30-Year-Old Cornerback – Dallas Cowboys
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Scandrick surpassed Mo Claiborne on the depth chart last season, starting 15 games and putting up decent numbers (64 tackles, two INTs and two sacks). A healthy Claiborne could regain his starting rol...
2014 ADP: –
Bye Week: 11
Orlando Scandrick Contract Information:
Extended through 2018 by Dalls in December of 2013.
Scandrick -- who was not present Monday for the Cowboys' first voluntary workout this offseason -- plans to continue working out in California until the team address his contract, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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Orlando Scandrick: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)If a revised NFL drug policy is approved next week, it's expected that Scandrick would be reinstated and be eligible to play in Week 3, but he won't be on the Cowboys' active roster this weekend, with an agreement on the policy not yet finalized.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Veteran slot cornerback provides a steady inside presence for the Cowboys defense, but Scandrick has very limited IDP value.
"Backup" cornerback specializes in slot coverage, a role that gives him almost as many snaps as the starters given the number of three-wide sets around the NFL these days. Scandrick's steady, but he's not special.
Scandrick was a little more active out of the slot in the pass rush but otherwise his development seemed to stall, and the Cowboys will be looking for a better performance from him in 2011.
Taken in the fifth round in 2008 Scandrick proved to be a steal, matching first-round pick Mike Jenkins in performance. If Scandrick wins the competition for a starting spot between the two in camp, he has the skill set to be an IDP surprise.
Rookie will provide secondary and special teams depth if he sticks.