Here is a list of select Wide Receivers who can be unrestricted free agents at that time. These players can re-sign with their current teams at any time and can begin to negotiate with other teams beginning on March 9th. Read More
With the college football season in the rear view mirror and NFL staffs continuing to work on their draft plans, the Senior Bowl is a great opportunity to get a final look at prospects in a competitive environment before April’s draft. Read More
Four weeks ago the Houston Texans visited Gillette Stadium in supposedly their biggest game in franchise history – and they limped away victims of a 42-14 loss to the New England Patriots. Read More
With Sunday’s NFL games kicking off in hours, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for last-minute injury updates to help you set your fantasy lineup for Week 11. Read More
Our fantasy guru, James Morris, delivers his “start ‘em” and “sit ‘em” advice as well as plenty of injury updates to help get your fantasy team ready for Sunday. Read More
With one week of the 2012 Fantasy Football season all complete, it’s time now for owners to look at ways to improve their teams through the waiver wire and trades. In case you missed it on Monday, take a look at a few players to consider adding off of the waiver wire. Read More
The first Sunday of the 2012 fantasy football is now in the books, and just like the NFL there were winners and losers. However your team performed, it’s important to remember, a first week win doesn’t guarantee you a playoff spot and an opening week loss doesn’t spell doom for your fantasy team. Read More
Many fantasy football drafts are right around the corner, so it’s time for our fantasy guru, James Morris, to continue his 2012 Fantasy Football preview. After breaking down the quarterbacks and running backs in recent weeks, James turns his attention to the wide receiver position. Here are his wide receiver rankings based on standard (non-PPR) scoring formats::
1) Calvin Johnson: Megatron is the best WR in the NFL, and the race isn’t even close.
It was a tale of two football games all wrapped into one as I observed Saturday’s match-up between the Miami Dolphins (5-10) and the New England Patriots (12-3). Coaches at every level of sports always preach about playing from start to finish, and it was on full display this past weekend! The Dolphins defense completely dominated the first half of the game, making Patriots quarterback Tom Brady look confused and frustrated.