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  • Fantasy update for Week 7: Percy Harvin's outlook as a Jet, and injury concerns for Jake Locker, Jimmy Graham

    You read that headline correctly, the Seattle Seahawks traded wide receiver and kick return specialist Percy Harvin traded to the New York Jets on Friday, a stunning move that has NFL and fantasy implications. Fantasy outlook: The Seahawks appear to...
  • Fantasy waivers for Week 7: Target Rueben Randle, Mohamed Sanu

    Unlike Week 6, free-agent running backs may be hard to come by this week, depending on your fantasy football league. Most of your value will be found in wide receivers. And that's OK. That position can be just as scarce in leagues that start three...
  • Fantasy start/sit for Week 6: Bernard, Tate should see plenty of action

    Fantasy start/sit for Week 6: Bernard, Tate should see plenty of action
    Injuries are a pain (sorry about that) -- unless you're the beneficiary. That looks to be a recurring theme in Week 6 as key injuries on offense and defense present opportunities for certain players to fill up the fantasy football stat sheets. START...
  • Fantasy update: Injuries to Zac Stacy, Vernon Davis force fantasy decisions

    Fantasy update: Injuries to Zac Stacy, Vernon Davis force fantasy decisions
    Week 6 of the NFL promises too many fruitful matchups to take a chance on a lemon. Several players have been dealing with injuries that could impact their fantasy football production, and owners should consider benching them for better prospects. Let'...
  • Fantasy update: Injury developments, plus a bonus reader mailbag

    Fantasy update: Injury developments, plus a bonus reader mailbag
    As anyone who started a Minnesota Vikings player in their fantasy football lineup knows, one injury can have devastating consequences for a whole team -- real or fantasy. It may not be fair to pin the Vikings' offensive futility Thursday night solely on...
  • 5 fantasy football regrets you'll want to fix

    5 fantasy football regrets you'll want to fix
    Week 5 in the NFL is here, and while most fans in the city are gearing up for Sunday's Bears-Carolina matchup, I'm worried about the only fall sport I'm good at nowadays: fantasy football. We're a quarter of the way into the fantasy season and while it'...
  • Fantasy start/sit for Week 5: 2 Panthers make great plays against Bears

    I'll get to the fantasy football lineup suggestions shortly, but first a haiku. Bridgewater won't play Fate returns Christian Ponder Why does fate hate us? You heard right, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater hasn't recovered from an...
  • Fantasy mailbag: Trouble at tight end position

    Fantasy mailbag: Trouble at tight end position
    Tribune fantasy football columnist Phillip Thompson answers readers questions. Q. I have Niles Paul and Jordan Cameron for TE’s. I am strong in the RB dept. Is this the week to finally say goodbye to my first-round pick Adrian Peterson and grab...
  • Fantasy recap: Steve Smith Sr., other vets up to 'old' tricks

    Fantasy recap: Steve Smith Sr., other vets up to 'old' tricks
    Before Sunday's complete domination of his old team the Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. may have made mention once or twice or 47 times that he's 35 years old. His advanced age no doubt factored into the Panthers'...
  • TV show based on fantasy football guru Matthew Berry

    TV show based on fantasy football guru Matthew Berry
    Regardless of whatever he has done in his various leagues, Matthew Berry has to be the biggest winner in fantasy sports history. Berry became a fantasy guru at ESPN with 661,000 followers on Twitter. His popularity led to him writing a best-selling...
  • Adrian Peterson's discipline of boy 'exceeds' standards: D.A. official

    All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson crossed the line when he struck his child with what has been described as a “switch” this year, a Texas prosecutor said. Speaking at a news conference Saturday, Phil Grant of the Montgomery County...