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What's New for Fantasy Football '14

  • Draft Anytime, Anywhere!
    • Draft (or mock draft) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on your phone, tablet or PC. Auctions now supported on Android and iOS.
  • New Stat Categories
    • Because you asked nicely. We have added carries and targets and a new scoring stat, first downs.
  • Award winning app
    • One app to rule them all. Download our award winning app and play football, baseball, basketball and hockey in one app.
  • New Pre-Draft Ranking tool
    • Say good-bye to the year 2000. We have updated the Edit Pre-Draft Ranking tool.
  • Conditional Waivers
    • Now you can set priority for multiple claims on the same player.
  • More Coming Soon
    • Look for bigger, more exciting enhancements coming soon!

Top NFL Headlines

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  • Wade Phillips hired as Broncos defensive coordinator

    Wade Phillips is returning to Denver as Gary Kubiak's defensive coordinator. Phillips, 67, interviewed for the position this week after the Broncos were rebuffed in their attempts to speak with Bengals secondary coach Vance Joseph about the…

  • Full health: Entire Seattle roster participates in practice

    All-Pros Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman were full participants as the Seattle Seahawks held their first full Super Bowl practice of the week. Seattle's entire 53-man roster took park in Wednesday's practice at Arizona State University. Thomas…

  • Feely says Trestman, Cutler lacked leadership

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  • Brady full practice participant despite cold, ankle problem

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Tom Brady participated fully in the New England Patriots first Super Bowl practice of the week after coming down with a cold.

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