32-Year-Old Safety – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Brodney Pool in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Brodney Pool Contract Information:
Signed with Dallas in March of 2012.
Pool was released by the Cowboys on Monday, ESPN.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Brodney Pool.
Free agent safety joins the Cowboys as a veteran security blanket who's familiar with coordinator Rob Ryan's defense. He could end up starting, but don't look for big IDP numbers from him.
Pool will compete with Eric Smith for the starting safety job alongside Jim Leonhard.
Pool will hold down a starting safety spot in the Browns' new 3-4 scheme which will likely create a larger role for him. The problem is, he has had some trouble adapting to the new system and the Browns may be looking to bring in a smarter, more capable candidate to fill the position. He has also been known to pick up an injury or two throughout the course of the season, not boding well for Pool's case as an IDP candidate.
He will continue his role as the starting free safety.
Starting safety for the Browns. He continues to improve and may be a valuable IDP.
Pool will compete for a starting spot on the team's roster. The safety has a ton of potential and could very well earn the No. 1 position.
Pool, the 34th overall pick in the 2005 draft, should play a big role in the Browns' secondary. Many scouts had him ranked as the No. 1 safety and he probably would have been a first-round draft pick in 2006, rather than a second-round pick in 2005, had he not left college one year early.