T.J. Ward | Cleveland Browns | DB
2012 Experience: 3rd Season
IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: After a terrific rookie season T.J. Ward was clearly hurt but middle linebacker D’Qwell Jackson coming back, after missing the 2010 season. Ward does hold value, but I wouldn’t look to him any higher than a DB3 prospect.
Ward also missed a good portion of the season because of a foot injury, but it appears, he’s 100 percent recovered and will be a go for training camp.
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
T.J. Ward was a tackling machine in his rookie year as he went for 123 tackles on the season and almost 100 of them were of the solo variety. Unfortunately the Browns are switching to a 4-3 scheme, but I do believe he should be one of the better tackling safeties in the game, as the Browns still project to be a losing team that will have their defense on the field most of the time. Ward should be viewed as a clear top ten option of all defensive backs and is a top five consideration for dynasty leagues.
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