26-Year-Old Safety – Tennessee Titans
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
After spending his first four seasons with the Bills, Searcy joined the Titans this offseason with an eye on their starting strong safety position. Over his last two years in Buffalo, Searcy registere...
Da'Norris Searcy Contract Information:
Signed with the Titans in March of 2015.
Searcy left Friday's game with a knee injury and his return is questionable, Dave Skretta of the Associated Press reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Searcy will likely pair with Aaron Williams at safety for the Bills this year in an effort to replace the production that left with Jairus Byrd's free agency departure.
The team did pick up two safeties in the draft, but those were in the later rounds and all indications have Searcy opening the season as a starting safety, across from the highly capable Jairus Byrd. In 2012, Searcy had 35 tackles, two forced fumbles, one pass defensed, and no interceptions filling in behind George Wilson, but those totals appear primed to receive a big boost in his third NFL season.
A fourth-round pick in 2011, Searcy had a pretty decent rookie season, starting three games and totaling 34 tackles and a pick. He'll make the team in 2012, the problem is there's no starting role for him unless George Wilson or Jairus Byrd were to get injured.
Rookie fourth-rounder from North Carolina. The Bills like his skill-set, but their starting spots are already well set, so he'll likely make the team as a backup and be asked to play a major role on special teams.