33-Year-Old Cornerback – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Travis Daniels in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2015 ADP: –
Travis Daniels Contract Information:
Re-signed with the Chiefs in April of 2012.
The Chiefs have re-signed Daniels to provide depth at cornerback, the Kansas City Star reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Travis Daniels.
Daniels will compete for a roster spot in the cornerback depth chart.
Daniels will be a reserve cornerback if he is able to make the roster.
Daniels finished with 21 tackles and two passes defended in nine games after joining the Chiefs mid-season. He has impressive physical tools and looked excellent in Kansas City's offseason practices, but he's not expected to get the kind of playing time that would make him an IDP option.
Daniels has experience filling a reserve cornerback role in Miami and Cleveland and figures to occupy a similar spot in Kansas City. With several promising young cornerbacks ahead of him on the depth chart, Daniels is not expected to be an IDP factor.
Daniels will enter the season as the third or fourth player in Miami's pecking order at cornerback. It's unlikely he'll be in a position to post fantasy-relevant numbers at any point in 2008.
Daniels lost his job to injury in 2006, giving Andre Goodman the opportunity to impress as a pass defender in his stead. With Goodman trying to come back from shoulder surgery this offseason, Daniels may regain his job. In the six games he started last season, Daniels recorded at least seven total tackles three times; at that rate, he could be a decent fantasy option in 2007 until Goodman returns.
The 2005 fourth-round pick posted a solid rookie season, recording 62 total tackles and a team-leading 14 passes defensed. He'll start again in 2006 and should post at least equivalent numbers and maybe improve upon his lone interception from last season.