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  1. 2014 NFL fantasy football draft kit

    It's never too soon to start thinking about your fantasy football draft. We've got your season previews and plenty of information to get you one step ahead of the rest of your league mates. Read

  2. Cardinals 2014 fantasy outlook

    Where should you draft Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald? Fantasy guru Michael Fabiano gives insight into the best fantasy players from the Arizona Cardinals for 2014. Watch
  3. Top 100 fantasy football trends for 2014

    Wondering what the top fantasy football trends are heading into your 2014 fantasy football draft? Look no further. We've got you covered with the 100 trends you need to know right here. Read

  4. Keep a close eye on fantasy tight ends in camp

    With a lack of depth at the tight end position, it's worth keeping an eye on potential playmakers during training camp. Plus, Marcas Grant has plenty of running back news in the Notebook. Read

  5. Word around camp: Jay Cutler for MVP?

    In the latest edition of "Word around camp," we analyze if Brandon Marshall's MVP talk for Jay Cutler translates over to fantasy football, the Chiefs backup receivers, and Riley Cooper's potential. Read

  6. Committee Meetings: Crowded backfields to watch

    We dive into the wild world of running back committees once again as training camp battles play out this summer. Curious about the Law Firm, CJ2K, Doug Martin and more? Find out more here. Read

  7. Word around camp: Cam Newton's best camp

    Word around camp investigates quotes from training camps across the NF for fantasy insight. In this edition, find out how Cam Newton is improving as well as early impressions of Jordan Cameron. Read

  8. Spiller, Watkins lead Bills' fantasy depth chart

    The Bills have an early answer for the camp competition between C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson. Marcas Grant breaks down Buffalo's depth chart in the Training Camp Fantasy Notebook. Read

  9. Word around camp: Buffalo Bills WRs on the rise?

    Should Sammy Watkins and Mike Williams be moving up fantasy draft boards? According to EJ Manuel, yes. Hear his explanation, our analysis, and more in this edition of "Word around camp." Read

  10. Fantasy impact of Marshawn Lynch's holdout

    Michael Fabiano joins "NFL AM" to discuss Marshawn Lynch's holdout, the injuries to the San Francisco 49ers running backs and the injury to Indianapolis Colts running back Vick Ballard. Watch
  11. Seven injuries to know about for fantasy drafts

    When teams start practicing, it's inevitable that players will suffer injuries. Make sure you stay up to date with the latest injures around the NFL so your fanatsy roster isn't on ice come draft day. Read

  12. Chargers 2014 fantasy outlook

    Will second-year wideout Keenan Allen improve upon his impressive rookie season? Michael Fabiano breaks down who to target in fantasy football from the San Diego Chargers in 2014. Watch
  13. Fantasy instant debate: Marshawn Lynch's holdout

    Marshawn Lynch's holdout is threatening to hurt his fantasy draft value. Our crew debates how patient they're willing to be with Beast Mode. Read

  14. Word around camp: Trendy tight ends to target

    Players and coaches have been chatty with training camps starting. Find out which tight ends could be on the rise this season, as well as some sleepers to target later in fantasy drafts. Read

  15. Deciphering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fantasy RBs

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford has said the dirtiest word in fantasy football: "committee." Does that spell doom for Doug Martin and co.? The fantasy film study investigates. Read

  16. Fantasy Football Player News

    • James White RB - NE Bill Belichick is... 12:07 pm   7/31/14

      Bill Belichick is already talking up the newest addition to the Patriots backfield, fourth-round rookie James White out of Wisconsin."It's been good working with James White. He's a very interesting and versatile player," Belichick told Sirius XM NFL Radio this month, per ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss."He does a good job in the passing game and in the running game -- both inside and outside...I think he has the ability to compete on all three downs, in both the running game and the passing game."

      Impacts: White is currently behind incumbants Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley on the depth chart. But the way New England uses their running backs throughout the season, it's not out of the question for the rookie to get some carries if he can beat out Brandon Bolden for the No. 3 job in a dynamic and unpredictable Patriots backfield.

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