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Premium Content 2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Early MFL10s

MFL10 drafts on MyFantasyLeague.com kick off on February 27. Here are your overall and positional rankings for these PPR, best-ball leagues.

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2016 Fantasy Football Review: QBs

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Fantasy Football Podcast: Dynasty RBs 2-17-17

The 2016 fantasy football season ended, but dynasty leagues tend to heat up around now. We'll spend the next month focused on that format, starting with this week's run through the RBs.

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Fantasy Football Podcast: QB and TE review 2-9-17

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2017 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

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Updated Dynasty Rankings: Defensive Linemen

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Bridgewater not a lock to play again?

Vikings GM Rick Spielman stopped short of guaranteeing that QB Teddy Bridgewater will be able to play again. "Everybody's hoping," Spielman said, adding that the team has no timetable for the former 1st-round pick's return. Updates on Bridgewater's recovery from a torn ACL and dislocated knee have been sparse. This is a reminder of the extreme severity of injury he's attempting to return from. Dynasty owners should only consider Bridgewater a wait-and-see bench stash at this point.

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We passed along earlier this week HC Mike Mularkey's hint that Titans RB DeMarco Murray might draw even more pass targets in 2017. Well, Mularkey has also answered the question of whether Murray will remain the workhorse he was in 2016. “Derrick [Henry] is an important part of our offense,’’ Mularkey said, via the team’s website. “Obviously DeMarco Murray is the guy. He has shown he is the guy and he will continue to be that guy. But I will say this: Each week we put a different game plan together. We spend a lot of hours preparing to play the opponent. And Derrick, and as you saw, some games he was more involved than others. And a lot is based on how we are going to attack the opponent." We'd bet on Henry being at least a bit more involved on offense on a regular basis this season. But don't draft him like he's ready to take Murray's job -- or even half of it -- especially in early drafting. It might take a Murray injury or big drop-off in performance come summer to give Henry such an opportunity. Of course, another season as 2nd fiddle could make Henry a solid "buy" candidate in dynasty formats.

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Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is ready for the start of the team's offseason program in April, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero. Tannehill avoided surgery on his partially torn ACL and sprained MCL and completed his rehab in early February. He's expected to wear a brace on the left knee this season. Barring any setbacks, though, it won't be a concern for his 2017 fantasy stock.

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Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell has yet to schedule groin surgery and isn't expected to, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. We'll chalk that up as good news, although it remains unclear when Bell will be back to 100%. Durability remains a concern for a guy who's had the past 3 seasons ended by injuries.

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Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell has yet to schedule groin surgery and isn't expected to, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. We'll chalk that up as good news, although it remains unclear when Bell will be back to 100%. Durability remains a concern for a guy who's had the past 3 seasons ended by injuries.

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Bills QB Tyrod Taylor has been medically cleared from his January groin surgery, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Buffalo has until March 11 to decide whether to pick up Taylor's $27.5M option bonus. Reports on whether they'll do so have been all over the board. If they don't, it'd start another rebuilding process at the position for the Bills. That'd be bad news for WR Sammy Watkins.

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Titans HC Mike Mularkey wants his RBs to focus a bit less on pass protection and a bit more on getting out into their routes. (You don't hear that too often!). “I’d say we’ve got to get our backs out quicker,” Mularkey said. "... We may have over-emphasized it too much that the backs are waiting for something to happen and trying to get an extra chip. But we’ve got to get them out quicker." DeMarco Murray caught 53 balls on 67 targets last year -- both top-8 marks among RBs. It sounds like there's a chance he sees even more action in the passing game in 2017. The big question for the 29-year-old Murray is whether he can hold off Derrick Henry.

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The Jaguars have traded TE Julius Thomas to the Dolphins in exchange for a 2017 seventh-round pick. This went from Thomas-for-Albert to no trade to Thomas-for-a-pick in the past 12 hours. Thomas disappointed in Jacksonville, missing 11 games and averaging just 35 yards in the other 21 over the past 2 seasons. He, of course, dealt with inconsistent QB play from Blake Bortles. Whether he's getting an upgrade in QB Ryan Tannehill is debatable. Thomas is at least reuniting with Adam Gase, who was Denver's OC when Thomas scored 24 TDs between 2013 and 2014. Turning just 29 in June, there's some bounce-back potential. But fantasy owners shouldn't bet more than a late-round pick on it.

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Multiple outlets are reporting that the Jaguars and Dolphins are working to finalize a Julius Thomas for Branden Albert swap. In Miami, Thomas would be reuniting with Adam Gase, who was the Broncos' OC when Thomas tallied 24 TDs across 2013 and 2014. Of course, QB Peyton Manning also had plenty to do with that. Thomas wouldn't enjoy that level of QB play with the Dolphins, and he'd be battling for targets with DeVante Parker and possibly Kenny Stills behind #1 WR Jarvis Landry. The trade would still leave Thomas as just a TE2 flier in 2017 fantasy drafts, but consider a move to Miami a slight upgrade to his fantasy stock. The deal is reportedly contingent on both Thomas and Albert restructuring their contracts and passing physicals. It can't be made official until the start of the new league year on March 9.

Update: Insider Armando Salguero reports that Jacksonville will be sending Miami a 2018 draft pick, not Thomas, in exchange for Albert. Thomas could still find himself on a new team this coming season. He's due to make $6 million in 2017 on his current deal.

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Free agent WR Michael Floyd pled guilty to 1 count of extreme DUI and was sentenced to 120 days of jail. Just 24 of those will be served in an actual prison, with the other 96 home detention. It's all lost training time for the 27-year-old, though. Between the legal issue and a disastrous 2016 season, Floyd will likely need to settle for a 1-year deal on the open market.

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