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What's New for Fantasy Football '16

  • Pro Leagues
    • Play Yahoo Fantasy Football for Cash Prizes
    • Join one of our $20, $50, $100 or $250 leagues
    • Win up to $1,250
  • Updated mobile apps
    • Trade notifications; easier navigation; better live experience; and more coming this summer!
  • Weather data
    • New for 2016, see weather data for every player for every game.
  • Custom Ranks
    • Coming soon, player ranks will be based on your league settings.
  • Easy League Renewal
    • When you renew league from last season, all selected teams are activated. No invites or reminders to join needed.

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  • Two-time Super Bowl winner Justin Tuck retires as a Giant

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  • Vernon Hargreaves III signs rookie contract with Buccaneers

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