Lawrence Sidbury

DL / Tampa Bay Buccaneers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 6

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  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Buccaneers re-sign four pending free agents

    The Buccaneers have re-signed defensive ends Larry English and Lawrence Sidbury in addition to tight end Luke Stocker and linebacker Jason Williams, the team has announced. All four were set to become free agents Tuesday. Stocker was the only player of the four to not sign a one-year deal, getting a three-year extension with the team. Stocker played 13 games in 2014, totaling seven catches for 41 yards.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Buccaneers list seven inactives for Sunday against Green Bay

    The Buccaneers have list the following players as inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers: wide receivers Robert Herron and Solomon Patton, running back Mike James, cornerback Isaiah Frey, tackle Anthony Collins, defensive lineman Lawrence Sidbury, and tight end/fullback Evan Rodriguez.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Bucs sign DE Lawrence Sidbury

    The Buccaneers announced they signed former Falcons and Colts defensive end Lawrence Sidbury.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Texans trim roster

    The Texans waived or released the following players: running back William Powell, linebackers Terrance Lloyd and Lawrence Sidbury, nose tackles David Hunter and Austin Brown, cornerback Junior Mertile, guard Sam Longo and receivers Joe Adams and Alec Lemon.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Texans add Lawrence Sidbury

    The Texans signed linebacker Lawrence Sidbury, who spent last season on IR with a shoulder injury. The 28-year-old had his best season in 2011 with Atlanta when he posted four sacks and 11 tackles.

  • Sidbury gets two sacks off bench

    News: Falcons DL Lawrence Sidbury, who entered the game with two sacks all season, doubled his total Week 12 against the Vikings. The two sacks were his only two tackles in the contest.
    Analysis: Sidbury comes off the bench for the Falcons, so aside from the occasional sack, he doesn't contribute much in Fantasy. You can leave him on waivers in all but deeper IDP formats.
  • Sidbury has 11-yard fumble return TD

    News: Atlanta DL Lawrence Sidbury scooped up a fumble in the 3rd quarter of the Week 16 win over Buffalo and returned it 11 yards for a defensive touchdown.
    Analysis: Sidbury has not been a Fantasy IDP option all year and that isn't going to change in Week 17 at Tampa Bay because of this fumble recovery and touchdown. Leave him on waivers in all leagues.
  • Sidbury opening eyes in Atlanta

    News: Lawrence Sidbury, a fourth-round draft pick from Richmond, had two sacks and took snaps with the first-team defense in Atlanta's 20-13 win at St. Louis last week. He's also been learning from John Abraham about how to be a great pass rusher. No one with the Falcons is ready to say Sidbury is competing with Jamaal Anderson and Chauncey Davis for the left defensive end spot opposite Abraham, but head coach Mike Smith said the rookie is on the right track. "Lawrence definitely will have an opportunity as he becomes more comfortable with our scheme to compete for the other defensive end position," Smith said.
    Analysis: Sidbury could compete for a pass-rushing job out of training camp. That said, he's only worth a middle- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts this summer.
  • Falcons sign rookie Sidbury

    News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports DL Lawrence Sidbury, the fourth-round pick of the Falcons in April's NFL Draft, signed a four-year, $4.4 million contract with the team Thursday. Sidbury, a 6-foot-3, 265-pound DE from Richmond, had 11.5 of his 20.5 career sacks last season.
    Analysis: Sidbury could compete for a pass-rushing job out of training camp. That said, he's only worth a middle- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts this summer.
  • DE Sidbury joins the Falcons

    News: The Falcons took Richmond DE Lawrence Sidbury with a fourth-round pick in the 2009 draft. Sidbury was considered a capable 4-3 defensive end before the draft, and he'll be able to match that consideration with the Falcons.
    Analysis: He's got solid speed (4.5 in the 40-yard dash) but doesn't have the bulk you'd like to see in a defensive end. He could compete for a pass-rushing job out of training camp. That said, he's only worth a middle- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts this summer.