33-Year-Old Fullback – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Mike Karney in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2015 ADP: –
Mike Karney Contract Information:
Released by the Rams in February of 2011.
Karney will visit with the Seahawks on Wednesday, ESPN's John Clayton reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Mike Karney.
Karney is back as the club's starting fullback in 2010 but after two straight horrible, injury filled seasons we see no reason to get excited.
Karney finally gives the Rams a legitimate fullback to lead for starting RB Steven Jackson. He won't get the ball much, either on the ground or through the air, so his fantasy worth will only be realized through how many touchdowns Jackson gets in short yardage situations at the goal line.
Karney is a solid lead blocker, and has the Saints starting fullback job locked up. He has virtually no fantasy value, however, rushing for just 17 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries last season.
After going the first 43 games of his NFL career without reaching the endzone, Karney had a miraculous Week 14 in 2006, rushing for a score and catching two touchdown passes. Despite the one-week aberration, Karney still managed just 33 yards rushing all season and has no fantasy value as the team's starting fullback heading into 2007.
Karney is a solid blocking fullback who should lead Deuce McAllister and Reggie Bush into the end zone many times this season. With the Saints depth at running back, however, he is unlikely to get more than a handful of carries in 2006.
Karney is considered by many to be the top fullback of the 2004 draft. He will compete with with Sam Gash and Dan Curran for the starting job.