Chargers sign Wes Sims

The San Diego Chargers signed sixth-round draft pick Wes Sims to a three-year deal on Wednesday.
June 22, 2005

Wilson on Wes Sims: "Impact player"

The Chargers were very fortunate to find Wes Sims available in the sixth round. A four-year starter who played left tackle for a big-time program such as Oklahoma simply shouldn't be available that late in the draft. But for whatever reason Sims slid, and the Chargers couldn't be happier about it.
June 9, 2005

Training Camp Battle Preview: Backup guard

During training camp this fall, Kris Dielman and Wes Sims will be battling for the job as the top reserve guard. Because each of the team's back-up centers (Scott Mruczkowski, Bob Hallen and David Brandt) can play guard as well, the team will likely keep only one true guard who is a non-starter, and Sims can play tackle.
May 31, 2005

Chargers draft recap: day two

The Chargers were pleased to shore up the defense with their first two picks in the NFL Draft and focused solely on the offense on day two. After the selection of Darren Sproles, they picked three offensive linemen, starting at offensive tackle and working their way inside with a guard and center.
April 25, 2005

Chargers tab Wes Sims in the sixth

With their sixth round selection, 177th overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers selected Wes Sims, an offensive guard out of Oklahoma.
April 24, 2005