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Broncos drama and other FF updates

Man, the drama in Denver continues. I don't care for this at all back-and-forth hoopla one tiny bit but to catch up on the latest (though really who knows what the latest is since all these reports seem to be contradictory) see Source: Cutler, Broncos Further Apart. In the meantime, if you'd like some non-Broncos news, read on:
  • With some big names switching teams there are lots of "well who will be his replacement now?" kinds of questions as there would be with well pretty much every job out there. CBS Sports has taken a stab at assessing the changing of the guard in The replacements: Newer wave facing big gaps.
  • SportingNews.com has posted their NFL free-agency awards to summarize some of the best and worst moves that we've seen so far. Wondering who the best bargain, re-signing, franchise tag players, etc are? Read on.
  • With most of the big free agency moves out of the way, Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at what's to come in The Next Movement. And yes, the Broncos situation probably requires even more than just "some" panic. Not good, my friends, not good.
  • You might remember this from previous years if you're a diehard FFToolbox fan but the number of NFL mock drafts on their site is impressive - here's the latest mock from earlier this week but there are several others if you poke around, and I trust that many more will be going up over the next month or so.
  • The FFManiaxs have updated IDP rankings: Defensive backs, linebackers, and defensive ends.
All for now, wish me luck at bowling tonight!

Comments

Anonymous said…
(though really who knows what the latest is since all these reports seem to be contradictory)

exactly!
That Damn Sam said…
I stumbled upon your site and I really enjoy it. I look in several times a week. You might enjoy my fantasy football blog too: snotbubblefootball.blogspot.com

We fantasy football buffs need to stick together, right?

By the way, as a non-Bronco fan looking in, I don't think Jay Cutler is going anywhere. But I do think he and Lil' Josh need to grow up a bit!!

Keep up the good work,
That Damn Sam (Baxter, MN)

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