25-Year-Old Fullback – Kansas City Chiefs
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Sherman, who will be the starting fullback for the Chiefs this season, doesn't offer a ton of fantasy upside after carrying the the ball just twice, while catching 18 passes for 155 yards for the team...
2014 ADP: –
Bye Week: 6
Anthony Sherman Contract Information:
Signed a four-year deal with the Cardinals in July of 2011.
Sherman toted the ball one time for four yards and caught a pass for one yard against the Dolphins on Sunday.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Sherman will compete for a roster spot at fullback.
Will start at fullback in 2012, but is on a team that doesn't often utilize the fullback on offense. Sherman caught eight passes and carried the ball once last year, and with more healthy running backs in the Cards' backfield this year, Sherman may see even less than that this season.
Sherman, who blazed the path for RB Jordan Todman's 3,179-yard career at UConn, will provide fullback depth as a rookie but will eventually unseat Reagan Maui'a at the top of the depth chart. He won't make a fantasy impact, but he'll look to turn things around for 2010's 32nd-ranked rushing attack.