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2019 Fantasy Football Rankings - Rookies, Best Ball, Dynasty

Christian Kirk Projected To Be Pro Bowler?

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk has the potential to be a Pro Bowl selection in 2019, at least according to NFL.com's Marc Sessler. He is expected to be the team's deep threat, and if he is able to jell with rookie QB Kyler Murray the sky could be the limit for the second-year receiver... Read More

2 weeks ago

KeeSean Johnson Trying To Make Waves At Camp

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Keesean Johnson has a lot of competition, as he is one of three wideout draft picks heading into training camp and the preseason behind veteran Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk. There is also Kevin White, Damiere Byrd, Chad Williams and Trent Sherfield fighting for a job, so the competition will... Read More

2 weeks ago

Robert Nkemdiche Arrested Twice In Offseason

Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche (knee) was arrested for speeding and driving with a suspended license on June 6, according to a police report, and again on June 12 for traffic-related offenses. The first-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft has been a disappointment, and he is coming off a torn anterior cruciate ligament... Read More

2 weeks ago

Chad Williams, Trent Sherfield Have Uphill Climb

Arizona Cardinals wide receivers Chad Williams and Trent Sherfield are hopeful that a season of learning in 2018 will help them as they look to impress head coach Kliff Kingsbury and the new coaching staff. The two receivers have an uphill climb just to win a roster spot, as the team has Larry Fitzgerald, Christian... Read More

2 weeks ago

Kevin White Looks To Revive Career In Desert

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Kevin White is looking to resurrect his career, but he has many hurdles on a roster stacked with veterans and promising rookies. White was a top-10 pick in 2015 with the Chicago Bears, but he never realized his potential since his first few years were marred by injuries. Larry Fitzgerald and... Read More

2 weeks ago


Damiere Byrd Looking To Latch On In Arizona

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver/kick returner Damiere Byrd is looking to latch on with the team in his fourth NFL season. Byrd suffered a broken arm in Week 12 of the 2018 season with the Carolina Panthers, but is recovered and challenging for a roster spot. He is speedy, and could be valuable in head coach... Read More

2 weeks ago

Alex Tanney, Kyle Lauletta Duke It Out For No. 3 Job

New York Giants quarterback Alex Tanney appears to be on track for the No. 3 job after a strong spring. Tanney and Daniel Jones split the second-team reps during minicamp and organized team activities (OTAs), while Lauletta only saw third-team reps with Tanney. The fourth-round pick in 2018, Lauletta looks to be on the outside... Read More

2 weeks ago

Paul Perkins Sees Plenty Of Meaningful Reps

New York Giants running back Paul Perkins, not Wayne Gallman, was the first running back up during spring practices when Saquon Barkley was on the sidelines. The team is trying to limit Barkley's workload in the offseason, and it appears Perkins is the biggest beneficiary. He'll need to continue his good play into training camp... Read More

2 weeks ago

Scott Simonson, C.J. Conrad Show Out In Spring

New York Giants tight end Scott Simonson ran with the first and second team during spring practices when Evan Engram was held out of the sessions. Beat writer Matt Lombardo said Simonson made some impressive grabs during the session, as he challenges for the primary backup job behind Engram. He and undrafted rookie C.J. Conrad... Read More

2 weeks ago

Darius Slayton Back On Track In Competition

New York Giants wide receiver Darius Slayton reportedly had a rough minicamp, but he rebounded during organized team activities (OTAs), and is back on track in the hunt for the No. 3 receiver job heading into training camp and the preseason. He was clocked with a 4.39 time in the 40-yard dash, and he gives... Read More

2 weeks ago


Daniel Jones Impressive In First Round Of Practices

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was impressive during spring practices, and head coach Pat Shurmur said the rookie out of Duke is "on track to play Day 1." Hints of a potential quarterback competition didn't rattle QB Eli Manning this week, as he brushed off the potential of a controversy. Still, the Giants used... Read More

2 weeks ago

Sterling Shepard Impresses In Spring Practice

New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard was considered far and away the most dominant receiver on the field during spring practices, according to beat writer Matt Lombardo. He worked in the slot, but also was used on deep post patterns, as he transitions to more of a complete receiver with Odell Beckham Jr. now... Read More

2 weeks ago

Wayne Gallman Struggles During Spring Practices

New York Giants running back Wayne Gallman is penciled in as the No. 2 back behind starter Saquon Barkley, but he reportedly struggled during spring practice. Gallman had multiple dropped passes during the practice sessions, and some of the first-team reps (with Barkley sitting out), went to Paul Perkins. The latter, as well as Jonathan... Read More

2 weeks ago

Paul Perkins Getting Second-Team Reps

The New York Giants know who their starting running back is because Saquon Barkley is on the team's roster, but there appears to be a surprise candidate for the number-two job appearing during offseason workouts as Paul Perkins has been getting second-team reps. Perkins missed all of last season and has struggled in the instances... Read More

2 weeks ago

Eli Manning Doesn't Believe Giants Have QB Competition

New York Giants veteran quarterback Eli Manning told NFL.com that he doesn't believe the Giants have a quarterback competition going on right now. Manning intends to help rookie Daniel Jones transition to the NFL, but he doesn't feel that Jones is a threat to his starting job at this point. It's hard to tell if... Read More

2 weeks ago


Dynasty Startup ADP Arbitrage - Kyler Murray or Cam Newton?

