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NFL Players Who Became Coaches

For many NFL players, once their careers end, they disappear and pursue careers outside the sports arena. But for others, they will make the leap to coaching with some landing as head NFL coaches. Currently, numerous league teams have these players at the helm, some finding more success than others. Jason Garrett (Dallas Cowboys) –¬†Garrett

Fantasy Football’s Wide Receiver Sleeper Picks

With the start of NFL training camps, fantasy football owners will keep their eyes on potential players for their fantasy teams. Along with top players, these owners will also need to find value picks that come later in the draft. These sleeper players, which are not ones who will be starters, can give a team’s

Deadline Monday Roundup: NFL Players to Play Under 2013 Franchise Tags

On Monday, with most NFL players enjoying one of their last full weeks of vacation before training camp, some were not resting too easily as they awaited the 4 p.m. deadline to either reach a contract agreement with their teams or play under the franchise tag for the 2013 season. At the 11th hour on

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Defenses of 2013

Picking a defense for a fantasy NFL team often ends up as an afterthought after quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs take center stage. Defenses can be unreliable on a weekly basis as they can vacillate depending on the opposing offense. Many of this year’s top 10 defenses will look familiar but some teams have

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Wide Receivers of 2013

In addition to ranking the Top 10 fantasy running backs, another key position on any fantasy team is the wide receiver. In this pass-happy league, there’s a lot of depth at this position and for 2013, this top receivers will all look familiar. For one, it’s appropriate to say welcome back to the list. Calvin

NFL Teams Poised to Make and Miss Playoffs 2014

It’s still months away before the NFL season really kicks off but it is never too early to look at teams that are poised to make a January run while others will be disappointed and see their seasons end after 16 games. Let’s start with those teams having expectations to make the playoffs. The Contenders

Beyond Brandon Marshall, Which Bears Receivers Need to Step Up to Help Jay Cutler?

In this year’s NFL Draft, many were surprised by the Chicago Bears first-round pick, Oregon offensive guard Kyle Long. As the rounds continued, the team filled holes and by the seventh round, they addressed its wide receiver need with Washington State’s Marquess Wilson. The team’s wide receiver stable may now be complete but players will

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