Kevin King

Kevin King

Height: 6' 3"Weight: 200 lbsAge: 24College: WashingtonDrafted: #33 (2nd Rd. by Green Bay)

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Kevin King picks one off, recovers a fumble

CB Kevin King recorded three solo tackles, intercepted one pass, defensed one pass, and recovered one fumble in the Green Bay Packers' Week 6 win against the San Francisco 49ers.

Fantasy Impact

King played well against San Francisco WR Pierre Garcon, who was held to four catches for 37 yards. He contributed to two turnovers, which helped the Packers squeak out the win.

Christopher Bunch48 weeks ago
Kevin King records four tackles before exit with chin injury

Kevin King recorded four total tackles (all solo) before exiting with a chin injury in the Packers' loss to the Detroit Lions.

Fantasy Impact

King, who was having his best fantasy outing of 2018, was forced to exit the Packers' game against the Lions with a chin injury. Rookie Josh Jackson will play in King's place if the cornerback were to miss additional time.

Caleb Baggette49 weeks ago
Kevin King plays well on Sunday

Defensive back Kevin King had a surprisingly impressive day on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. He finished with seven tackles, five of which were solo.

Fantasy Impact

King, who is a rookie, stepped in when the Packers needed him. He is developing in to a quality player that the Packers should be excited about. For now, King is not worth a roster spot in IDP leagues as he is still buried on the depth chart, but if he continues to thrive, his status will rise quickly.

Kevin King selected by Green Bay Packers with No. 33 pick

The Packers have selected cornerback Kevin King with the No. 33 overall selection in the NFL Draft.

Fantasy Impact

This was a no-brainer for a Packers team that allowed massive yardage through the air last season. This is just the first step to rebuilding their secondary in an attempt to take a little pressure off Aaron Rodgers and the offense. King was someone expected to go in the first round, so the Packers are likely happy with this selection.

Mike Tagliere2 years ago