What to expect from Latimer in 2015 

March, 29, 2015
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When the Denver Broncos used a second-round pick to take Cody Latimer in last year's draft, he quickly popped onto the fantasy-football radar. Unfortunately, the promise of catching passes from Peyton Manning in the high-octane Broncos offense never came to fruition. In fact, he barely set foot on the field as a rookie, catching just two passes on four targets. However, with Wes Welker out of the picture this season, Latimer figures to be the Broncos No. 3 wide receiver and a genuine breakout candidate in

More Pierre Garcon in 2015? 

March, 28, 2015
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After a monster 2013 season in which Pierre Garcon was targeted 184 times and ended up with 113 reception, 1,346 yards and 5 touchdowns, last season was a big letdown. Washington brought in DeSean Jackson, and Garcon's targets fell to 105. Not surprisingly, Garcon's other numbers followed the downward trend (752 yards and 3 touchdowns). Why, then, might we be able to expect a bounce-back year for the 28-year-old?

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Ebron ready to break out in 2015? 

March, 26, 2015
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When the Detroit Lions selected North Carolina's Eric Ebron with the No. 10 overall pick in last year's NFL draft, it was the highest a tight end had been selected since Vernon Davis was selected No. 6 overall by San Francisco in 2006. Needless to say, the expectations were lofty for the 6-foot-4 pass-catcher from the first day he arrived in Lions' camp. After a 25-catch rookie season that resulted in just one trip to the end zone, are the Lions still optimistic about Ebron's upside? Or did they reach with their first pick in 2014? Here's the latest on that.

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Chargers willing to trade Rivers? 

March, 25, 2015
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The San Diego Chargers have come out and said publicly that they don't want to trade Philip Rivers, and that they'd like the veteran quarterback to retire as a member of the Chargers. "He's our guy," Chargers GM Tom Telesco said recently of Rivers. "Like I've said before, we'd like to extend him. And when he's ready to do that, we'll get moving on it." But does that mean there's no way Rivers will be traded?

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Will Bush start ahead of Hyde? 

March, 25, 2015
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Given the promise and upside that Carlos Hyde showed as a rookie backing up Frank Gore in San Francisco's backfield last season, it'd be very surprising if the powerful young running back didn't start for the 49ers in 2015. But you wouldn't know that by what San Francisco's new head coach Jim Tomsula had to say about recently signed free agent Reggie Bush.

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As I noted over the weekend, it seems unlikely that unrestricted free agent Greg Jennings will reunite with the Green Bay Packers, but the Carolina Panthers were interested enough in the wide receiver to meet with him on Saturday. Although the Jacksonville Jaguars could use some veteran help in their WR corps, they haven't scheduled a visit with Jennings. Nonetheless, general manager Dave Caldwell said at the owners meetings that they may consider

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Latest buzz on UFA Michael Crabtree 

March, 24, 2015
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Although there was some buzz connecting unrestricted free agent Michael Crabtree to the Washington Redskins and San Diego Chargers, the only team with which he has met thus far is the Miami Dolphins. That was nearly a week ago, though, and he remains a free agent. It appears that he could return to the San Francisco 49ers but is willing to be patient in his quest to land in the best situation

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Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin did in 2014 exactly what every player wants to do in the final year of his contract: rack up career-best numbers. Maclin parlayed his 85-catch, 1,318-yard, 10-TD campaign into a five-year, $55 million contract ($22.5 million guaranteed) with the Kansas City Chiefs. What are the odds that he will be able to replicate that sort of production in 2015 as he reunites with coach Andy

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The Pittsburgh Steelers currently are about $8.5 million under the salary cap, per ESPN Roster Management, yet they have been nearly silent on the free-agent market. In fact, the only player they have signed this offseason is DeAngelo Williams. Why have the Steelers opened up so much cap space with no apparent intention to use it this

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Veteran guard Evan Mathis has been connected to trade rumors for quite some time now, but nothing has come of them. What will the Eagles do if they fail to find a trade suitor willing to give them something valuable in

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For a while now, it has looked like the Adrian Peterson camp was angling to find a way out of Minnesota. On Monday, we gained more clarity in that

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Kelly downplays Tebow workout 

March, 23, 2015
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Not that the Philadelphia Eagles have been short on making headlines this offseason, but they generated one more last week by working out quarterback Tim Tebow. Since then, there has been plenty of debate about the merits of adding Tebow to the Eagles roster, but coach Chip Kelly seemingly downplayed the workout when speaking with

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The Miami Dolphins' decision to trade Dannell Ellerbe and release Philip Wheeler this offseason has left their linebacker corps thinned out. Plenty of people think that the Fins have an in-house replacement in Dion Jordan. The team reportedly is giving it some

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As part of the process of retooling their offense under new head coach Jim Tomsula and offensive coordinator Geep Chryst, the San Francisco 49ers let Frank Gore leave as a free agent and signed Reggie Bush. The addition of Bush gives the Niners a serious pass-catching element that their backfield has lacked for years. But getting the most out of Bush's skill set will require Colin Kaepernick to show more touch on short passes than he has thus far as a

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The Denver Broncos are switching from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense this offseason under the direction of new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. They have a lot of potential in presumptive starting inside linebackers Brandon Marshall and Danny Trevathan, but both are recovering from injuries. Marshall battled a foot injury last season and Trevathan's season ended early due to a dislocated kneecap. When will they be back to full

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