a BS in Sociology from the U and finished with All WAC honors. Sims has,, played in 152 NFL games with 133 starts, seven playoff starts, two Conference Championships and one Super Bowl appearance.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on December 1, 1974.
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