23-Year-Old Cornerback – Buffalo Bills
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
After being a high draft pick and having a strong rookie season, Gilmore took a step back in 2013. Now entering his third season, Gilmore is still entrenched as a starter and will have a chance to pr...
Stephon Gilmore Contract Information:
Signed a four-year deal with the Bills in May of 2012. The deal will pay him about $12 million. The Bills hold a team option for a fifth year.
Gilmore, who struggled with a wrist injury all of last season, is unlimited in training camp and feels far better than any point of his 2013 campaign, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said the third-year cornerback, "It feels good. That was my first time ever having surgery and getting hurt so it feels good to be back to myself and be out there having fun and be playing how I know how to play. It helped me out a lot. Iíve never struggled like that before when I had that surgery on my hand so it helped me out a lot. It humbled me and I feel good now so Iím ready to go help this team win.Ē
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Stephon Gilmore: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)The procedure is believed to have been performed on Gilmore's hip, though the third-year corner plans to start ramping up those activities soon and doesn't seem like much of a health risk this summer. With Gilmore, Leodis McKelvin, and free-agent acquisition Corey Graham, the Bills sit pretty well at the CB position heading into 2014.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Gilmore established himself as the Bills' top corner as a rookie last season, recording 61 tackles (52 solo), 16 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one interception.
The No. 10 pick in the 2012 draft, the rookie will have a legitimate chance to start in his first season. The two starting CB spots are thought to be between Gilmore, Aaron Williams, Terrence McGee, and Leodis McKelvin, though the first two are thought to be the early favorites. Gilmore isn't incredibly quick and doesn't have speedy hips, but his size and straightaway speed rate really high and he plays a physical game the Bills should be able to utilize for years.