32-Year-Old Offensive Guard – Atlanta Falcons
2018 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Andy Levitre in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2018 ADP: –
Bye Week: 8
Andy Levitre Contract Information:
Signed a six-year, $46.8 million contract with the Titans in March of 2013. Traded to the Falcons in September of 2015.
Levitre (triceps) is still in recovery from triceps and knee injuries, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "He's making a push (to return)," head coach Dan Quinn said Tuesday. "Our goal would be at the end of minicamp. I'm not saying he'll play at that spot, but he's making a push to be ready right around then. He was dealing with his knee and triceps. He's really put in good work. I'm excited about where he's been over the last six weeks. When you see those big jumps take place, that's certainly happened with him."
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Andy Levitre.
A candidate to start at left guard.
The 6-2, 305-pound Levitre will open the 2014 campaign as for Tennessee's starting left guard.
Levitre enters 2013 fresh off signing a huge $46.8 million deal, and hopes that his balky knee holds up throughout training camp. If healthy, he'll start at left guard for the Titans, and be a key blocker for the Tennessee offense.
Starting offensive lineman who's quickly becoming one of the NFL's better left guards. Levitre also is versatile, spending time at left tackle and even center last season due to injuries. He and Eric Wood are the team's two best offensive linemen.
Starting left offensive guard, with little competition behind him.
Starting left guard. The Bills drafted Levitre in the second round of 2009, and coupled with Eric Wood, a first-rounder from that same draft, should form the team's guard tandem for quite some time. The guard spots are the strongest positions on Buffalo's O-Line, by a decent margin.
Levitre, a second-round choice in May, can play guard or tackle, and the Bills need depth after losing three O-Line starters. He'll compete with Kirk Chambers for the starting left guard spot.