27-Year-Old Defensive End – Chicago Bears
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Houston was one of Oakland's best players in 2013, yet the Bears managed to lure him away in free agency with a five-year, $35 million deal. Listed at 6-3, 300-pounds, Houston is an end/tackle tweener...
Lamarr Houston Contract Information:
Signed a five-year, $35 million contract with the Bears in March of 2014.
Houston, who signed a five-year contract with the Bears on Tuesday, figures to see most of his duties on the outside during the upcoming season, ESPN Chicago reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Houston, who racked up 69 tackles and a career-high six sacks for the Raiders in 2013, bolsters a Chicago pass rush that seems poised to lose Julius Peppers.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Houston lacks pass-rushing ability as an oversized defensive end, but he nonetheless managed to find ballcarriers with a high frequency in 2012. His 67 tackles were a lofty total for a defensive lineman, and his 51 stops from the year prior were a respectable figure, too. While Houston should again approach the 60-tackle mark in 2013, he's not especially consistent – 27 of his tackles came from three games last year, leaving just 40 tackles for the other 13.
Raiders' starting left defensive end.
Houston will be a reserve defensive lineman for the Raiders in 2010. He has the quickness to play end and the size to play tackle, but he won't see enough snaps to be worthy of an IDP selection. He's a guy who should make a bigger impact down the road.