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What's New for Fantasy Football '15

  • Early Open
    • Fantasy Football opens on April 30 in time for the NFL draft. League drafts start on May 21 and Mock Drafts are available now.
  • Award-Winning Game
    • Yahoo Fantasy Football won the FSTA best commissioner game and app for 2014.
  • Best Invites in the Industry
    • Inviting friends has never been easier. Import contacts from Facebook, GMail and more to find and invite your friends more easily.
  • Invite Friends from Past Leagues
    • Send invites to teams from your fantasy leagues over the past year.
  • Pro Leagues
    • Play fantasy Football for cash prizes. Coming very soon.
  • More on the Way
    • Look for more updates to the game over the next few weeks and months.

Top NFL Headlines

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  • Redskins, LB Kerrigan agree to multi-year contract extension

    The Redskins announced the deal a few hours before coach Jay Gruden was scheduled to speak to reporters at the team's camp facility. Kerrigan, a first-round draft pick out of Purdue in 2011, has started all 64 games in his four-year career with…

  • Dolphins' Parker, Jones on physically unable to perform list

    MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Dolphins have placed first-round draft pick DeVante Parker as well as safety Don Jones on the physically unable to perform list.

  • Chiefs safety Eric Berry back at practice after cancer fight

    Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry returned to the Kansas City Chiefs' practice field Wednesday, just eight months after a cancer diagnosis threatened to derail his career. Berry walked down the long hill from the locker room to the practice fields at…

  • Chiefs release injured running back Cyrus Gray

    ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) -- The Chiefs have released running back Cyrus Gray, who tore his ACL last November, in what coach Andy Reid described Wednesday as a ''football decision.''

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