New York was good to Phil Simms. Now his son will try and make his mark on the Big Apple.
New York City jurors have acquitted Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms in his driving-while-high case.
Jurors should soon get to debate the driving-while-high case against Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms. Closing arguments are set for Wednesday in the New York City misdemeanor case.
A childhood friend of Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms has told a jury the player wasn’t smoking marijuana before being pulled over in New York City.
Chris Simms, son of former Giants legend Phil Simms, will fight to clear himself and defend his rights and reputation after being charged with driving while high on marijuana, one of his lawyers said Tuesday.
Simms rejected prosecutors’ offer Friday to let him plead guilty to driving while impaired. After Simms turned down the offer, a judge set a March 1 trial date.
Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms can’t keep the admissions police say he made about smoking marijuana from being used in his drugged-driving case, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Free-agent quarterback Chris Simms has pleaded not guilty to charges he drove his car while high on marijuana.
Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms needs to add a new date to his 2010 season: an October trial in his New York City drugged-driving case.