32-Year-Old Cornerback – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Reggie Corner in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Reggie Corner Contract Information:
Waived from IR with injury settlment by the Jaguars in October of 2012.
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Reggie Corner: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Reggie Corner.
The Jags are loaded depth-wise in the secondary, but Corner's experience makes him an interesting candidate to stick around at corner, especially with Rashean Mathis' health a question mark.
With the Bills drafting CB Aaron Williams early in the second round and re-signing Drayton Florence, Corner looks like he might be the fifth and final cornerback to make the squad. Corner played about 40 percent of the defensive snaps last season, but that will almost certainly go down with Williams in the fold. UPDATE: Corner was released in the September cutdowns, beaten out for the final CB spot.
Corner has really started to come on strong since being a fourth-rounder in 2008. However, he'll still probably stay in a reserve role in 2010, as he's more of a No. 4 guy behind the three corners ahead of him -- Terrence McGee, Leodis McKelvin and Drayton Florence. When he does see the field with more regularity due to injuries, he's a good tackler, evidenced by his 67 in 2009.
Corner, a fourth-rounder from the 2008 draft, continues to develop nicely and was one of the Bills' best defenders throughout offseason practices. He looks certain to make the team, and he'll compete for the No. 3 cornerback job with Drayton Florence and Ashton Youboty. He'd also be considered for a starting corner spot if Terrence McGee or Leodis McKelvin were to get hurt.
Corner will battle for a spot in Buffalo’s dime defense behind Terrence McGee, Jabari Greer and fellow rookie Leodis McKelvin. He was a ballhawk at Akron, but won’t see enough time this season to post any useful fantasy numbers.