There's been a lot of hype behind Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray. Playing in an Air Raid-style offense for the Cardinals should allow Murray to be a high-volume passer fairly quickly, a guy who can be a great passer moving forward. There's also been a lot of not-hype for Cam Newton, who missed a couple... Read More

2 weeks ago

Barkevious Mingo Converting To Pass-Rusher

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Barkevious Mingo is going to be looked at as a primary pass-rusher in 2019, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Mingo started at strongside linebacker last year, but with the team's depth at linebacker this season and the loss of Frank Clark, Carroll told reporters that he's going to give Mingo a... Read More

3 weeks ago

Melvin Ingram Says Chargers Are The Best

Los Angeles Chargers edge rusher Melvin Ingram was asked about teammate Melvin Gordon's comments that the Chargers were the team to beat in the AFC West, and he one-upped the man. "We're the team to beat in the NFL," Ingram said. The most surprising part is that he might be right. LA's offense is a... Read More

3 weeks ago

Mitch Trubisky Has Plenty Of Doubters

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky will have plenty of pressure on his shoulders once training camp opens at the end of July. The Bears possess an elite defense, won 12 games last season and will open camp with a young, talented core intact. There is plenty of hype heading into the season but Trubisky remains... Read More

3 weeks ago

Josh Adams Might Not Make the Eagles Roster in 2019

Philadelphia Eagles running back Josh Adams might not make the final roster for the 2019 season. The undrafted rookie led the Eagles in rushing yards in 2018 with 511 yards, but the Eagles picked up Jordan Howard from the Bears and drafted Miles Sanders in the second round. Adams was fine as a rusher, but... Read More

3 weeks ago


Ezekiel Elliott Unlikely to be Extended This Season

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is unlikely to have his contract extended this season, according to several reports. The Cowboys started talking to Elliott about keeping him around long term this offseason, but Amari Cooper and Dak Prescott will take precedence over Elliott. Once Cooper and Prescott's contracts are taken care off, the Cowboys... Read More

3 weeks ago

LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore, Devin Singletary Split Reps

The Buffalo Bills running back rotation was always going to be a tough one to predict and so far, nothing about this offseason has helped to clarify things, as LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore and Devin Singletary have split first-team repetitions. McCoy and Gore are among the NFL's oldest backs, so using a full-borne committee approach in... Read More

3 weeks ago

Will Dissly On Schedule In Return From Patellar Injury

Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly's rookie campaign was cut short after four games due to a patellar injury, but he posted encouraging numbers in those games, catching eight passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns. He's expected to be healthy and ready to return at some point during training camp. Dissly's ability as a... Read More

3 weeks ago

Benny Snell Jr. Ready For First Training Camp

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Benny Snell Jr. is entering his rookie season after being selected in the fourth round of this year's draft. The Kentucky product is fresh off a fruitful career in the SEC. He rushed for 1,000 yards in all three seasons, including 1,449 yards and 16 scores in 2018. Snell knows that... Read More

3 weeks ago

Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny Could Be Heading For Timeshare

While Chris Carson is expected to open the season as the lead running back for the Seattle Seahawks, head coach Pete Carroll has said that he isn't sure who will be the lead back between Carson and second-year runner Rashaad Penny and that the situation could change on a week-to-week basis. It's worth monitoring this situation... Read More

3 weeks ago


Tyreek Hill Could Be Suspended Four Games

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill recently met with the NFL to discuss his child-abuse case, and Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports that some around the Chiefs are anticipating a four-game suspension for Hill. He's expected to join the team for training camp, but if the Chiefs are without Hill for the season's... Read More

3 weeks ago

Bryce Love Unlikely To Be Ready For Start Of Season

Washington Redskins rookie running back Bryce Love (knee) isn't expected to be ready to play at the start of the NFL season. Love put up decent numbers at Stanford after replacing Christian McCaffrey, but he never lived up to some of the early hype about his college career, and he enters the NFL in an... Read More

3 weeks ago

Josh Oliver Has Strong Start To OTAs

Jacksonville Jaguars rookie tight end Josh Oliver is off to a strong start in the team's offseason practices. Oliver told Jaguars.com's John Oehser that practicing with the team has "gone well," and the team's coaching staff has also praised Oliver's performance. The Jaguars have a pretty unsettled situation at tight end right now, with Oliver... Read More

3 weeks ago

Raiders Have High Expectations For Josh Jacobs

As training camp approaches for the Oakland Raiders, running back Josh Jacobs may be the player that the team needs the most to help balance the offense in 2019. Drafted as the first RB off the board in April's draft at 24th overall, the Raiders are hopeful that Jacobs can maintain the role as the... Read More

3 weeks ago

Dynasty Stock Watch - Running Back Risers

If you play in dynasty leagues, you know how volatile things can be on a year-to-year basis. One year, you're winning a title, and the next year, your players are getting benched for rookies, injuries are tearing your team apart, and you're heading to the bottom of the league. To stay ahead, you've got to... Read More

3 weeks ago


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