Lance LeGendre
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Injury Not Injury Related
2020 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Lance LeGendre in 2020. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Joins Ragin' Cajuns
Not Injury Related
January 21, 2021
LeGendre has committed to transfer to Louissiana, per his personal Twitter account.
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LeGendre served as Maryland's second-string quarterback in 2020, allowing him three appearances in which he threw for 91 yards on 11-of-14 passing with two interceptions. The former four-star recruit will no doubt hope to compete for a larger role at Louisiana-Lafayette.
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Enters transfer portal
QBNo Current School
December 23, 2020
LeGendre has entered the transfer portal, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports.
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Benched after two early picks
December 12, 2020
LeGendre was pulled after completing seven of 10 passes for 42 yards and two interceptions during the 27-24 loss to Rutgers on Saturday.
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Starting Saturday
December 12, 2020
LeGendre will start at quarterback in Saturday's game against Rutgers, Andy Kostka of the Washington Times reports.
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Beginning in backup role
October 24, 2020
LeGendre will begin the season as Maryland's backup quarterback, Emily Giambalvo of The Washington Post reports.
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No decision announced
October 20, 2020
Legendre is still competing with Taulia Tagovailoa for the starting job, Emily Giambalvo of The Washington Post reports.
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