Charles Sims wants to teleport to the endzone

Another interview from the NFLPA rookie premiere, with Dan Rubenstein sitting down with Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Charles Sims.

When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers picked running back Charles Sims in the third round of the 2014 NFL draft, people seemed a bit disappointed. Not because of Sims, but just because of the position he played. He can't play guard! Blasphemy!

This interview should help Bucs fans warm up to the man, though. Sims was laying on the floor when the Buccaneers called to draft him, for some reason, but that baby albino tiger he wants as a pet wasn't there to help him. These rookies love their big cats as pets -- I just hope they don't go out and actually buy one.

Charles Sims also discusses how the Bucs will use him, interactions with his teammates, what he knows about Tampa (not much -- that seems be a theme among rookies), his favorite superpower, his favorite website, his fear of snakes (Josh Freeman frowns) and more.

As with Mike Evans and Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Charles Sims seems like a really cool guy. It's fun to have some personable rookies on the team, even if we're probably rarely going to see them off the field from now on.

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