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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.

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  • Jaguars report for training camp without veteran Clemons

    Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons is a no-show for training camp. Coach Gus Bradley says Clemons is dealing with ''personal things'' that could keep him off the field for the opening training camp practice Friday. Bradley says…

  • Redskins' RG3 not looking back, his 'focus on the future'

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Robert Griffin III says he wants to put his up-and-down past in the NFL behind him and ''focus on the future.''

  • Patriots open camp, try to ignore 'Deflategate' noise

    Tom Brady received a big cheer from Patriots fans when he came out on the practice field Thursday for New England's first practice of training camp. The quarterback and team owner Robert Kraft both got a warm reception from the crowded bleachers…

  • Brady lawsuit transferred from Minnesota to New York court

    Tom Brady's lawsuit against the NFL in which he wants his four-game suspension overturned will be heard in New York instead of Minnesota. Brady and the players' union filed their suit Wednesday in Minnesota.

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