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Rodney McLeod Jr.

Rodney McLeod Jr.

S - Cleveland Browns

Height: 5' 10"Weight: 185 lbsAge: 34College: Virginia

2024 Outlook

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Rodney McLeod Jr. to retire after this season

Rodney McLeod Jr. announced he will retire after this upcoming season.

Fantasy Impact

McLeod signed a one-year deal this offseason with Cleveland to return for a second season. "This is the last lap for me," McLeod said Monday during an appearance on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access." He spent the first four years of his career as an undrafted free agent with the Rams, followed by six years with the Eagles, one year with the Colts and now a second season in Cleveland.

Ari Koslow10 weeks ago
Rodney McLeod Jr. (biceps) placed on IR

The Browns placed Rodney McLeod Jr. on injured reserve.

Fantasy Impact

McLeod is officially done for the season with torn biceps. He recorded 29 tackles and two tackles for loss this season.

Ari Koslow35 weeks ago
Rodney McLeod Jr. out for the season with a biceps injury

Rodney McLeod Jr. is reportedly out for the season with a biceps injury that will require surgery.

Fantasy Impact

The season ends for McLeod with him having recorded 29 tackles and two tackles for loss. He made five starts this year for the Browns.

Ari Koslow35 weeks ago
Rodney McLeod to sign with the Colts

Rodney McLeod and the Colts are finalizing a deal, according to Ian Rapoport.

Fantasy Impact

The addition of McLeod likely removes the Colts from the Tyrann Mathieu sweepstakes, as McLeod will match up opposite Khari Willis in the Indianapolis secondary. The former Eagle will join a defense that features Darius Leonard and DeForest Buckner, among others.

Rodney McLeod agrees to two-year deal to return to Eagles

Safety Rodney McLeod and the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a two-year contract, the team announced on Tuesday. NFL insider Ian Rapoport adds that the deal is worth $12 million over two years.

Fantasy Impact

With the Eagles holding a contract option on Malcolm Jenkins while McLeod was hitting free agency, many assumed that Jenkins would return and McLeod would leave. However, the team announced earlier on Tuesday that they had re-signed cornerback Jalen Mills, who would be moving to safety, and would not be picking up the option on Jenkins. That left the door open for McLeod to return, and the Eagles are apparently set to open up training camp with Mills and McLeod as their two starting safeties.