With NFL deadline approaching over 60 players have chosen to opt-out of 2020 Season
by: John Garcia Jr. — Sports Illustrated 8h
Philip Rivers is excited to be with the Indianapolis Colts and he's letting everyone know it.
by: Bill Enright — Sports Illustrated 11h
Fantasy Football Players Need to Revaluate Ronald Jones After Arians Comments
by: Bill Enright — Sports Illustrated 11h
Gronk is Back in the NFL but Should Fantasy Football Players Draft Him?
by: Shawn Childs — Sports Illustrated 12h
SI Fantasy's Team Preview series from high-stakes legend Shawn Childs aims to break down the Chicago Bears to evaluate the offense, defense, coaches and everyone in between with a fantasy-slanted analysis.
... more significant plays. There’s upside here with three-down ability, but the Bears need to solve their offensive line issues to create more significant plays. ...
by: Conor Orr — Sports Illustrated 12h
Concerns about pulling off a 2020 season are for real. But if that's the case, we should finally let players compete to show off who's fastest, strongest or best at other assorted challenges.
by: Michael Fabiano — Sports Illustrated 15h
Michael Fabiano offers three players on the rise and three players on the decline on draft boards as we approach the 2020 fantasy football season.
... nsider Vaughn more than a late-round No. 4 fantasy runner. WR Jarvis Landry, Browns Landry has long been one of the most consistent options among fantasy wide r ...
New England Patriots
... attempts) as the projected starter. Not ideal for Edelman. Fortunately, the Patriots brought in former NFL MVP and long-time fantasy star Cam Newton into the mix ...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
... ed on FFWC ADP data. He's a late rounder in most drafts. RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Buccaneers Vaughn was considered a solid sleeper upon being picked by the Buccaneers in ...
by: Albert Breer — Sports Illustrated 16h
The ex-Chargers QB talks about his new situation on the Colts and having his next job lined up. Plus, the league's next big contract, scouting reports on college players opting out and concerns about Matthew Stafford's COVID-19 tests.
... ther teams considered the collateral damage in a situation like that. If the Lions were loose on their social distancing standards (and they weren’t, this is j ...
... cutups of Chargers on there, because that’s stuff we have, it’s part of it, Colts running it, Chargers running it. So that’s a part of us watching it.” Which, ...
Los Angeles Chargers
... s family of 11 from the Gulf Coast (where they were after the break from the Chargers) to suburban Indiana, and he’s been willing to keep going through unpreceden ...
by: Bill Enright — Sports Illustrated 16h
Fantasy Football average draft positions are constantly changing. ADP is a fluid situation based on the latest news, injuries, and evaluations in training camp.
by: Roy Larking — Sports Illustrated 17h
SI Fantasy analyst Roy Larking takes a look at the biggest news taking place at NFL Training Camps from a fantasy perspective.
... 4 targets for 127 yards and two scores during the Cardinals final three games. With TE Charles Clay out of the picture, Arnold will be t ...
... ith WR Preston Williams but the Dolphins are "cautiously optimistic" that he will be ready to play when the season be ...
by: Mitch Goldich — Sports Illustrated 20h
It’s time for the NFL to consider a much different approach to the 2020 season, one that means fewer total games, but just as much TV exposure and—most importantly—a potentially safer way to stage an NFL season during a pandemic.
Kansas City Chiefs
... nts. (More two-point conversions? More octopus opportunities?) Let’s say the Chiefs run away with the AFC West. The last few minutes of every Broncos, Chargers ...
by: SI Staff — Sports Illustrated 21h
The NFL has proceeded mostly business as usual during the pandemic but now the start of the season is nearing and concerns remain. Should the league use the
by: Eddy Gomez — Sports Illustrated 6 Aug
NFLPA Instills a Whistleblower Hotline For 2020 Season
by: Alex Prewitt — Sports Illustrated 5 Aug
With players now back in their team facilities, the NFLPA has created an avenue to hold teams accountable on health and safety agreements. The NFL says it fully embraces the idea.
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