Malcolm Butler

Malcolm Butler

CB - TEN
Height: 5' 11"Weight: 190 lbsAge: 29College: West Alabama

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Malcolm Butler clears concussion protocol

Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler (concussion) cleared the NFL’s concussion protocol Friday and is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Jets.

Fantasy Impact

Butler sustained the concussion in Monday night’s loss to the Texans and was a limited participant in Wednesday and Thursday practice before upgrading to full on Friday. He has struggled in his first season in Tennessee but vowed to finish the season on a high note. “My mental toughness has been tested to the fullest (this year), but I think I’ve handled it and I think I’ve responded,” Butler said, via the Associated Press. “I’m not giving in. I’m still working hard and playing hard and I’m going to finish strong.”

Alex Johnson7 weeks ago
Malcolm Butler signs 5-year deal with Titans

The Tennessee Titans have announced they signed cornerback Malcolm Butler to a five-year, $61 million deal.

Fantasy Impact

The deal contains over $30 million in guaranteed money, so the Titans ponied up some serious cash to land him. Alongside Adoree Jackson, Butler should be able to shine similar to the way he did while with the Patriots, as both cornerbacks play better in man-coverage. While some say it was a lot of money to give up, the Patriots reportedly offered Butler a six-year deal worth $66 million prior to last season. The Titans have improved their team this offseason while adding two former Patriots in Butler and Dion Lewis.

Mike Tagliere1 year ago
Malcolm Butler expected to sign massive deal with Titans

NFL Insider Ian Rapoport is reporting that Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler is expected to sign a five-year, $61 million deal, with $30 million guaranteed with the Tennessee Titans.

Fantasy Impact

The Titans now have two former Patriots cornerbacks to go with their head coach Mike Vrabel, who is himself a former Patriots linebacker, as Butler joins Logan Ryan in the Tennessee secondary. Based on the contract being reported, it would seem that Butler's stock was not hurt at all by being inexplicably benched in the Super Bowl against the Eagles. With Vrabel running a similar defense to the one Butler played in for New England, it should be a fairly smooth transition.

Mike Maher1 year ago
Malcolm Butler signs tender

New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler has signed his RFA tender on Tuesday.

Fantasy Impact

Butler finally signed his RFA Tuesday with the Patriots. However, there is no guarantee he will remain with the team for the upcoming season. Butler has been in the midst of trade rumors since March and the Saints may still be in the mix to acquire him. If Butler is indeed moved, expect the transaction to occur sooner rather than later with the NFL Draft approaching on April 27.

Malcolm Butler has first-round restricted tender placed him

The Patriots placed a first-round restricted free-agent tender on Malcolm Butler on Tuesday, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. If another organization is interested in Butler, a first-round selection must be coughed up in order to pry him away from the defending champions.

Fantasy Impact

Butler has become one of the top CBs in the NFL after just three years in the league. If the Patriots were to lose Butler it would be a big loss to their defense and would be hard to replace. If he returns to the Patriots, he'll serve as the unquestioned number one cornerback.

John Aubin2 years ago