30-Year-Old Offensive Tackle – New York Jets
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
Ferguson will return to anchor the offensive line as the starter at left tackle....
2013 ADP: –
Bye Week: 10
D'Brickashaw Ferguson Contract Information:
Agreed to a six-year, $60 million contract extension with the Jets in July 2010. The deal includes includes $34.8 million in guaranteed money.
Ferguson was given a six-year $60 million contract extension by the Jets on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Ferguson, 6-6 and 305 lbs with 5.07 speed, is the best O-lineman in the draft and will be given the responsibility to protect the backside of Jets QBs Chad Pennington and Patrick Ramsey as their new left tackle. Ferguson is said to have great feet, is very mobile and has a great work ethic matched by oustanding character intangibles.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Since 2006, Ferguson has started every game at left tackle and he'll be there again this season.
Ferguson will continue to start at left tackle for the Jets' powerful offensive line
Starting left tackle for the Jets.
He was supposed to be a franchise blocking sled when he was drafted; so far, we've seen mediocre returns. Perhaps Brick will blossom now that Alan Faneca has been brought in to anchor the New York line.
Ferguson isn't considered a dominant run blocker, but he's supremely talented in pass protection and the Jets will start him on day one, barring something strange happening in camp. It will be a surprise if he's not a capable NFL starter, if not a star, very quickly.