28-Year-Old Cornerback – New Orleans Saints
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Lewis had a superb year in his first season in New Orleans, recording 47 tackles, nine pass defenses and four interceptions, solidifying his spot as one of the better corners in the game. Lewis has al...
2014 ADP: –
Bye Week: 6
Keenan Lewis Contract Information:
Signed a five-year, $26 million deal with the Saints in March of 2013.
Lewis (knee) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Ravens, the Saints' official site reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)He was a limited participant in Saturday's practice, but should be able to take the field Monday night against the Ravens.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Lewis had a breakout season in 2012 for the Steelers, breaking up an NFL-best 23 passes while recording 71 tackles and a forced fumble. After signing as a free agent with the Saints this offseason, Lewis will start and immediately becomes the team's best cornerback. From a fantasy standpoint, however, that is not necessarily a good thing as opposing quarterbacks will likely target either Jabari Greer or Patrick Robinson opposite him, reducing Lewis' opportunities to post meaningful fantasy stats.
Pittsburgh liked Lewis' 2011 performance enough to part with Bryant McFadden and William Gay. Lewis should find himself in the mix for playing time this season.
Keenan got his first taste of life in the NFL in 2009, but did not see much time on the field. He will again have a limited role in 2010 since the Steelers brought back Bryant McFadden to start at corner.
Lewis is physical corner in the mold of Ike Taylor, which is why the Steelers drafted him in the third round of the 2009 draft. The team needs depth in the secondary, so he will compete for a reserve spot among cornerbacks.