Al Woods

#96 DL / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 307 lb Age: 28 College: Louisiana State Bye 4,18,19,20,21

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  • by Chris Towers |

    Al Woods heads to Tennessee on two-year deal

    The Titans signed defensive lineman Al Woods to a two-year deal Wednesday, ending his two-year run with the Steelers. Woods' contract will pay him $5 million over two years, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Woods is coming off the most productive season of his career, as he played in all 16 games for the first time in four seasons. He picked up 16 tackles and two sacks, the latter of which represents a career-high for the 26-year-old.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Titans hosting Al Woods

    The Titans are hosting free agent defensive tackle Al Woods, who appeared in every game for the Steelers last season as a rotational player, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Woods also is scheduled to visit the Packers and Cardinals.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Al Woods does it all in defeat of Browns

    Steelers defensive end Al Woods did a little bit of everything Sunday in Cleveland. He registered four tackles, led his team with two sacks, added a TFL and contributed two quarterback hits.

  • Steelers claim Woods

    News: The Steelers claimed DL Al Woods off waivers on Wednesday after he was released by the Seahawks on Tuesday.
    Analysis: Woods posted just two tackles in two games with the Seahawks and poses minimal Fantasy value going forward.
  • Seahawks swap DTs

    News: The Seahawks swapped one former LSU Tiger DT for another, as they released Al Woods in favor of Lazarius Levingston. Woods played in just two games for the Seahawks this season.
    Analysis: Woods wasn't much of a contributor for the Seahawks, so the move is not likely to have a big impact on the Seahawks DST.
  • 'Hawks add some players

    News: The Seahawks claimed some players off of waivers Sunday including DT Landon Cohen, DT Al Woods, K Steven Hauschka, and tackle Jarriel King. Released were K Jeff Reed, DT Junior Siavii, LB David Vobora and DT Pep Levingston.
    Analysis: None of the additions were expected to do much in Fantasy play, though they found a second home soon after being cut Saturday. Ignore them in all formats until their play warrants more value.
  • Bucs make final cuts

    News: The Bucs, along with most of the NFL, made their final cuts on Saturday before the deadline. Among the casualties were RB Armando Allen Jr., S Ahmad Black, QB Rudy Carpenter, QB Jonathan Crompton, WR Ed Gant, TE Daniel Hardy, S Dominique Harris, LB Brandon Heath, LB Simoni Lawrence, RB Mossis Madu, DE Alex Magee, TE Nathan Overbay, WR Maurice Price (Injury Settlement), TE Ryan Purvis, FB/LB Nick Reveiz, K Jacob Rogers, LB Derrell Smith and DT Al Woods.
    Analysis: None of the aforementioned players were expected to be major Fantasy contributors in 2011, so continue to ignore them in most formats even if they land elsewhere.
  • Woods makes minimal impact

    News: Tampa Bay rookie DL Al Woods had half a sack in the Buccaneers Week 11 win over the 49ers. The Bucs would shut out the 49ers, 21-0, winning for the first time in Candlestick Park since 1980 and only the second ever in 13 tries.
    Analysis: Woods has just four tackles on the year, so this rookie's Fantasy value is not very high. He can be ignored in all IDP leagues heading into Week 12.
  • Bucs bring in DL Woods

    News: The Buccaneers signed DL Al Woods from the Steelers practice squad to their 53-man roster on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Woods will provide some depth on the defensive line in Tampa but won't contribute enough to be of any concern to IDP Fantasy owners.
  • Saints round out their cuts

    News: The Saints terminated the contract of fullback Jason McKie and waived wide receiver Montez Billings, linebacker Harry Coleman, cornerback Reggie Jones, fullback Zak Keasey, defensive linemen DeMario Pressley, Jay Ross and Al Woods and safety Chip Vaughn.
    Analysis: None of these players were or are expected to be regular stat contributors in the first place. Keep them off of Fantasy rosters.
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