Adrian Peterson just finished his ninth NFL season and he is currently 17th on the NFL's all-time rushing list. A lot has to go right for him to approach Emmitt Smith's record.
It's no surprise that the Bears chose not to re-sign Matt Forte after eight seasons. What is surprising, however, is the length the team has gone to thank him for his service.
The Bears won't bring back running back Matt Forte, opting to go with second-year rusher Jeremy Langford. Dave Richard thinks it's good news for both players' Fantasy value.
Matt Forte confirmed the expected on Friday: the Chicago Bears won't be re-signing him this offseason.
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Gurley got his wish nine months later.
The Patriots have the advantage of a bargain franchise QB and should continue to contend for the Super Bowl, but difficult decisions await in the offseason.
In 2015, running backs became headaches for Fantasy owners. Despite that, Dave Richard makes his case for why a select few rushers are still worth a first-round pick.
Win percentage data from CBS Sports Fantasy leagues in 2015 shows how to build your Fantasy Football team heading into 2016. Jamey Eisenberg breaks it all down.
The Bears running back will become a free agent this offseason.

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