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Takk McKinley

Takk McKinley

LB - New York Jets

Height: 6' 2"Weight: 250 lbsAge: 28College: UCLADrafted: 2017 #26 (1st Rd. by ATL)

2024 Outlook

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Takk McKinley signs with Jets

The New York Jets signed Takk McKinley.

Fantasy Impact

McKinley participated in minicamp as a tryout with the Jets. He was a former first-round pick with the Falcons.

Ari Koslow6 weeks ago
Takkarist McKinley signs one-year deal with Browns

The Browns are signing edge-rusher Takkarist McKinley to a one-year deal with a $4.25 million base. The deal can max out at $6 million.

Fantasy Impact

McKinley spent nearly four years with the Falcons from 2017 to 2020. In 49 games with Atlanta, he made 79 tackles and 17.5 sacks while forcing two fumbles. Four games into the 2020 season, Atlanta cut McKinley. He spent time as a member of the Bengals, Raiders, and 49ers but never saw the field due to injuries. The former first-round pick will look to put his defensive talent on display while complementing Myles Garrett in Cleveland.

Andersen Pickard3 years ago
Takkarist McKinley (groin) placed on IR by Raiders

The Raiders have placed DE Takkarist McKinley on IR with a groin injury.

Fantasy Impact

McKinley has made his rounds this season. He was released by the Falcons, before being claimed by the Bengals, 49ers, and now Raiders. The former first-round pick may have finally found a new home, as it seems Las Vegas is willing to take a chance and wait on the talented young DE.

Takkarist McKinley claimed by Bengals

The Bengals claimed DL Takk McKinley off waivers.

Fantasy Impact

McKinley will help bolster Cincinnati's defensive front. He was recently waived by the Falcons, who couldn't find a trading partner prior to the November 3rd deadline. It's worth noting that McKinley was claimed by multiple teams.

Takkarist McKinley waived by the Falcons

DE Takk McKinley has been waived by the Atlanta Falcons, per Adam Schefter.

Fantasy Impact

Atlanta will decline McKinley's $10.3 million fifth-year option after he criticized the team on social media for their refusal to trade him leading up to the trade deadline. McKinley will be able to select the next team he plays for once he clears waivers. The 2017 first-round draft pick has been sidelined with a groin injury and illness but managed eight tackles and one sack in the three games he's played in 2020.

Matthew MacKay4 years ago