Kelly Gregg | Defensive Tackle
2011 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Just when I’m ready to believe that Kelly Gregg is an irrelevant IDP option, he pulls me back in as the veteran signed with the Kansas City Chiefs to be the teams nose tackle. Shaun Smith left the team to play nose for the Tennessee Titans, and while I’m not sure Gregg can be the presence he was a few years ago, he should be a viable option, when healthy and on the field, this year.
Look to Gregg as a cheep No.2 defensive tackle if you’re required to start that position in your IDP league. At best Gregg is just a late round pick and probably will hit the waiver wire to start the season. That said, he will probably be an early-season waiver wire pickup, if he can prove to play close to the tackle level, he showed with the Ravens as a starter.
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2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook
Kelly Gregg bounce back last year like he was never out for the entire 2008 season. With over sixty tackles on the season and a clean bill of health, Gregg was on of the better defensive tackles once again for IDP fantasy football. The reliable veteran will be solid once again as the Ravens should have a great season.