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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. 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

  3. Rob Gronkowski, Andre Johnson report for duty

    Rob Gronkoswki and Andre Johnson both made appearances at their respective teams' training camps, albeit under slightly different circumstances. Nonetheless, fantasy enthusiasts should be pleased. Read

  4. Fantasy implications of Marshawn Lynch's holdout

    Marshawn Lynch has hauled a mammoth workload over the last three seasons. Find out what we've uncovered about past running backs with similar workloads and how their future fantasy value was affected. Read

  5. Word around camp: Alfred Morris seeks more catches

    'Word around camp' offers the latest fantasy insight straight from the mouths of the coaches and players. In this edition, find out how Alfred Morris is trying to increase his value in the passing attack. Read

  6. 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

  7. A history of RB holdouts and statistical decline

    Holding out from training camp has not fared well for running backs statistically upon their return. Michael Fabiano evaluates how Marshawn Lynch's recent decision could affect his fantasy value. Read

  8. Chris Johnson shines early in Jets training camp

    How much does CJ2K has left in the tank and is he still a fantasy-relevant running back in the Jets backfield? Find out how his first day of camp went and what it could mean for your draft. Read

  9. Jets' alleged QB competition is on ... or not

    In the latest Training Camp Fantasy Notebook, Rex Ryan still thinks the Jets have a quarterback competition. Michael Vick still does not. Read

  10. Ray Rice suspension opens door for Bernard Pierce

    Ray Rice will be forced to miss the first two games of 2014. Marcas Grant writes that this turns the fantasy focus to Bernard Pierce in the interim. Read

  11. Key training camp battles to watch closely

    It's time for training camp and there are jobs to be won. Keep an eye on some of these key battles that could impact how you draft your fantasy team this summer. Read

  12. Trying to decipher running back usage for 2014

    Just about every team has a philosophy on how to use its running backs. Marcas Grant tries to make sense of it all in a new Training Camp Fantasy Notebook. Read

  13. Crowded backfields to monitor during training camp

    Running back by committee is a phrase no fantasy owner wants to hear. We delve into the frustrating rushing strategy and which over populated backfields to keep your eye on during training camp. Read

  14. Victor Cruz is nervous: Should fantasy owners be?

    Victor Cruz and Eli Manning have both admitted to feeling nervous about learning a new offensive system. Is this just early-season humble pie, or should fantasy owners be concerned? Read

  15. C.J. Spiller hopes to take pressure off EJ Manuel

    In the latest edition of the Training Camp Fantasy Notebook, C.J. Spiller and the Bills rushers hope to make life easier for EJ Manuel. Plus, what should fantasy owners make of Washington's running game? Read

  16. Instant Debate: Biggest fantasy risk in 2014

    Success in fantasy football means being able to manage risk. Our NFL Fantasy crew debates which stars could bring the most for owners to worry about in 2014. Read

  17. Scherzer joins 'NFL AM'

    MLB All-Star pitcher Max Scherzer stops by "NFL AM" to discuss his love for fantasy football and the leagues he is starting through Big League Impact, which offers fans the opportunity to compete against him. Watch
  18. Who could make the leap to fantasy stardom in 2014?'s Around The League team recently profiled 25 players in their Making the Leap series over the past few weeks. Find out how this list could affect your fantasy team in 2014. Read

  19. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Bernard Pierce RB - BAL Pierce told... 3:35 pm   7/23/14

      Pierce told The Baltimore Sun on Tuesday that he will be able to practice with no restrictions at training camp after undergoing shoulder surgery in January. "The running game is definitely a lot simpler than what we had the year before," Pierce said. "We actually did this in college. I definitely like the zone scheme. I'm used to it. I got a knack for this kind of offense."

      Impacts: The Ravens will count on Pierce to carry the load for their backfield early in the season with the pending suspension of Ray Rice. Baltimore is looking to improve on last year's miserable rushing effort with the help of new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. Target Pierce in the mid-to-late rounds as a flex option, but don't bank on him being the workhorse all season long.

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