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AP: Simms agrees to one-year contract with Buccaneers


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Simms agrees to one-year contract with Buccaneers


TAMPA, Fla. -- Quarterback Chris Simms agreed to a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wednesday.

The signing comes two days before Simms would have become a restricted free agent and allows the Bucs to keep the quarterback who started the last 10 games in the 2005 season after Brian Griese went down with a knee injury.

Simms, drafted by the Bucs in 2003, won six of his 10 starts and led the team to an NFC South championship. He completed 191-of-313 passes for 2,035 yards, 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

In a playoff game against Washington, the 25-year-old Simms set team postseason records by completing 25 passes on 38 attempts.

IN A LOSS! :point2sky

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