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Football Team's Kamren Curl: Plays every snap
Curl had nine tackles (seven solo) and one fumble recovery during Sunday's 31-13 loss to the Chiefs.
Curl handled an every-down defensive role for the first time all season, and he was productive for IDP purposes with his opportunities. Now that the second-year pro appears to have secured such a large role, he could be an interesting fantasy option against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in Week 7.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Records nine tackles
Curl posted nine tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 43-21 loss to the Bills.
Bobby McCain out-snapped Curl in Week 1, but that didn't last long, as Curl handled at least 75 percent of the defensive snaps in each of the last two games. Curl proved it as a rookie in 2020 with 88 stops through 16 games (11 starts), but he still has just 15 tackles this year. Fellow safety Landon Collins probably has an edge for fantasy purposes at this time.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Emerges as rookie starter
Curl finished his 2020 rookie season with 88 tackles (63 solo), four pass defenses, three interceptions and two sacks in 16 games.
The seventh-round pick made 11 starts and finished second on the team in tackles, handling a three-down role from Week 9 onward. He averaged 7.9 tackles over his final nine games of the regular season, then added seven more tackles in the playoff loss to Tampa Bay. PFF graded Curl at No. 28 out of 94 qualified safeties, further cementing his status as a starting-caliber player. He and Landon Collins (Achilles) could give Washington a formidable duo at safety in 2021, assuming the veteran makes a smooth recovery from his season-ending injury. Curl's IDP value could take a hit with Collins healthy, as the 27-year-old's comfort level playing up in the box could force his teammate into more snaps as a deep safety.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Keeps churning out tackles
Curl posted eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 20-15 loss to Washington.
The rookie seventh-round pick continues to fill in admirably for Landon Collins (Achilles), who is on IR. Curl made his seventh straight start and his ninth of the season Sunday. Since becoming a full-time starter, Curl has averaged 8.6 tackles per game, adding two sacks, two pass breakups and a pick-six in that stretch.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Strong tackling continues
Curl posted eight tackles (seven solo) in Monday's 23-17 win over Pittsburgh.
Curl has taken on a much larger role in the second half of the season, registering at least right tackles in each of his last five games after recording no more than three tackles in any of his first seven games. The rookie seventh-round pick has cemented himself as Washington's starting strong safety.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Leads team in tackles Sunday
Curl recorded nine tackles (five solo) across 68 defensive reps in Sunday's win over the Bengals.
The seventh-round rookie from Arkansas has been a playmaker on Washington's defense over the past three weeks, recording 29 tackles and two sacks during that span. Since Landon Collins (Achilles) has been ruled out, Curl has played in 100 percent of the defensive snaps for Washington. He'll look to continue his great rookie campaign on Thursday in Dallas.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Records lone Washington sack
Curl tied Kendall Fuller with a team-high eight total tackles, including one sack, during Sunday's 30-27 loss to the Lions.
Washington was virtually incapable of generating pressure on Matthew Stafford, with Curl's first-quarter sack representing his team's only QB hit of the entire contest. The seventh-round rookie from Arkansas has started four of his past six appearances, while racking up an impressive 19 tackles, three QB hits and two sacks in his two most recent outings against the Giants and Lions. Curl has struggled in coverage, surrendering an 80 percent completion rate on 20 targets thus far, but he's also proven to possess a nose for the football.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Gets sack, leads team in tackles
Curl collected 11 total tackles, including one sack during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Giants.
The seventh-round rookie was one of Washington's most fierce defenders in his seventh start of 2020, obliterating his previous game high of three tackles. Curl contributed two of Washington's nine QB hits on Giants signal-caller Daniel Jones, but the typically turnover-prone Jones was able to avoid any giveaways during Week 9.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kamren Curl: Starting role on tap
Curl will start at strong safety following news that Landon Collins (torn Achilles) is done for the season, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
The Football Team selected Curl in the seventh round of April's draft after the 21-year-old spent three years as a starter for Arkansas. Curl immediately secured a role in Washington's defense, logging more than 30 percent of the defensive workload in five of seven games and recording 17 tackles (12 solo). Now, he's set to bump into a starting role that could pay major dividends for fantasy managers in IDP settings. Collins was on pace for a third straight 100-tackle season, and while Curl isn't of the same caliber, he could produce similar numbers at the position. He's worth a flier in deeper leagues, although Washington will be on bye Week 8.... See More ... See Less
Redskins' Kamren Curl: Finds home in DC
The Redskins selected Curl in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 216th overall.
Curl figures to provide some depth in the secondary for the Redskins. The safety was a three-year starter at Arkansas, recording two interceptions in his final collegiate campaign.... See More ... See Less
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