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Fantasy football keeper leagues: 16 players to target in trades

Because fantasy value is as much about opportunity as it is about ability, it’s possible to predict a player’s future value exceeding this season’s by looking at each NFL team’s roster composition and contract situations. We dove into our NFL Nation’s (E+) first look at the 2023 NFL offseason and top 25 free agents and […]

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Fantasy Football Daily Notes: Rookies Watson, Burks shine on TNF; Chiefs’ Hardman on IR

Read ESPN’s fantasy football Daily Notes every weekday to stay caught up on the news you need to know and get a head start on the fantasy football content coming today and tomorrow to ESPN.com and the ESPN Fantasy App. The news: Packers WR Christian Watson caught four of six targets for 48 yards and […]

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Christian Watson helps Packers reach ‘turning point’ with 3 TDs

Perhaps it was fitting then that Watson, the rookie wide receiver who either couldn’t stay healthy or couldn’t consistently catch the ball, turned things around Sunday to help the Packers keep their season off life support. Watson, the second-round pick who was supposed to help offset the loss of All-Pro wideout Davante Adams, caught three […]

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Fantasy Football Daily Notes: The six NFL trade deadline moves that matter most in fantasy

Read ESPN’s fantasy football Daily Notes every weekday to stay caught up on the news you need to know and get a head start on the fantasy football content coming today and tomorrow to ESPN.com and the ESPN Fantasy App. The news: The Bears acquired WR Chase Claypool in trade with the Steelers. What it […]

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Fantasy football NFL trade deadline reaction: Are Chase Claypool, T.J. Hockenson better off?

It may have been the busiest NFL trade deadline day ever. At times, it felt like the frenzy of free agency. So, what are the biggest fantasy football takeaways from the day? We asked our ESPN Fantasy staff for their thoughts on the following questions: Matt Bowen: I might take a flier on Nyheim Hines […]

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Falcons trade suspended Calvin Ridley to Jaguars

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars got a much-needed No. 1 receiver for quarterback Trevor Lawrence — for 2023, at least. The team on Tuesday traded for suspended Atlanta Falcons receiver Calvin Ridley, who is sitting out at least the 2022 season for gambling on NFL games. The earliest Ridley can apply for reinstatement is […]

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College chemistry paying off for six QB-receiver duos in the NFL

Pack your bags. That was the message wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase got from Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow the morning of the 2021 NFL draft. During the 2019 season at LSU, Burrow and Chase formed one of college football’s most potent combinations. When Chase got the text from Burrow on draft day, it indicated a […]

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NFL team previews 2022: Predictions, fantasy breakout players, depth charts, power rankings and over, under picks

The 2022 NFL season kicks off Thursday night, when the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams host the Buffalo Bills (8:20 p.m., NBC). Both are among the prime contenders to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy at the conclusion of the season. After a wild offseason, we will finally have answers to some of this […]

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Which NFL teams added new No. 1 wideouts this offseason? Why 12 moves could work out — or fail

ESPN polled over 50 league executives, coaches, scouts and players in order to rank the top 10 at each position, and of the top five wide receivers, two will be wearing new uniforms this season, including No. 1 Davante Adams, who’s now a member of the Las Vegas Raiders. It was an offseason of receivers […]

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How the Atlanta Falcons have approached ‘transition’ from a salary-cap disaster

Fixing it would take time and patience in a sport where playing careers are short and a willingness to see things through doesn’t always occur. They understood the surface issues and some of the critical, if not difficult, moves to come. Like with any job, the more you are there, the more you learn. “You […]

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