Jahleel Addae

#37 DB / Houston Texans / EXP: 7YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 195 lb Age: 29 College: Central Michigan Bye 10

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    Jahleel Addae: Headed to Houston

    Jahleel Addae agreed in principle Wednesday with the Texans on a contract, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.Addae hit the free-agent market when the Chargers cut him March 9, likely for the purpose of freeing up cap space. The Texans were able to swoop in and nab the accomplished safety, presumably at a more appealing price. The 29-year-old may not unseat Tashaun Gipson or Justin Reid for a starting role, but Addae should tentatively slot in as the team's third safety and potentially see time at linebacker during obvious passing downs.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Hitting open market

    Jahleel Addae was released by the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.It looks like yet another safety is expected to hit the open market, with Addae ranking among the most accomplished when it comes to his tackling acumen. Slated to make just over $12 million over the course of the next two seasons, the emergence of All-Pro safety Derwin James and the continual development of other secondary players such as Adrian Phillips, Jaylen Watkins and Rayshawn Jenkins made Addae expendable. The 29-year-old safety is likely better suited for a pseudo-linebacker role as opposed to a starting safety at this point in his career, but it's hard to suggest the six-year veteran won't find a team by the start of the 2019 preseason given his notable resume that includes 367 career tackles.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Secures 13 tackles despite loss

    Jahleel Addae compiled 13 tackles (seven solo) in the divisional-round loss to the Patriots on Saturday.In a superlative-laden secondary, Addae was the odd man out, seeing the likes of Desmond King, Derwin James and Adrian Phillips all earn All-Pro honors, with the latter two earning trips to the Pro Bowl to boot. Recording 75 tackles despite playing a full 16-game season isn't exactly a sterling combination for the hard-hitting safety, but his impact on the defense likely went beyond counting stats: Addae's presence near the line of scrimmage opened up holes for the aforementioned players to secure tackles. The 28-year-old could leave this offseason thanks to an opt-out clause in his contract, but so long as he retains his starting strong safety spot, the partnership appears to be mutual for the foreseeable future.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Leads team in tackles

    Jahleel Addae tallied eight tackles (six solo) in the 26-21 victory over the Bengals on Sunday.Addae has seen his production slip this season with the emergence of Denzel James and Adrian Phillips, despite the fact the veteran safety has played in 98 percent of the team's defensive snaps. Generally considered one of the hardest hitting safeties in the NFL, Addae's worth might be more important to the Los Angeles Chargers than fantasy owners.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Records double-digit tackles

    Jahleel Addae recorded 10 tackles (three solo) and a sack in Sunday's 25-17 win over the Seahawks.Addae has been inconsistent through most of the season, but it's difficult to ignore Sunday's numbers. Utilizing a variety of three-safety sets, Addae was a disruptive player, particularly against the run. He and the rest of the Los Angeles Chargers defense will square off against a turnover-prone Raiders squad next week.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Leads team in tackles

    Jahleel Addae tallied nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 38-14 win over the Browns.Addae led the team in tackles for the first time this season, taking advantage of Baker Mayfield's tendency to check down to rack up a plethora of stats. While the hard-hitting safety has lost a bit of luster alongside emerging star Derwin James, Addae has registered at least five tackles in four of the six games this season and remains a safe IDP choice in deeper leagues.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Tallies five tackles in loss

    Jahleel Addae finished Sunday's 38-28 loss to the Chiefs with five tackles (three solo).Addae took over his normal role at strong safety while 2018 first-round pick Derwin James manned the free safety spot, and both players played up to their potential despite the high-scoring affair. Addae set a career high in tackles (96) in 2017, and situated in arguably one of the deepest secondaries in the NFL, the 28-year-old appears poised to repeat similar numbers. Addae is expected to have a nice matchup against the struggling Bills next week.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Taking snaps at free safety

    Jahleel Addae looked impressive throughout a variety of snaps at free safety during the team's mandatory minicamp, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports.It's a bit of a surprise to see Addae playing free safety at all given his success last year at strong safety and the introduction of a new nominal free safety, 2018 first-round pick Derwin James. However with Woike reporting James has been practicing at both positions, the Los Angeles Chargers could simply be attempting to figure out what starting unit will be the most efficient and effective. Regardless, both players should see the majority of the time at the respective safety positions, so the designations, while interesting, shouldn't hinder either player's IDP outlooks.

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Posts career high in tackles

    Jahleel Addae finished 2017 with 96 tackles (66 solo), a half of a sack and seven defended passes.For the first time since his rookie season, Addae managed to stay healthy for the entire campaign, acting as an in-the-box safety for an opportunistic Los Angeles Chargers defense. Not surprisingly, the fifth-year safety posted a career high in tackles, a figure that also slotted in as the sixth most among safeties this season. Long heralded as an intriguing prospect thanks to his reputation as a hard-hitting safety, Addae figures to be one of the better IDP options at his position heading into 2018, despite his struggles recording turnovers (one interception in five seasons).

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    Chargers' Jahleel Addae: Another solid performance in win

    Jahleel Addae secured seven tackles (five solo), a half of a sack and a forced fumble in the 14-7 win over the Jets on Sunday.Addae has been a revelation for the Los Angeles Chargers in his fifth season, as the box safety is set to play in all 16 games for only the second time in his career. Not surprisingly, the 27-year-old is putting up career numbers and is only eight tackles shy of breaking the century mark this season.