NFL training camps have just begun but the wide receiver pool for fantasy drafts just got a lot more interesting with Tuesday’s announcement that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been reinstated on a conditional basis.
The wide receiver landscape for college fantasy football will look a little different in 2016. Productive wideouts now in the NFL include Corey Coleman, Laquon Treadwell, Josh Doctson, Will Fuller and Sterling Shepard.
It doesn’t matter if it’s NFL or college fantasy football; quarterback is arguably the most important position when it comes to drafting a team that can compete for a championship. In college, it also should come as no surprise that the No.
As the 2016 NFL season approaches, it's time to prepare for America's favorite pastime, fantasy football. While it's hard to control how well you do in your draft, there's one thing you can control—your fantasy football team name. Coming up with a funny, silly, crazy, great, clever, cool or even slightly crude fantasy football team name is a must-have to stand out in your league.
Summer is here, which means NFL training camps will be starting up soon and so will fantasy football drafts. It’s never too early to start your preparations and one way to do that is to participate in some mock drafts. And when it comes to mock draft simulators they don’t get any better than the one provided by our friends at FantasyPros.