Tracy Walker

#21 DB / Detroit Lions / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 lb Age: 25 College: Louisiana Bye 5

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Lions' Tracy Walker: Ready to rock

    Tracy Walker (foot) was a full participant during Thursday's practice, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions' official site reports.Walker practiced in limited fashion with the foot injury Wednesday, as he appears to be on track for Week 10 against Washington. Now healthy, expect the Louisiana-Lafayette product to assume his usual starting role at free safety in Sundays game.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Missing more time

    Tracy Walker (foot) was listed as a limited participant during Wednesday's practice.Walker was forced to miss last week's loss to the Vikings after failing to practice with the foot issue, so it's at least a positive sign he was able to practice. If Walker were forced to miss Sunday's game against Washington, Will Harris would be in line for another start at free safety, with Miles Killebrew slotting behind him.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Won't play against Vikings

    Tracy Walker (foot) won't play Sunday against the Vikings, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions' official site reports.Walker was unable to practice all week, so it's not surprising to see him ruled out. Will Harris is Walker's direct backup at free safety, but the Lions could also opt to fill the snaps vacated by Walker's absence with alternative reserve safety Jayron Kearse.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Battling foot injury

    Tracy Walker (foot) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Tim Twentyman of the Detroit Lions' official site reports.The team hasn't revealed the nature or severity of Walker's foot injury, but he's in danger of missing Sunday's game versus the Vikings unless he can get back onto the practice field by Friday. Walker has already stacked up 51 tackles and four pass breakups through seven games, so it'd be a key loss to the Lions' defense if he can't go. Jayron Kearse is the next man up at free safety if Walker misses out.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Team's leading tackler in defeat

    Tracy Walker collected six solo tackles and five assists during Sunday's 41-21 loss to the Colts.When the safety leads the team in tackles it's often a discouraging sign for the defense, and that was again the case Sunday as Indianapolis racked up 262 yards through the air and 119 yards on the ground along with five total touchdowns. Despite the off day from Detroit's defense, Walker's coverage numbers have been respectable to this point in the season, as he's held opponents to a 52 percent completion rate with 4.8 yards per target.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Leads team in tackles Sunday

    Tracy Walker recorded 12 tackles (10 solo) across 65 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.Walker continues to be a tackling machine this season, as he now has 23 tackles on the year. After playing in limited snaps in Week 2, Walker was back on track Sunday as he did not miss a single defensive snap alongside fellow safety Duron Harmon. The young safety will now shift his focus to Sunday's matchup with the Saints.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Nine tackles in season opener

    Tracy Walker recorded nine tackles and one pass breakup during Sunday's 27-23 loss to Chicago.After logging at least 99 percent of the defensive snaps in over half of his games in 2019, both Walker and Will Harris saw a tad under 90 percent in the season opener while Duron Harmon didn't come off the field. Walker finished tops in the stat sheet, though, as Harmon and Harris each had five tackles apiece. If Detroit remains without its top three corners in Week 2, the Detroit Lions defense could struggle to get off the field, which could lead to plenty of playing time for each of Walker, Harmon and Harris.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Finishes season strong

    Tracy Walker recorded six tackles and two pass breakups in Week 17 against Green Bay.The tackle total was enough to push Walker over the century mark for the season, and the Louisiana-Lafayette product will finish the 2019 campaign with 103 tackles, eight pass breakups, one pick and one forced fumble over 13 games. This was quite a step forward for Walker after a dismal rookie season, especially after many considered him a reach just a year and a half ago when Detroit took the 2018 draftee in the third round. With Quan Diggs now in Seattle and Tavon Wilson's contract set to expire at the end of the league year, there's plenty of room for Walker to keep growing in 2020 and beyond, both statistically and in terms of his importance to the Detroit Lions defense.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Nearing century mark in tackles

    Tracy Walker recorded eight tackles during Sunday's 27-17 loss to Denver.With his first tackle of the game, Walker became the second Detroit Lions player to stuff the stat sheet to the tune of 90 tackles, five pass breakups, one pick and one forced fumble in either of his first two seasons. While that distinction doesn't mean much in a vacuum, it does go to show how productive Walker has been in Matt Patricia's scheme after many questioned Detroit's judgement in taking him in the third round last offseason. With the Lions' linebacker corps down to second- and third-stringers, Walker's role in the defense will become even more crucial during Sunday's season finale against Green Bay.

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    Lions' Tracy Walker: Paces team in tackles

    Tracy Walker recorded seven tackles (five solo) and one defended pass during Sunday's 38-17 loss to the Buccaneers.Walker is averaging an impressive 8.1 tackles per game, making him a consistent fantasy asset in IDP formats despite a notable lack of upside in terms of interceptions and sacks. The second-year pro will look to keep up his momentum against the Broncos in Week 16.