The Orlando Sentinel reports that Bucs QB Chris Simms has been at the Bucs' facility all offseason long, working on building muscle, adapting to the playbook and watching plenty of film of himself.
Moreover, the team is happy that he's not getting caught up in being the Bucs quarterback and is instead focusing on the coming season.
"He's such an unbelievable, innocent guy," head coach Jon Gruden said. "He
just doesn't have any negatives, intangible-wise. It's really refreshing to be
Analysis: Simms is a deep sleeper for 2006. He has the potential to toss for 250-to-300 yards per game. The fact that the Bucs' receivers are the same, and the addition of Maurice Stovall, and David Boston helps Simms' fantasy value, also and that the line is stronger. Simms just might be a quality Fantasy option by the end of the 2006 season, but to be safe, consider him a No. 3 Fantasy QB for the time being.