With training camps at full go, it seems like a get a new injury alert text from ESPN on the hour. Somebody start passing out the red jerseys already!
Next week’s Monday Morning Rehab is going to be packed with injury updates on all of the high profile fantasy football stars. Be ready to consume some serious fantasy knowledge and get a leg up on the competition with fantasy drafts just around the corner.
My first draft — other than the two dynasty leagues that held rookie drafts back in June — is on August 18. It should be a good primer for the rest of my fantasy drafts, including the draft for my competitive league during Labor Day weekend.
If you need more practice before the real thing, I highly recommend both Mock Draft Central and Fantasy Football Calculator. I use these mock draft sites several times a week to get a feel for what I can get at certain draft positions. Mock drafting is a great way to prepare for your real draft.
Here are today’s great reads:
- With the bulk of real fantasy football drafts to take place in the next four weeks, fantasy owners should get some practice in by doing a few mock drafts online. [Football Jabber]
- Three under-the-radar fantasy football defenses all fantasy owners should consider taking in fantasy drafts. [Bruno Boys]
- If you are trying to keep tabs on this year’s rookie running back class, these nine stories are a great place to start. [Roto Arcade]
- Some fantasy owners are going to be between a rock and a hard place in fantasy drafts when Brian Westbrook slips down the draft board. [Fantasy Guru]
- A couple of really good discussions going on over at the Cafe: Middle round running backs and middle round receivers to target/untarget. [Fantasy Football Cafe]
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