It’s easy to take things out of context this time of year. NFL Coaches repeatedly recite football cliches and rhetoric to the media, basically to just get them off their backs. No coach in the NFL looks forward to speaking to the media, it’s not part of the job they get excited about, it’s a choir and a job requirement. Coaches have no real intention of delivering secret messages in code, yet it’s the reporter’s job to create headlines, stories that drive traffic and rumors to whatever it is they’ve writting, respectively.
NFL Training camps have begun, so we’ll be monitoring all the fantasy relevant camp battles, including offensive lines. So far a few injuries have occurred, but nothing major has happened. With any luck, we won’t have any dramatic season-ending catastrophes this year.
While many people will take vacations or time off from numerous things during the summertime, there are plenty of story lines going on that are relevant for fantasy football purposes.
Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan enters the 2013 season with a yet another opportunity to make a name for himself and finally become fantasy relevant.
According to CSN Bay Area, Colin Kaepernick has showed an “amazing” amount of improvement on touch passes, which was considered one of his weaknesses in previous training camps.
Training camp has begun and even though it’s very early in the 2012 NFL season, there’s already plenty of newsworthy events and rumors for the savvy fantasy football owners to be aware of. As with any stock market, there will be highs and lows, good and bad. Here’s a look
NFL training camps are less than a month away. Here is a recap of the reporting dates for all 32 squads, including their first preseason contest and a brief analysis of some of the potentially important training camp battles for fantasy enthusiasts to pay close attention to. Arizona Cardinals