Terrance West
Terrance West
28-Year-Old Running BackRB
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
2019 Fantasy Outlook
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$Released by the Saints in August of 2018.
Released by Saints
RBFree Agent
August 21, 2018
West was released by the Saints on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
West gained 26 yards on two carries in Friday's preseason game against the Cardinals, but it was too little too late in his bid to help replace Mark Ingram (suspension) early in the season. Jonathan Williams has jumped out in front as the clear favorite to work alongside Alvin Kamara for the first four weeks of the campaign. West may have a hard time finding work in the NFL this year.
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How do Terrance West's measurables compare to other running backs?
This section compares his draft workout metrics with players at the same position. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that metric and it would be considered average.
5' 10"
225 lbs
40-Yard Dash
4.54 sec
Vertical Jump
33.5 in
Broad Jump
120 in
Bench Press
16 reps
Hand Length
9.13 in
Arm Length
31.00 in
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
West entered 2017 as the favorite to be the Ravens' primary back on standard downs after Kenneth Dixon went down with a season-ending meniscus injury, but he surprisingly fell behind Alex Collins -- who was signed to the practice squad just before the regular season -- and Javorius Allen. Looking to revive his once-promising career, the four-year veteran signed with the Saints in June following the news that Mark Ingram would be suspended for the season's first four games. Though he faces stiff competition for a roster spot, West's size and physical running style could make him an early-season, short-yardage complement to starter Alvin Kamara -- if West makes the Saints' 53-man final roster.
West reported to camp in the best shape of his life last year and salvaged his NFL career in the process, setting career highs across the board and establishing himself as a key part of the Ravens' backfield. The 5-10, 225-pound back doesn't make many defenders miss, but his willingness to run through tackles makes him an effective option on early downs, and West also showed he can be useful in the passing game. The 26-year-old heads into 2017 atop the depth chart, with his spot as the lead runner seemingly secure after Kenneth Dixon (knee/suspension) was ruled out for the year. Offseason acquisition Danny Woodhead will be heavily involved in the passing game, but West is a clear favorite to lead the team in carries for a second straight year.
West has drawn rave reviews during training camp and appears set to embark on the 2016 campaign as part of a Ravens backfield that includes Justin Forsett, Javorius Allen and (eventually) Kenneth Dixon. However, rumors have circulated that West may be in the mix to start. Realistically, though, West doesn't possess the passing-game chops that Forsett and Allen do, and would likely be limited to early-down carries if he were to win the job. Still, at press time, Forsett sits atop the team's running back totem pole and that doesn't figure to change entering Week 1, barring injury.
West was expected to back up free-agent signee Ben Tate last year after the Browns drafted him in the third round. But Tate's inability to stay healthy quickly took him out of the picture and allowed West (alongside fellow rookie Isaiah Crowell) to grab a much larger role. A 5-9 power back with an enviably low center of gravity, West doesn't have the elusiveness to avoid contact, but he's more than happy to lower his pads and run through would-be tacklers, making him an effective red-zone weapon. Having been traded to the Titans in early September, West will now look to challenge Bishop Sankey for touches in the Tennessee backfield.
A powerfully built runner at 5-10, 225, West is coming off a record-setting season last year at Towson. The school's all-time leading rusher, West was handed the ball a ridiculous 413 times, carrying it for an insane FCS-record 2,509 yards and 41 touchdowns, averaging 6.1 yards per carry and 156.8 yards per game. He even showed some receiving skills, somehow finding time to catch 28 balls. Those eye-popping numbers got the Browns to spend a third-round pick on him and go so far as to say that he'll see a noteworthy share of the carries behind – or maybe even in a timeshare with – free-agent signing Ben Tate. There's practically no competition to be Tate's backup, meaning West is one injury away from starting, albeit in what looks to be a very poor Cleveland offense. Even though he's a step short of elite speed, West's played the role of a guy who can take the ball as many times as you want to hand it to him – even if it wasn't against anything resembling NFL competition. West will need to improve upon his decision-making and field vision to become a true three-down NFL runner, but he has the benefit of newly hired offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who's made stars out of less-heralded backs like Alfred Morris and Steve Slaton.
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Rebounds in brief action
RBNew Orleans Saints
August 18, 2018
West took two carries for 26 yards in Friday's preseason game against Arizona.
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Rushes five times
RBNew Orleans Saints
August 10, 2018
West rushed five times for 10 yards in Thursday's 24-20 win over the Jaguars in the preseason opener.
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Reaches deal with New Orleans
RBNew Orleans Saints
June 13, 2018
West signed a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Herbie Teope of NFL.com reports.
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Takes visit with Eagles
RBFree Agent
May 8, 2018
West is visiting the Eagles on Tuesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
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Turns in disappointing season in contract year
RBBaltimore Ravens
January 23, 2018
West appeared in just five games in 2017, rushing 39 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns and adding two receptions for 23 yards.
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