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Fantasy's Biggest Sleeper

The Raiders' OTHER free-agent WR addition looks like a huge value in fantasy drafts.

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Podcast: July ADP Check 7-18-19

Panthers receivers are shooting up draft boards. Melvin Gordon Holdout Mania is resetting ADPs in the Chargers' backfield. And QBs are moving all over the place. Let's check in to see how player values have shifted and what that will mean for your fantasy football draft.

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Premium Content Stealing a Top 10 QB

Planning to wait on a QB in your draft? Good. These 4 mid-to-late-rounders have the potential to crack QB1 range and return big value.

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Premium Content 2019 RB Strength of Schedule

Should you be attacking Patriots RBs in your fantasy football draft simply because of their schedule?

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Premium Content 10 Rookies Who Can Help You Win in 2019

Don't miss out on this year's Phillip Lindsay or Calvin Ridley. Get to know the 10 rookies most likely to help you win your fantasy league this season.

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Premium Content 6 Offensive Lines Poised to Help or Harm Your Fantasy Team

Offensive line quality is baked into our rankings and projections. But let's examine a handful of units that warrant extra attention.

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Podcast: AFC North Projections 7-11-19

Let's wrap up the series by pointing out some underrated Bengals, some overrated QBs and the big changes that will shape fantasy football in the AFC North in 2019.

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Todd Gurley, RB LAR

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Gurley "feeling great"

Rams RB Todd Gurley is "feeling great," HC Sean McVay said. "I think, you know, one of the things about Todd is (he's a) great competitor," McVay added. "I think he's earned the right to be able to have the plan that we had this offseason. Can't wait to get him back going. I know he's ready to go." It's been all doom and gloom regarding Gurley's knee this offseason, but we'll start to get a better idea of his status when Rams training camp opens next weekend. Gurley's ADP has dipped into the middle of Round 2.

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The Eagles are bringing back RB Darren Sproles on a 1-year deal. The 36-year-old has played in just 9 games over the past 2 seasons, missing time with a torn ACL, a fractured forearm and hamstring injuries. He's not even a lock to make the roster amid a crowded backfield. But it's also possible Sproles makes the team and plays a role in the passing game. He was targeted 30 times in 8 games last season (including playoffs). The veteran could be a drain on rookie RB Miles Sanders' receiving production.

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The league will not discipline Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill over the assault allegations he faced this offseason, according to multiple reports. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the NFL has found no evidence that Hill abused his son. "It will leave open case if further evidence emerges, but Hill is free to report to camp, practice and play this season," Schefter tweeted. That clears Hill for 16 games, barring further evidence emerging. Hill had already climbed to Round 4 of best-ball drafts and could make his way into the 3rd or even 2nd round of drafts now. He belongs in that range. His cleared status helps QB Patrick Mahomes, lowers the target ceiling for WR Sammy Watkins and should push rookie WR Mecole Hardman to the fringes of 2019 redraft.

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Ravens WR Marquise Brown has been placed on the Non Football Injury list to open training camp with the Lisfranc injury he suffered late last season. It's a bit of a surprise after the 1st-round rookie reportedly took part in drills in June minicamp. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport hears that Brown "is progressing well and should be back on the field in a few weeks." So it sounds like he still has a shot to be ready by Week 1. But Brown will be playing catch-up and is a poor bet for an early-season fantasy impact.

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Broncos HC Vic Fangio said Wednesday that RB Phillip Lindsay "is ready to go" for the start of training camp, according to NFL Network's James Palmer. That's been expected, according to previous reports. But confirmation that Lindsay's surgically repaired wrist is healed can only help his fantasy outlook as the team opens camp. We'll see how becoming active impacts Lindsay's ADP in fantasy football drafts.

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Broncos GM John Elway said Wednesday that WR Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) will not be placed on the active/PUP list. Elway confirmed that Sanders will be eased into training camp, but avoiding the active/PUP means Sanders can't be placed on reserve/PUP, which would have cost him the first 6 weeks of the season. The Broncos evidently believe Sanders will be ready to play early. We'll continue to monitor his rehab.

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Titans OC Arthur Smith plans to "ride" RB Derrick Henry this season, Jim Wyatt of the team's official website writes. That's what we're expecting. We currently project Henry for 263 carries -- 4th most among all RBs. The question is whether his role in the passing game will expand. Henry totaled just 18 catches and 15 targets last year. And even during that huge 4-game stretch to close last season, he saw just 3 targets. It'll be tough for Henry to break into RB1 territory without more receiving production. The good news is that his ADP is still sitting in RB2 territory in the 4th round.

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Packers insider Ryan Wood confirms that Aaron Jones was the team's clear #1 RB this spring. "That's how it's gonna be this fall," Wood adds. This shouldn't come as a surprise after Jones operated as Green Bay's clear lead back over the 2nd half of the season and finished his sophomore campaign with a big 5.5 yards per carry. But it's nice confirmation with a new coaching staff in town. "If he stays healthy, he's gonna have a big year," Wood says of Jones. We agree.

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Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) admitted on Tuesday that he won't be at 100% for the start of training camp and said his goal is to be ready for Week 1. That shouldn't come as a surprise considering he's still only 7-and-a-half months removed from his torn Achilles, an injury that can take a year or longer to fully recover from. We consider Sanders no better than 50/50 for the season opener and would avoid him even at his current 12th-round ADP.

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Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald has been struck by the tempo of new HC Kliff Kingsbury's offense. "It's not so much what he's installing that stands out; it's how its run, the tempo of it," Fitzgerald said. "Every single day, with more experience, we were able to run it faster and faster and faster, get more plays in more efficiently. The faster guys understand the concepts the more pressure we can put on defenses." That's perhaps the most exciting aspect of Arizona's offense this season. The 2018 Cardinals ranked 31st in offensive snaps. The 2019 Cardinals should make a big move up those rankings, maybe even into the top 10. It's a reason to be excited about guys like Kyler Murray, David Johnson, Christian Kirk and Fitzgerald.

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