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A great, wide world of speculations

Ahh, speculation. It's possible that I enjoy speculating about which neighborhood I could afford to live in in New York City as much as I enjoy free agency speculations. I mean, I'm not even sure that I'm moving to New York yet, nor do we have any idea what thoughts might be rolling through Anquan Boldin's head these days. But we speculate nonetheless and think about how Warner and Boldin impact one another's fantasy value (or pour over craigslist apartment postings as the case may be). So for some of the latest thoughts on free agency moves, take a look at Rotoworld's Free Agency Primer: QBs, WRs and TEs, and linebackers. Scope out Gregg Rosenthal's free agency news, too, while you're at it.

Onto other links...
  • Page 2 of Peter King's Monday Morning Quarterback thoughts on free agency included such a nice little needling of Ohio State that I can't help but link to it. Sorry to my friend Joe and all other OSU fans but a Buckeye losing confidence is quite alright in my book.
  • Where will Marvin Harrison land now that the Colts have granted his release? The Fifth Down speculates on his chances of becoming an Eagle while looking at other league headlines.
  • The Hazean expands a bit on the rumor mill's latest that Sage Rosenfels is en route to Minnesota in Daily Haze: Sage solution.
  • This was written pre-Combine but I think the information certainly still holds - take a look at FFToday's 2009 NFL RB Draft Class for some thoughts on the next big rookie running backs.
  • More free agency updates coming to you from ProFootballWeekly - check out their Fantasy free-agent previews for QBs, RBs and TEs so far.


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