35-Year-Old Linebacker – Free Agent
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Teddy Lehman in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2017 ADP: –
Teddy Lehman Contract Information:
Released by the Jaguars in September of 2010.
Lehman agreed to a contract with the Jaguars on Tuesday, the team's official website reports.
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Teddy Lehman: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Teddy Lehman.
Lehman will battle for a roster spot in training camp.
Reserve linebacker. 17 solo tackles, 10 assists in 2007.
After a very successful rookie year in which he recorded 120 tackles, Lehman has missed most of the past two years with a frustrating series of injuries. He enters camp healthy, but behind Paris Lenon on the middle linebacker depth chart. He will push to get his job back.
Lehman is still nursing a foot injury suffered last season. When healthy, he projects as the starting strong side linebacker alongside Boss Bailey and Ernie Sims. He won't have much impact as an IDP from the linebacker position.
Lehman can play all three linebacker positions, had 120 tackles last year, and started all 16 games as a rookie. Lehman will be a star in this league eventually, and he will take another step towards that stature this season.
Although the majority of the excitement during the 2004 NFL Draft was generated on the offensive side of the ball, the Lions might have found themselves a keeper on defense in Lehman. He has perhaps the best chance of any rookie, on offense or defense, to come in and make an immediate impact considering the Lions starting weakside linebacker from a season ago, Barrett Green, and his backup, Jeff Gooch, left as free agents.