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Week 7 Outlook
Kendrick Lewis started his career with the Kansas City Chiefs, but more recently he played for Houston Texans. Lewis joins the Baltimore Ravens as a 5 year veteran of the NFL. He has started all but 3 of the 69 games he has played. He adds speed and ball tracking ability to the Ravens' secondary. Lewis has also been recognized as a very instinctive run stopper.
Kendrick Lewis is a solid addition to the Baltimore Ravens secondary. He adds speed, experience and most importantly depth. The Ravens DST was a top 7 finisher in fantasy last year even with their injury riddled secondary. Lewis and the rest of the ravens DST will be causing havoc on opposing offenses next season and appear to be a consistent fantasy DST option.
The Baltimore Ravens are working on their troublesome secondary by signing former Houston Texans free safety Kendrick Lewis to a three-year contract, according to the team's official website. Lewis played a vital part in the Texans defense last season which is a big difference from the disappointing first four seasons he spent with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lewis, a sixth-year veteran had some issues in pass coverage but plays very aggressively with a career high 84 tackles last season. This 26-year old Ole Miss product would help a lacking Ravens secondary by stopping the run with his stripping ball skills and tackling ability. He ends his career with the Texans with two interceptions, six passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one touchdown.
Former Kansas City Chief Kendrick Lewis is listed as the starting free safety over fellow veteran Chris Clemons on the teamâ€™s first official depth chart. Lewis reunites with former Kansas City defensive coordinator/head coach and current Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
Though only signed to a one-year deal, Lewis has the edge over former Dolphin Chris Clemons at free safety. Crennel is focused on creating more turnover opportunities for a defensive unit which only picked-off seven passes in 2013.