Cam Newton will have offseason arthroscopic shoulder surgery, the latest setback for a much-revered Fantasy Football icon.
Marshawn Lynch is contemplating a return to the NFL. Would he warrant a top-60 pick if he came back to Oakland?
Nope, Jared Cook still isn't a tight end worth chasing in Fantasy -- but there is someone else who will benefit from his presence.
Eddie Lacy lands a nice one-year deal with the Seahawks, but his Fantasy fortunes will ultimately be tied to Thomas Rawls.
After an underwhelming season in New England (even with Tom Brady), Martellus Bennett is in a better position to put up Fantasy points with the Packers.
If you thought Terrelle Pryor was good playing with the Browns last year, just wait and see how he does catching passes from Kirk Cousins.
Like the NFL Draft, Alshon Jeffery is moving from Chicago to Philadelphia. But does that make him a priority in your Fantasy Football draft?
DeSean Jackson can still deliver good numbers for the Buccaneers, but his presence should really make things better for his new teammates.
Mike Glennon as a Fantasy superhero? Unlikely. But he'll play a big role in how the rest of the Bears' playmakers succeed ... or fail.
Will reuniting with 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan lead to another round of career-highs for Pierre Garcon? Our Dave Richard says that's unlikely.
Tight ends with some Fantasy appeal look to be on the move this spring. Here's a glance at the top of the position.
The free agency running back crop is big on names but not playmakers -- or so it seems. Here's a look at who's available for an NFL backfield.
How will Mike McCoy's return impact the Broncos offense? Can Todd Downing keep the Raiders offense humming? Let's look at six of the new play-callers around the NFL.
Kyle Shanahan's arrival in the Bay Area means a shift in offensive output for the 49ers. Dave Richard reviews his track record and gives an idea of what to expect.
Sean McVay's arrival in Los Angeles signals a major shift in the team's offensive philosophy. How will Fantasy Football fans benefit?
Dave Richard has spent nearly his entire career covering the National Football League. Beginning with NFL.com at the boom of the Internet, Richard was that site's first Fantasy Football writer before transitioning to CBS Sports in 2006. Since then he's crunched the numbers, studied the film, developed tiers and trade charts, previewed every NFL game, talked to the decision makers, spoken on the radio, appeared on live television, earned multiple honors and watched a lot of football. And he's done it with one goal in mind: to help you win your league.