ESPN Insider has planted spies in every NFL locker room -- OK, so they're our 32 NFL Nation team reporters -- in order to provide fantasy owners with inside intel to help you win your league. We call it Insider Trading, a collection of fantasy draft advice pulled straight from the locker rooms and practice fields of every team.
This preseason edition should help owners with their drafts, including a look at potential sleeper options like Doug Baldwin and Travis Kelce, and guys that should cause fantasy players some concern (Vernon Davis and Chris Johnson).
Check back every week for info that will help you set your lineups. In the meantime, here is our NFL Nation reporters' fantasy advice, covering every team.
Seattle Seahawks: Baldwin a good sleeper option at WR
It's no secret that wide receiver Percy Harvin could put up big fantasy numbers this season, seeing as how he's healthier than he has been in years, but the guy who the players tell me is going to surprise people this season is receiver Doug Baldwin. He has wowed teammates and coaches since moving from the slot to split end. One of his fellow WRs told me that defenses will make a big mistake if they think Baldwin's lack of height (5-foot-10) will keep him from making deep sideline catches or big plays on fade routes -- he's been doing it against Richard Sherman in practice all camp. -- Terry Blount
St. Louis Rams: Quick could be team's top WR