32-Year-Old Defensive End – Free Agent
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Kamerion Wimbley in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2015 ADP: –
Kamerion Wimbley Contract Information:
Signed a restructured three-year deal worth $9 million with the Titans in April of 2014.
Wimbley has elected to retire as an NFL player, the Tennessean reports.
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Kamerion Wimbley: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Wimbley's new deal will pay him $9 million over the next three seasons, a significant paycut from the five-year, $35 million contract he signed back in 2012. However, with new coach Ken Whisenhunt expected to install a more suitable 3-4 defensive scheme, Wimbley could boost his salary through incentives. The 30-year-old enjoyed playing as a 3-4 outside linebacker during the first six seasons of his career, a span in which he recorded 42.5 sacks. However, since joining the Titans, Wimbley has managed just nine quarterback takedowns over a two year span.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Kamerion Wimbley.
Wimbley, who recorded just 11 tackles and three sacks last season, figures to work in a reserve outside linebacker role in 2014
Wimbley, in his second year of a five-year, $35 million deal, will serve as the Titans backup right defensive end after being demoted in training camp.
Wimbley will be the Raiders' starting strong side linebacker in 2010. He should be able to get to the quarterback a few times, and he will likely have a little more freedom and should set a career high in tackles.
Head coach Eric Mangini has made it a priority to turn Wimbley into the sack machine we saw in 2006. Either he will turn around and become a legit IDP candidate, or he will be considered a lost cause who had a flukey rookie season.
Will start at outside linebacker.
Starting outside linebacker for the Browns. He was named the Browns' player of the year last season and is a bonafide fantasy IDP. With one year of experience, he should be even better this year.
Will be a starting outside linebacker for the Browns. There are high expectations for the rookie to be an immediate impact on a team that ranked amongst the worst in terms of sacks in 2005.