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Ed Hartwell

36-Year-Old Linebacker – Free Agent

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2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

There was no outlook written for Ed Hartwell in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

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HT: 6'01    WT: 250   DOB: 5/27/1978  College: Western Illinois Uni  Show ContractHide Contract

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Released by Raiders in August of 2008.

May 7, 2008  –  Ed Hartwell News

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Hartwell agreed to join the Raiders on Tuesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Hartwell has been released by the Bengals.

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Hartwell will move to weak side linebacker for the Bengals in their 4-3 defense, as opposed to his customary inside spot, the Cincinnati Post reports.

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The Bengals have signed Hartwell to a one-year deal, the Cincinnati Post reports.

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Hartwell, who was recently cut by the Falcons, remains on the Patriots' radar, the Boston Herald reports.

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The Patriots have shown strong interest in Hartwell, who was cut by the Falcons last Friday, the Boston Herald reports.

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The Falcons released Hartwell on Friday, the Associated Press reports.

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The Falcons will likely wait until after the team's minicamp and possibly even training camp, before making a decision on Hartwell's future with the club, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

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Hartwell (knees) played in just eight games in 2006, tallying 41 total tackles and one sack.

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Hartwell (knee) is active for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia.

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Hartwell (knees) was added to the injury report on Thursday, but returned to practice Friday and should play against the Eagles in Week 17, the team's official site reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Ed Hartwell.

2008

Hartwell will be the backup middle linebacker.

2007

Hartwell will move to the weakside linebacker spot for head coach Marvin Lewis, who was actually his defensive coordinator during his rookie season in Baltimore. In deep IDP leagues, Hartwell could be a nice cheap source of tackles in the final rounds if he stays healthy.

2006

The Falcons' starting middle linebacker returns and should be a run-stopping, tackling machine once again this season.

2005

The key to projecting Hartwell lies not with his mediocre past two seasons next to Ray Lewis on the inside of Baltimore’s 3-4 scheme, but the 103 solo tackles and three sacks he logged in 2002 when Lewis went down with an injury. Given the chance, Hartwell can produce with the best of them, and he’s now the lone middleman in Atlanta’s 4-3 lineup, playing next to Keith Brooking in last year’s most prolific sack squad. Hartwell was the most coveted free agent linebacker for a reason and may benefit more than any other defender from an offseason move.

2004

Hartwell will enter camp as the starting strong side linebacker.

2003

Last season Hartwell entrenched himself as the every down starter at left inside linebacker. In a season where the Ravens lost perennial pro bowler Ray Lewis for the final 11 games, Hartwell stepped up and lead the team in tackles (191) and solo tackles (125). He also contributed three sacks. With Lewis back at full strength, Hartwell's individual tackles will decrease, but the team defense will be improved.