31-Year-Old Defensive End – Indianapolis Colts
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Kendall Langford in 2017. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Kendall Langford Contract Information:
Signed a contract with the Colts in March of 2015.
Langford (knee) will begin training camp on the Colts' preseason Physically Unable to Perform list, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Kendall Langford.
Though Langford has never missed a game in his seven-year career, he underwent a knee scope in early August and is questionable to start Week 1. However, with Arthur Jones suspended for the first four games of the regular season, and Henry Anderson also suspect for the season-opener, Langford could secure a starting role off-the-bat if he can get his health in order. In such an event, Langford could very well improve upon his seven-sack 2015 campaign and prevent the Colts' defensive line from falling into complete shambles during the first quarter of the 2016 season.
The 6-6, 313-pounder provides the Colts' defensive line with a much-needed big body. Langford, who has yet to miss a game in seven NFL seasons, recorded 25 tackles and a sack for the Rams in 2014.
Langford and fellow defensive tackle Michael Brockers are two of the better pass-rushing defensive tackles out there, as Langford had five sacks and 49 tackles in 2013. Although the Rams drafted DT Aaron Donald in the first round, Langford should remain the starter for at least 2014.
Langford registered 27 tackles and two sacks as the starter at left defensive tackle in 2012. He's a solid DT but doesn't put up numbers to make any noise as an IDP.
Langford will start alongside rookie Michael Brockers on the interior of the club's defensive line.
Langford had three sacks and 33 tackles for the Dolphins last season, but in a 3-4 defense his job is to tie up blockers so that the linebackers can make the play, so his IDP value is limited at best.
The Dolphins love to rotate their defensive ends in and out of the rotation thus keeping them fresh. Langford will once again be part of this rotation.
Not much of an IDP player as for the entire 2008 season only had 31 tackles and two sacks. Could be someone the Dolphins move all over the line rather than have a set position.
Langford will likely be utilized as a reserve defensive end, although Jason Taylor's departure could open up some extra time at the position.