38-Year-Old Cornerback – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Andre Goodman in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
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Cut by Denver in April of 2012.
Denver cut Goodman on Friday, DenverBroncos.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Andre Goodman.
Will start at cornerback opposite Champ Bailey, which means he should see plenty of passes thrown his way. Goodman played in only eight games last year, but he's back to health now and with an improved pass rush, could see more interceptions than in years past.
Goodman was the Broncos' starting right cornerback in 2009 and he should have the same role in 2010. While he has snagged five interceptions in each of the past two seasons, Goodman will probably not be close to contending for the League-lead anytime soon.
Goodman enters 2009 after setting a career high with five interceptions in 2008 as a Dolpin. The Broncos defense struggled mightily in 2008 and Goodman was one of a number of pieces brought in during the offseason to turn things around. Goodman replaces Dre Bly opposite Champ Bailey as the starting cornerbacks and should see plenty of action as very few quarterbacks throw in Bailey's direction.
Goodman will be used as a nickelback behind Will Allen and Michael Lehan. He could push Lehan for playing time.
Goodman started much of the 2006 season at right corner in place of an injury-plagued Travis Daniels. According to KC Joyner, just 27 of the 58 passes thrown in Goodman's direction in 2006 (46.5 percent) were caught or called defensive pass interference -- ninth-best among NFL cornerbacks. Intangibles won't help fantasy owners, however, as Goodman averaged less than three total tackles per game without any interceptions in 2006. Heading into 2007, Goodman's value is further hurt by his status as trying to return from shoulder surgery. It's uncertain whether he'll return in time for the start of the season, but he definitely won't be ready for the start of training camp. In the mean time, Daniels will resume his old job.
Goodman broke out in the second half last season, recording 47 tackles and three interceptions in eight starts, but he's probably no more than a nickle corner right now, with Travis Daniels and Will Allen fairly entrenched in their starting roles.
Goodman will provide depth to a strong set of cornerbacks that includes Dre Bly, Fernando Bryant, and R.W. McQuarters.