CB - DAL
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Indianapolis Colts are trading CB Stephon Gilmore to the Dallas Cowboys. The Colts will receive a fifth-round pick.
Gilmore had a solid year in Indianapolis, coming up big for the Colts in key moments throughout the season. Gilmore played 16 games and had 11 passes defended and 66 tackles. He will have a cap hit of roughly $10 million for the Cowboys, clearing space for the Colts and giving the Cowboys another CB to pair alongside Trevon Diggs.
Colts CB Stephon Gilmore has reportedly been 'challenging' the Colts to get better at practice.
Gilmore was an off-season addition for the Colts, and while he is a great cornerback, it sounds like he is also acting as a great leader for this young Indianapolis team. He is challenging the team to get better, and he has had a veteran impact at practice. This is good for a young Colts team, who hold a lot of talent but need leadership and direction.
Five-time Pro Bowl CB Stephon Gilmore is signing a two-year deal with Indianapolis.
The 31-year-old cornerback will be entering his 11th year in the league having spent time with Buffalo, New England, and Carolina. In his career, he has collected 427 tackles, 27 interceptions, six forced fumble, and two touchdowns.
According to Tyler Conway of Bleacher Report, Stephon Gilmore is drawing interest from the Chiefs, Eagles, and Bills
The former Defensive Player of the Year has continued to garner interest in this slow veteran free-agent market. Over the past week, the Chiefs, Eagles, and Bills have checked in on Gilmore. Gilmore, 31, split last season with the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers. Despite being limited to eight games because of a quad injury, Gilmore was named a Pro Bowler after recording 16 tackles and two interceptions with the Panthers.
The Kansas City Chiefs have an interest in signing free-agent cornerback Stephon Gilmore.
The Chiefs have money to work with after the Tyreek Hill trade, and they've already started using it by signing Ronald Jones on Saturday. They could start looking to shore up their roster the defensive side of the ball, and the team reportedly have interest in signing former DPOY Stephon Gilmore to patch up their secondary. Fantasy managers should pay attention to how the team decides to spend it's money this offseason.