It took two weeks, but a handful of key Fantasy contributors were nicked up in Week 2. Our Jamey Eisenberg runs through all of your free agent alternatives by position.
Which players led their Fantasy owners to the most titles in 2012? Our Jamey Eisenberg profiles some winning players and why the right strategy is so important going into Draft Day.
Jerry Jones didn't just invest millions in Tony Romo -- he also dedicated several of his team's 2013 draft selections towards aiding his quarterback, including nabbing the big-play receiver who could be the perfect addition to Dallas' aggressive offense.
The Jaguars have not had much to offer Fantasy owners in recent seasons, even with Maurice Jones-Drew on the roster. Dave Richard takes a look at what Jacksonville might be able to offer in 2013.
Two days after the beginning of the 2013 NFL Free Agency period, let's take a look at where your team stands.
Right now the receivers are catching big money. But, as Clark Judge notes, the recent deals prove this much: It doesn't pay (as much) to be a slot receiver.
Wes Welker signs with Peyton Manning and the Broncos, which is further proof the market for wideouts is soft this offseason, Jason La Canfora reports.
Jaguars cut wide receiver Laurent Robinson one year after signing him to a five-year, $32 million deal.
For a team in need of a game-changing, playmaker at wide receiver, there could be several opportunities in free agency such as Mike Wallace, Dwayne Bowe and Greg Jennings among others. None of the receivers, however, come without a good deal of risk. It could place a number of GMs in a difficult conundrum as they look to balance salary-cap considerations and a relative lack of talent in the Draft.
Could DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon turn out to be great picks in 2013? Nathan Zegura takes a look at the NFC East in his latest target report.

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