Dion Lewis

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Height / Weight
5'7" / 193 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 27, 1990 (30)
Experience
9th Season
Drafted
2011 / Rd. 5 / Pk. 149 (PHI)
College
Pittsburgh

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Dion Lewis News

Dion Lewis Signing With Giants

The New York Giants are signing running back Dion Lewis to an undisclosed one-year deal on Monday, according to a source informed of the agreement. Lewis was released by the Titans after carrying the ball just 54 times last season for only 3.9 yards per carry. He had only 25 catches for 164 yards in the passing game, too, and was very rarely used behind workhorse Derrick Henry. He should be expected to serve as a change-of-pace back behind Saquon Barkley in 2020, and he could have some RB3/flex appeal in PPR leagues if he's used more frequently than he was last year in Tennessee. Giants head coach Joe Judge spent 2015-17 with Lewis in New England.

Mar. 23rd • 7:26 PM
Titans Release Dion Lewis

The Tennessee Titans released running back Dion Lewis on Thursday, according to a source. Lewis' playing time fell off dramatically last season as the backup to Derrick Henry, who the Titans plan to bring back at a big number. After running the ball 155 times in 2018 in his first year with the team, Lewis saw just 54 carries for 209 yards and no rushing touchdowns last season. He added 25 receptions for 164 yards and one score. A change of scenery might be good for the former fifth-round pick, and he could become relevant in PPR leagues again, depending on his destination.

Mar. 12th • 1:58 PM
Dion Lewis Could Be Cap Casualty

Tennessee Titans running back Dion Lewis could be a salary cap casualty this year. Lewis carries a $5.1 million salary for 2020, and the Titans can save $4 million if they cut him, with $1.1 million in dead money. He basically served in a change-of-pace role behind bell-cow Derrick Henry in 2019, carrying the ball only 54 times for 209 yards while adding 25 catches for 164 yards and a touchdown. The 29-year-old was important on third downs and can help pass protect, but the Titans may decide to move to a younger and less expensive option in the draft. Other potential cap casualties include kicker Ryan Succop, veteran tight end Delanie Walker and outside linebacker/defensive end Cameron Wake.

Feb. 17th • 1:00 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Daniel Jones
Colt McCoy
RB Saquon Barkley
Dion Lewis
LWR Darius Slayton
C.J. Board
RWR Sterling Shepard
Damion Ratley
SWR Golden Tate
Cody Core
TE Evan Engram
Kaden Smith
LT Andrew Thomas
Jackson Barton
LG Will Hernandez
C Nick Gates
Spencer Pulley
RG Kevin Zeitler
Shane Lemieux
RT Cameron Fleming
Matt Peart
DT Leonard Williams
B.J. Hill
NT Dalvin Tomlinson
Austin Johnson
DE Dexter Lawrence
RJ McIntosh
SAM Lorenzo Carter
Markus Golden
SILB Oshane Ximines
TJ Brunson
RILB Blake Martinez
Tae Crowder
WLB Devante Downs
Kyler Fackrell
LCB James Bradberry
SS Jabrill Peppers
Nate Ebner
FS Julian Love
Logan Ryan
RCB Corey Ballentine
Isaac Yiadom
CB Darnay Holmes
K Graham Gano