22-Year-Old Safety – New York Jets
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
The Jets surprisingly made Pryor the first safety selected in the 2014 draft, taking him 18th overall despite having the chance to take the more heralded Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Given their major investmen...
Calvin Pryor Contract Information:
Signed a four-year, $8.563 million contract with the Jets in June of 2014.
Pryor (concussion) won't practice Wednesday, ESPN reports.
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Calvin Pryor: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Pryor sat out of Sunday’s practice because of the injury, and will now have to go through the league mandated concussion protocol before returning to action. There’s never a good timetable for concussion injuries like Pryor’s, but there’s no reason to think that it will cost him any games this season.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Pryor left Saturday's practice, and will likely undergo testing for a concussion. After going 18th overall in May's draft, he's expected to step in as a starter from day one.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Pryor was selected 18th overall in last month's NFL Draft and figures to start at safety in Week 1 for the Jets. With good range in coverage and powerful downhill tackling ability, he's a player that certainly fits the Rex Ryan mold on defense. His talent and expected starting role should give Pryor considerable IDP value as a rookie.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)The Jets needed help at safety, and Pryor is the headhunting sort of physical presence that fits well in Rex Ryan's aggressive style of defense. Pryor will almost certainly earn a starting role in a hasty fashion with the Jets, and as a result he'll likely be an immediate IDP consideration.
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