Malcolm Butler

Malcolm Butler Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
March 2, 1990 (30)
Experience
7th Season
Drafted
2014 / Rd. / Pk. (NE)
College
West Alabama

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Malcolm Butler News

Titans Place Malcolm Butler On Injured Reserve

The Tennessee Titans placed cornerback Malcolm Butler (wrist) on the Injured Reserve on Tuesday, ending his season. Cornerback Tye Smith was re-signed in a corresponding move. LeShaun Sims will have a more prominent role in the secondary the rest of the year after being the No. 4 corner behind Butler, Logan Ryan and Adoree' Jackson. Butler, who was signed to a five-year, $61 million deal in March of 2018, had 32 total tackles and two interceptions this year. His loss will be felt in the secondary. Especially if Patrick Mahomes (knee) returns for the Chiefs in Week 10, the Titans Defense should be avoided for fantasy purposes.

Nov. 5th • 3:45 PM
Titans Defense May Lose Malcolm Butler For Season

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said that cornerback Malcolm Butler (wrist) may be lost for the season after breaking his wrist in the Week 9 loss to the Panthers. Losing Butler for the rest of the year would be a big blow to Tennessee's passing defense the rest of the way. That will especially be true with the Chiefs coming to town in Week 10, and quarterback Patrick Mahomes (knee) is targeting a return for that matchup. Needless to say, the Titans Defense/special teams won't be a recommended play if Mahomes is back this Sunday.

Nov. 4th • 1:06 PM
Malcolm Butler To Sign With Titans

Free-agent cornerback Malcolm Butler will sign a five-year, $61 million deal with the Tennesee Titans, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The deal includes a whopping $30 million guaranteed for Butler to join with ex-Patriots head coach Mike Vrabel and general manager Jon Robinson in Tennessee. After Robinson signed Logan Ryan to a three-year, $30 million deal last March, he made this addition to his secondary. Butler seemed in and out of favor with Bill Belichick following his Super Bowl 49 heroics, but was an every-down player until his stunning Super Bowl 52 benching. Although perhaps not truly elite, Butler is a legitimate No. 1 corner.

Mar. 13th • 4:24 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Ryan Tannehill
Logan Woodside
RB Derrick Henry
Jeremy McNichols
LWR A.J. Brown
Kalif Raymond
RWR Corey Davis
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine
SWR Adam Humphries
Cameron Batson
TE Jonnu Smith
Anthony Firkser
LT Ty Sambrailo
LG Rodger Saffold III
Daniel Munyer
C Ben Jones
Aaron Brewer
RG Nate Davis
Jamil Douglas
RT Dennis Kelly
Isaiah Wilson
DE Jack Crawford
Larrell Murchison
NT DaQuan Jones
Matt Dickerson
DT Jeffery Simmons
Isaiah Mack
LOLB Harold Landry III
Derick Roberson
LILB Rashaan Evans
Nick Dzubnar
RILB Jayon Brown
David Long
ROLB Jadeveon Clowney
Vic Beasley Jr.
RCB Johnathan Joseph
SS Kenny Vaccaro
Joshua Kalu
FS Kevin Byard
Dane Cruikshank
LCB Malcolm Butler
Chris Milton
DB Chris Jackson
PK Brett Kern
K Stephen Gostkowski
Tucker McCann