Torell Troup

DL / Oakland Raiders / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 6

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  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Raiders pare roster

    The Raiders cut receivers Mike Davis and Rahsaan Vaughn, tight end Kyle Auffray, offensive lineman Emmett Cleary, linebacker Justin Cole, defensive lineman Torell Troup and cornerback Jansen Watson.

  • by Igor Mello |

    Raiders trim down roster Sunday

    According to the Baltimore Sun, the Raiders have trimmed down their roster, cutting the following players on Sunday: Kyle Auffray, Emmett Cleary, Justin Cole, Mike Davis,Torell Troup, Rahsaan Vaughn, Jansen Watson.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Raiders sign three to future deals

    The Raiders have signed reserve/future deals with quarterback Trent Edwards and defensive linemen David Carter and Torell Troup.

  • by Jeff Lippman |

    Bills cut five more players

    The Buffalo Bills made more cuts Saturday in order to get the roster down to 53 players. The following players were released on Saturday: DE Jamie Blatnick, DE Izaan Cross, QB Thad Lewis, LB Bryan Scott and DT Torell Troup. These players will likely be signed to the practice squad or sign on with another team.

  • Troup placed on IR

    News: Bills NT Torell Troup (lower back) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. DL Lionel Dotson was promoted from the practice squad to the active roster to take Troup's spot.
    Analysis: Troup, Buffalo's second-round pick in 2010, was bothered by the lower back injury all season and has been a disappointment thus far due to injuries. He had no Fantasy appeal to begin with, so continue to ignore him.
  • Troup cracks hand, now in cast

    News: Bills rookie DT Torell Troup cracked his hand in Monday's practice and he will be in a cast for the near future, reports the team's official website. "I think it just got caught in (Eric) Wood's shoulder pads," Troup told "I went to long arm him and I couldn't really tell when it happened. I just went back to the sideline and I just felt the pain. I thought I may have jammed a finger or something, but they told me I had to go get it x-rayed."Troup will be in a cast for a few weeks, but it should be ready to be removed by the time the season starts.
    Analysis: Troup wants to play with the cast, but the swelling from the injury has to go down first. "Somewhere in my hand I've got a little broken bone, but it'll be fine," he said. "I'm still going to play. I've just got to wait for the pain to go away and they're going to cast it up and I'll get out there again." Fantasy owners should keep an eye on his status, even though Troup is a player who should not be selected on Draft Day in IDP leagues.
  • Bills sign rookie Troup

    News: The Bills have agreed to a contract with rookie second-round draft pick, DT Torell Troup, a day before the team opens training camp. GM Buddy Nix announced the deal Wednesday as players reported to camp in suburban Rochester. At 6-foot-3 and 315 pounds, Troup was selected 41st overall out of Central Florida. He's a run-stuffing tackle who helped the Golden Knights finish fourth in the nation by allowing 83 yards rushing last season.
    Analysis: Troup is expected to take up space and not produce many stats. He has minimal Fantasy value and is not worth drafting in the majority of IDP leagues.
  • Bills draft DT Troup

    News: The Bills drafted DT Torell Troup in the second round of the NFL Draft at No. 41 overall. Troup is a 6-foot-2, 314-pound nose tackle who is expected to work in a rotation with veteran Kyle Williams. The Sports Xchange reports Troup played in a two-gap system at Central Florida but is a prototypical nose tackle in a 3-4 scheme, which Buffalo is converting to. "I have no problem with that," Troup said. "I'm not a selfish player and to play nose tackle, you can't be. I feel like I can do all the things they ask of me."
    Analysis: Troup is expected to take up space and not produce many stats. He has minimal Fantasy value and is not worth drafting in the majority of IDP leagues.
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