NFL fantasy football: 10 deep sleepers to target - Marcas grant
Philip Rivers, QB, San Diego Chargers: Yes, it's come to this for a guy who flirted with being an elite fantasy QB. This year, Rivers has a new coach with a track record of helping quarterbacks succeed and a receiving corps that's as deep as any he's had in his career. He won't land in anyone's top 10 at the end of the season, but there could be more value here than there's been in recent seasons.
Turner's passion inspires players, fellow coaches - Matt Florjancic
"That’s the way Norv’s been his whole coaching career," Chudzinski said. "He coaches guys hard. That’s the way we coach and that’s what I’ve been around. That’s the way we’ll always coach. I think guys respond to it, and the guys really appreciate that.
Darrell Stuckey - Special Teams 4 Life - MC Boltman
But after all it´s very surprising to me that almost nobody within the Bolt family is considering the 25-year old Charger (will turn 26 in a few days), as legit option to gain the starting job next to Eric Weddle. Maybe we should take a closer look at the former fourth round pick (in 2010) for the San Diego Chargers.
Scouting Report: Is Keenan Allen the next Miles Austin? - Alen Dumonjic
The last time critics watched Cal’s Keenan Allen run routes and catch a football was more than five months ago, on Oct. 27. There’s reason to be skeptical of what kind of shape he’s in and what the receiver’s health is looking like, but there’s also reason to be optimistic if you’re a general manager on draft day.