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  1. Fantasy waiver wire: Week 5

    Take a look at the 10 players you need to target off the free-agent market as you reach your goal of winning a league championship! Should Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns be on your radar? Read

  2. Deep dive: Grab these rookies off waivers now

    Some rookies are earning more playing time and as such should be earning the attention of fantasy football players. Find out who you need to acquire now to stash on your bench off of waivers. Read

  3. Reading the Defense: Carter among early surprises

    The Cowboys defense has been better than advertised so far this season and Bruce Carter is part of the reason why. Marcas Grant has more in this week's Reading the Defense. Read

  4. Big man Tate worth a waiver add

    With Ben Tate returning this week from injury, he could be a nice waiver addition. Erin Skelley of has even more options for fantasy owners. Read

  5. DeMarco Murray goes No. 1 in fantasy mock re-draft

    With a quarter of the season gone, Marcas Grant takes all of our new knowledge and mocks up a new fantasy draft. There's a distinct change at the top. Read

  6. Monday Nightmare: Can you trust any Patriot?

    The nightmare continues for fantasy enthusiasts who start Tom Brady. And now it's starting to spread to other Patriots stalwarts. Read

  7. Top 30 Fantasy Scorers: Week 4

    The Week 4 list is a balanced one with quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers all represented in the top 10. Find out who made the cut here. Read

  8. Manning steals Week 4 spotlight to win POW

    Eli Manning carved up Washington's secondary on Thursday night in his best game of the season to top this week's fantasy scorers. Find out who else earned honorable mentions from Week 4. Read

  9. Committee Meetings: Young RBs earning more reps

    The door is open in Minnesota and Jacksonville for some young running back talent to emerge. We break down some of the most successful backfield committees of Week 4. Read

  10. Forte, Gore back to big workloads

    A couple of teams regained their identities by feeding their star running backs in Week 4. Fantasy football owners should be very thankful for it. Details in Fantasy Breakdown. Read

  11. Week 4 fantasy football #KABOOM winners

    Eli Manning and Larry Donnell connected for three touchdowns on Thursday night, but were they able to remain the top-scoring players at their positions all week? Find out here. Read

  12. 'NFL Fantasy Live': Luck preliminary fantasy MVP?

    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has 22 more fantasy points than the next best QB. We debate if Luck has been the most reliable fantasy player so far in 2014. Watch
  13. That Helps No One Week 4: London calling

    Week 4 saw a number of worthy "That Helps No One" contenders, particularly in the first game in London as part of the NFL International Series. But who will take home the crown? Read

  14. 'NFL Fantasy Live': Week 5 That Helps No One

    The "NFL Fantasy Live" crew takes a look at Week 4's fantasy players who robbed precious points from the players you actually started. Watch
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  16. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Jadeveon Clowney LB - HOU Clowney (knee) recently resumed jogging,... 8:00 pm   9/30/14

      Clowney (knee) recently resumed jogging, the Houston Chronicle reports. "Everything is starting to come along just like I want it to," Clowney said. "I think I'll be back in a few weeks -- that's the goal."

      Impacts: Now more than three weeks removed from surgery to repair a torn meniscus suffered during the first half of his first regular-season game, Clowney has progressed to the point where he can run lightly on the injured knee. He's hoping to be back in a matter of weeks, but he stressed that his main focus is making sure he is completely healthy before returning to action. This year's top overall draft choice sustained the injury on a non-contact play, but he said it had nothing to do with the turf at NRG Stadium, and rather it was "just how [he] came down on it wrong."

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