Dion Lewis

#33 | New England Patriots | RB

Player Profile

Dion Lewis
  • StatusHealthy
  • Bio
  • Height5'7"
  • Weight193
  • Age27
  • Date of BirthSeptember 27, 1990
  • CollegePittsburgh
  • Experience7th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2011
  • Round5
  • Pick149
  • TeamPHI

Latest News

  • Lions Could Make A Run At Dion Lewis

    The Detroit Lions could make a run at New England Patriots impending free-agent running back Dion Lewis. Lewis is set to be a free agent and may be asking for more than the Patriots typically give their running backs. New Detroit head coach Matt Patricia is obviously familiar with Lewis, so he could enter the mix as the Lions look to improve their running game. The addition of Lewis in Detroit would surely be bad news for Ameer Abdullah and Theo Riddick. The 27-year-old Lewis had a career-high 180 carries for 896 yards (5.0 yards per carry) and six touchdowns in a breakout year with the Pats in 2017. He also caught 32 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns.

    8 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Dion Lewis Likely To Be Gone From Patriots Next Season

    New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis was part of a running-back-by-committee in 2017, and the Boston Herald's Jeff Howe reports the "early vibe" is that Lewis will not be on the Patriots in 2018. Lewis is reportedly looking for a deal somewhere in the range of $15-18 million over the course of three years with $10 million guaranteed. The Patriots seem to draw the line for paying running backs at around $3 million annually, making Lewis an unlikely candidate to return. With Steelers impending free-agent running back Le'Veon Bell expected to remain with the Steelers, Lewis may be the best running back available in free agency.

    12 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Dion Lewis Will Be Super Bowl X-Factor For Patriots

    New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis will go up against an Eagles defense that allowed the second fewest fantasy points to opposing runners during the regular season. Other than allowing 103 yards to Ezekiel Elliott in Week 17, the Eagles have not allowed a single player more than 96 rushing yards in a game all season. They absolutely bottled up the Vikings Latavius Murray in the NFC Championship game and their front four is an elite unit. But Lewis has continued to defy expectations all season, racking up a career high 896 rushing yards and nine total touchdowns. He has been a consistent presence in a Patriots offensive system that usually operates as running back by committee. Including the playoffs, Lewis has amassed more than 60 rushing yards in a game eight times this season and presents a passing threat out of the backfield. If the Patriots can get Lewis going this Sunday, their offense will be unstoppable. Lewis has the ability to run tough between the tackles and will see the majority of the touches. Lewis also will be a threat returning kicks in the Super Bowl providing him extra opportunities to score a touchdown on the world's biggest stage.

    22 days ago | RotoBaller


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