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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Nakobe Dean: Ready for larger role

    Dean said Wednesday that he anticipates playing more during the upcoming season than he did as a rookie in 2022, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. A third-round pick last spring, Dean took 340 snaps on special teams but only 34 on defense while playing behind a trio of linebackers (T.J. Edwards, Kyzir White, Haason Reddick) that all played 17 games. Edwards and White signed elsewhere this offseason, leaving nearly 2,000 off-ball-linebacker snaps that likely will be filled by some combination of Dean, seventh-year pro Nicholas Morrow and rookie first-round pick Nolan Smith. Dean and Smith are two of the five Eagles who were part of Georgia's dominant championship-winning 2021 defense, joined by cornerback Kelee Ringo and defensive tackles Jordan Davis and Jalen Carter. When it comes to IDP value, Dean has a chance to take over the three-down role that Edwards handled last season en route to finishing tied for seventh among linebackers in tackles (159) and pass breakups (seven).
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  • Eagles' Nakobe Dean: Non-factor as rookie

    Dean appeared in all 17 of the Eagles' regular-season contests and posted 13 tackles across 670 total snaps (33 on defense). The third-round pick out of Georgia operated mostly as a special-teams contributor during his first NFL campaign. If T.J. Edwards opts to leave in free agency this summer, Dean could step into a starting role at linebacker in Year 2. However, if Edwards re-signs, Dean may once again be on the outside looking in for regular snaps on defense.
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