34-Year-Old Cornerback – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Corey Webster in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Corey Webster Contract Information:
Cut by the Giants in February of 2014.
The Giants have cut ties with Webster, the Daily News reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Corey Webster.
Webster's coming off the worst year of his career, one in which he was torched deep repeatedly during the season. As a result, he's likely to see more action this year, especially with Prince Amukamara developing into a star on the other side. Webster's not a great source of tackles, but the increased work could result in a extra interceptions and passes defensed.
Starting left cornerback, the best cover man on the team. Webster isn't a big tackler, but he did have six picks last year. It's likely second-year man Prince Amukamara will see most of the attention from opposing quarterbacks, further limiting Webster's value as an IDP.
Webster will be the team's starting left cornerback. He doesn't get a ton of attention from opposing QBs, and he's therefore not a great source of tackles. He did have four picks last year, but is only worth consideration in very deep IDP leagues.
Starting left cornerback - not a huge source of tackles or picks, but does a fine job in coverage.
Over the 2007 playoffs and 2008 season, Webster established himself as the team's best cover corner. As a result, most of the action will likely go to Aaron Ross' side, but Webster should still rack up 60-odd tackles and a couple picks.
Webster rebounded from a poor regular season to be a key player in the playoffs, guarding Randy Moss and Terrell Owens adequately. He's likely to begin the season in a reserve role, but could push Sam Madison for a starting cornerback job before long.
Webster will vie with Aaron Ross to keep his job as the starting left cornerback opposite Sam Madison. Webster's coverage skills need to improve for him to keep the job.
Webster will start at left cornerback opposite Sam Madison. Webster is a terrific athlete, but still a little raw, so it remains to be seen how productive he'll be, and whether he'll try coach Tom Coughlin's patience.
The rookie will push Will Allen for the starting left cornerback job, but most likely play in nickel packages.