27-Year-Old Defensive Tackle – Dallas Cowboys
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Melton played just three games last season due to a torn ACL, but prior to the injury he was a disruptive force at defensive tackle for the Bears (13 sacks over two seasons). If he returns to full hea...
Henry Melton Contract Information:
Agreed to a one-year, $5 million contract with the Cowboys in March 2014. The deal includes a three-year, $25 million option.
Melton recorded his first sack as a Cowboy during Sunday's win over the Saints.
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Henry Melton: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)According to Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones, Melton played through the issue for most of the game but finished with just one tackle. The team's big free-agent addition has yet to make much of an impact in Dallas.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)It's been almost 12 months since Melton's seen any game action after he tore his ACL last season, so it might take him some time to get back up to speed and be ready for every-down duty.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)It'll be the second preseason game he's missed. Although the injury isn't directly related to his knee surgery, it's now a little more uncertain whether Melton will be ready for Week 1.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Melton parlayed a breakout six-sack, 44-tackle campaign into a franchise tender, earning him a lucrative one-year, $8.5 million deal. It's unclear how much room for growth he has, but with 13 sacks over the last two seasons, he's proven to be one of the better pass-rushing defensive tackles in the game today.
The sky continues to be the limit for Melton, as the coaching staff cannot stop singing his praises. While he did seem to disappear at times last year, a full offseason can only further his development this year.
Melton showed impressive flashes in 2010 giving the Bears high hopes for the new season. Consequently, Melton is lining up as the starting under tackle for Bears during camp, a position which the team is suddenly very deep at.