DT - DET
Week 6 Outlook
DT Michael Brockers is headed back to Los Angeles to play for the Rams after he and the Ravens couldn’t come to an agreement on final contract terms. Brockers gets three-years, up to $31.5M from the Rams.
Brockers had originally struck a deal with Baltimore a week ago, but it has since fallen apart after the two sides were unable to negotiate contract terms that accounted for Brockers’ high-ankle sprain he suffered at the end of last season. The veteran DT has only played for the Rams in his eight-year NFL career, and he’ll be back with the team for three more years. Brockers has only gotten better with age, recording a career-high 63 tackles last season. He’ll look to continue that streak, and hit a new career-high in 2020 and beyond.
Former Rams DT Michael Brockers has agreed to a three-year deal worth $30M with the Baltimore Ravens. The deal includes $21M guaranteed.
The eight-year veteran has been a member of the Rams since 2012, when he was a first round selection out of LSU. He’s played a full 16 games in six of those seasons and last season he recorded 63 tackles and three sacks. Brockers will add versatility and balance to an already formidable defensive line in Baltimore.
Michael Brockers ended Sundays 24-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals with five total tackles and .5 sacks.
Brockers has 34 total tackles through Week 8 and should be left on waivers in most IDP formats. He will be a matchup dependent fantasy player.
Michael Brockers collected four solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and two tackles for loss in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 7 destruction of the San Francisco 49ers.
Brockers had another good day, but he didn't get a sack in this one. He isn't really a consistent fantasy option.
DT Michael Brockers picked up four solo tackles and one assisted tackle in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 6 win against the Denver Broncos.
Brockers started off the year hot, but has taken a backseat lately as linemates Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh have dominated. He's a mediocre option at the position moving forward.