34-Year-Old Safety – Indianapolis Colts
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Adams was a ten-year journeymen before signing with the Colts, but took over the starting strong safety role and responded with five interceptions and 87 tackles in 16 games and was named to the Pro B...
Mike Adams Contract Information:
Agreed to a two-year contract with the Colts in March of 2015.
Adams (ankle) had 11 total tackles and a tackle for a loss in Sunday's loss at Pittsburgh.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Adams is a reserve defensive back who may have a shot at playing time just because the Colts have few experienced players at safety.
Finished second on the team with 80 tackles last season and will be the Broncos' starting strong safety again this season.
Will start at free safety, taking over for the retired Brian Dawkins. He'll have big shoes to fill, although it was never a position that posted high IDP totals.
Will compete with Usama Young for time, but Young appears to be the favorite among the coaching staff.
Not a great IDP candidate as he does not pick up many interceptions and could begin the season coming off the bench. He will see some competition from hard hitting rookies TJ Ward and Larry Asante.
WIll see playing time in 2009, although nothing is guaranteed with the addition of Abram Elam to the roster.
Adams is a depth player that should see very little playing time in 2008.
Adams will compete for a starting position in the Browns' secondary.
Will battle Mark Roman and Chad Williams to be the starting free safety, Is expected to be the backup defensive back, at both safety and cornerback, and be used as the nickel back.