The NFL draft breeds hope not only for your home team but also for your 2017 fantasy football squad. Here is a fantasy breakdown of each skill-position pick from the first round.
Adrian Peterson signing with the New Orleans Saints is set to affect both his own fantasy value and Mark Ingram's. Mike Clay breaks down the full impact of Monday's news.
Saints coach Sean Payton said that Adrian Peterson, who signed Tuesday, would share backfield duties with running back Mark Ingram. His two-year deal is worth $7 million.
This mock draft takes a stab at the expected picks, while offering a fantasy angle for teams with first-round selections.
Breaking down the winners and losers over the NFL schedule in terms of fantasy outlook for 2017.
Explaining which players gained and lost the most fantasy football value for 2017 due to free-agent signings around the NFL.
Providing rankings throughout the offseason, updated whenever news warrants.
The 2017 football season may be months away, but Tristan H. Cockcroft provides an early glimpse at his fantasy rankings.
Field Yates supplies his 2017 rankings, updated throughout the offseason.
Martavis Bryant, who has missed 20 regular-season games in two seasons for multiple substance abuse violations, was reinstated with conditions for preseason participation by the NFL Tuesday.
The Vikings could still attempt to re-sign Teddy Bridgewater, but they do not appear willing to guarantee his 2018 salary for north of $11 million for injury, league sources told ESPN.
Entering the final year of his contract, Vikings starter Sam Bradford says he isn't putting a lot of thought into his long-term future in Minnesota.
The Browns are rolling with two second-year players. The Jets just signed a 37-year-old. The Texans lost out on Tony Romo. Which team needs to draft a QB the most? The Professor weighs in.
After running the fastest 40 in the modern era, John Ross was an easy choice for Todd McShay's annual list of the most elusive players in the draft. Which other game-breakers make the cut?
The former Notre Dame QB has first-round measurables, but the team that drafts him will need to view him as a long-term solution. Jon Gruden weighs in after spending time with Kizer.
Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall in the same receiving corps? Good luck, defenses. Here are the 10 free-agent signings that most impressed The Professor.
You know the guy who does the ESPN fantasy football projections? It's this guy, and he has 37 choice nuggets of information to give you a head start on next season.
We continue to break down the biggest free-agent signings for the 2017 fantasy football season as each deal occurs, including Eddie Lacy, Brandon Marshall, Brandin Cooks and Martellus Bennett.
Which incoming NFL rookies will have the biggest fantasy impact? From Williams to Ogunbowale, we rank the former college stars set to shine on the NFL stage.
Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell talk Cam's surgery, Lacy and Latavius Murray in new backfields & Kamar Aiken in Indy. Plus, Matthew speaks foreign languages.
Rams rookie head coach Sean McVay says it's going to take all 11 players on offense for the run game to improve.
Mike Clay provides the latest update to his 2017 fantasy football rankings, listed by position.
A peek at 2017 fantasy football rankings, broken down by position and in tiers, for a clearer picture of player value.
Which prospects impressed at the NFL combine, and of those, who could make an immediate fantasy impact? Matt Bowen breaks it down.
Mike Clay offers his updated top-200 rankings for dynasty leagues, led by a pair of wide receivers.
Matthew Berry and Mike Clay recap their experience at the NFL Combine and dive into their thoughts on the most important players and news.
Matthew Berry got up close and personal with NFL coaches and others during the combine, gathering intel to use during player evaluation for the 2017 fantasy football season.
What went wrong for Todd Gurley and what can fantasy owners expect of him in 2017? Will Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott see an increase in targets? NFL Nation reporters weigh in.
Live from the Dosey Doe Big Barn in Houston, Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell give out fantasy awards for the best of 2016, plus Bears RB Jordan Howard stops by!
Live from the Dosey Doe Big Barn in Houston, Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell welcome TMR's parents, take questions from the crowd and wrap up fantasy for 2016.
After breaking down the tape all season, Matt Bowen offers his biggest fantasy surprises -- for better or worse -- from 2016.
Mike Clay offers a look at his 2017 breakout fantasy candidates, led by second-year players Derrick Henry, Laquon Treadwell and Josh Doctson.
Providing historical perspective about the most helpful and most disappointing players in fantasy football from the 2016 season.
Mike Clay offers a look at his 2017 rankings, thinking ahead in identifying top talents.
Here is a look at the players found most often on championship fantasy football rosters in 2016, including some of the usual elite players plus free agents who were picked up midseason.
Eric Karabell examines each AFC team to glean what information fantasy owners can tuck away to gain an early edge for next season.
Eric Karabell examines each NFC team to glean what information fantasy owners can tuck away to gain an early edge for next season.
Matthew Berry's philosophy on the players he loves and hates for those going for their championships in Week 17 is simple: Play the players with something to play for, and don't get cute.
In a league that lasts more than one season? Look ahead with these long-term fantasy football rankings.
Get the latest fantasy football analysis from ESPN Insider Eric Karabell.
An illustrated guide on everything you need to know about sports injuries.