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  1. Perriman's speed alone won't equal fantasy success

    Former UCF wide receiver Breshad Perriman ran a blistering 4.25 second 40-yard dash at his pro day, but Alex Gelhar writes that Perriman might need time to develop into a true fantasy threat. Read

  2. 2014 Top 20 fantasy point-per-touch wide receivers

    Let's take a look at the top 20 fantasy wideouts from 2014 and rank them not by total points, but their point-per-touch average. Read

  3. 2014 Top 10 fantasy point-per-touch tight ends

    Does a player produce with fewer touches, or does he need a lot of work to make an impact? Let's take a look at the top 10 fantasy tight ends from 2014 and rank them not by total points, but by their point-per-touch average. Read

  4. RBs win, Drew Brees loses in Big Board shakeup

    With the bulk of free agency finished, Marcas Grant revises his 2015 Fantasy Football Big Board. Plenty of running backs will like what they see. Drew Brees probably won't. Read

  5. Prospect-a-day: Profiling the 2015 NFL Draft class

    NFL Fantasy is profiling the top prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft class, one each day from now until the draft at the end of April. Get a leg up on your fantasy football prep for 2015 right here! Read

  6. Nelson Agholor's skills not yet fantasy ready

    USC wide receiver Nelson Agholor is a technically proficient young wide receiver. However, does he have the standout abilities that could make him fantasy valuable in the NFL? Read

  7. Fantasy winners and losers in free agency

    The NFL's free agency frenzy has been one wild ride, as numerous big-name players have changed addresses. Here's a look at how their fantasy appeal has changed in the last week. Read

  8. Top 20 fantasy point-per-touch running backs

    Let's take a look at the top 20 fantasy runners from 2014 and rank them not by total points, but by their point-per-touch average. Read

  9. Quarterbacks fall in new Top 100 fantasy players list

    The Free Agency Frenzy has subsided, and Michael Fabiano has updated his Top 100 fantasy players for 2015 list. The biggest change? Some big-name signal-callers have taken a tumble. Read

  10. Fantasy instant debate: The No. 3 fantasy QB is...?

    There's little dispute over who the top two fantasy quarterbacks will be in 2015. Our fantasy crew sets out to divine who should be No. 3. Turns out there's little disagreement over that one as well. Read

  11. 2015 fantasy football free agency tracker

    The NFL's free agency period is upon us. We're tracking all the key fantasy signings like Randall Cobb and Marshawn Lynch, and what it means for their fantasy fortunes during the 2015 season. Read

  12. 2014 Top 10 fantasy quarterbacks points-per-touch

    Take a look at the top 10 fantasy quarterbacks from 2014 ranked not by total points, but by their fantasy point-per-touch average. Read

  13. Free agency's fantasy implications

    NFL Senior Fantasy Analyst Michael Fabiano breaks down some of the more recent moves in 2015's busy free agency period, explaining the fantasy implications of the moves. Watch
  14. Graham trade to Seattle creates fantasy ripple effect

    In a stunner, the Saints have traded Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks. As Michael Fabiano writes, the fantasy impact of this deal will have a wide-ranging impact for both clubs. Read

  15. Lynch retains top fantasy value by staying in Seattle

    Marshawn Lynch isn't going anywhere. With Beast Mode returning to the Seattle Seahawks, Michael Fabiano is all in on the workhorse running back in fantasy -- even if there are red flags. Read

  16. Frank Gore retains fantasy relevance with Colts

    Frank Gore to the Eagles? Not so fast. By signing with the Indianapolis Colts, Michael Fabiano believes the veteran running back has retained a bit of his fantasy value for 2015. Read

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  18. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Jarrett Boykin WR - CAR Boykin signed a one-year contract with t... 2:37 pm   3/27/15

      Boykin signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Friday, ESPN's David Newton reports.

      Impacts: Boykin caught just three passes for the Packers in 2014, after hauling in 49-of-82 targets for 681 yards and three touchdowns the previous season. He did well to land with a team that lacks complements to Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen, but Boykin will still have to prove in training camp that he's worthy of a role in the Carolina offense. With Benjamin locked in as the No. 1 wideout, the likes of Boykin, Jerricho Cotchery, Philly Brown, Ted Ginn and Brenton Bersin could all be part of a wide-open competition for snaps. Of course, the Panthers may still opt to address the position in April's draft.

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