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|2014 Season - Dave Richard||62||0||2||0||7||3||0||0|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|Concussion confirmed for Calvin Pryor |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(7/27/14) Jets first-round pick Calvin Pryor sustained a concussion in Saturday's practice, reports the New York Post. The safety out of Louisville suffered the injury on a kickoff drill.
|Top pick Calvin Pryor getting examined for concussion |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(7/26/14) Jets rookie free safety Calvin Pryor, who had a strong minicamp, is being evaluated for a head injury sustained in practice Saturday, per the New York Post. He was hurt while serving as a personal protector in practice.
The extent of the problem remains unknown for the first-round pick and former University if Louisville standout. Rex Ryan has said it has yet to be determined if Pryor has a concussion.
|Jets sign rookie Calvin Pryor |
|by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(6/2/14) The Jets announced Monday that they have signed rookie safety Calvin Pryor.
"You talk about a passionate guy and the enthusiasm and everything else — you'll see it," said head coach Rex Ryan. "When he gets out there you'll see it. But yeah, (he) will have a few wisdom teeth removed. So he's going to miss a few days."
In three collegiate seasons at Louisville, Pryor totaled 218 tackles, seven interceptions and 14 pass defenses.
"They brought me here for a reason," he said during rookie camp. "With the 18th pick, I have to come in here and get respect from the older guys and the vets, and I feel like I have to just earn their respect and earn everything. Right now, that's what I'm focused on, just learning the system so I'll be ready to go."
|Calvin Pryor a good fit, but will the numbers show it? |
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(5/9/14) Jets coach Rex Ryan said soon after drafting Calvin Pryor that he sees him stepping in right away to help the team at free safety. That's not a bad place to be for Pryor, who was a tackling machine with Louisville. He also had seven interceptions and 18 passes defensed over three seasons.
The Jets have produced good, not great, safeties for Fantasy purposes over the years thanks in part to their strong run defense. It might mean Pryor will have to put up some strong numbers against the pass to be a great Fantasy option. If we assume 80 total tackles, 10 passes defensed, two interceptions and a couple of forced fumbles then he could work as a low-end No. 3 defensive back. Pryor is worth a middle- to late-round pick in seasonal and long-term formats and is a late second/early third rounder in rookie-only drafts.
|The Jets drafted rookie free safety Calvin Pryor in the first round of the NFL Draft from Louisville. Pryor has the chance to start in Week 1 ahead of Antonio Allen, and he should be considered a sleeper in deeper IDP leagues. He finished his career at Louisville with seven interceptions, and he's a big hitter in the secondary with good speed. Keep an eye on Pryor in training camp, and he could be worth a late-round flier in IDP leagues. In rookie-only formats, Pryor should be considered a No. 2 defensive back.
(Updated 5/28/14) |