Fantasy football players in the news

by KFFL Staff on July 6, 2010 @ 08:49:28 PDT

 



Quarterback

QB | Aaron Rodgers | Green Bay Packers | Fantasy
Of Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' 350 pass completions in 2009, 230 went to WR Donald Driver (70), WR Greg Jennings (68), TE Jermichael Finley (55) and TE Donald Lee (37), according to Lori Nickel, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

QB | JaMarcus Russell | Free Agent | Free Agents
People familiar with free-agent QB JaMarcus Russell (Raiders) believe his arrest for codeine possession could be a blessing, and the worst may have been averted, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.


Running Back

RB | Jerome Harrison | Cleveland Browns | Fantasy
Cleveland Browns RB Jerome Harrison could open the upcoming season as the team's starting running back, according to John Clayton, of ESPN.com. However, RB Montario Hardesty could get the job by midseason if he can learn how to pass protect.

RB | Bernard Scott | Cincinnati Bengals | Fantasy
Cincinnati Bengals RB Bernard Scott could be more involved offensively this upcoming season, particularly if RB Cedric Benson is suspended following his arrest in Texas, according to Carlos Holmes, of the Dayton Daily News.

RB | Brian Leonard | Cincinnati Bengals | Fantasy
Cincinnati Bengals RB Brian Leonard could be more involved offensively this upcoming season, particularly if RB Cedric Benson is suspended following his arrest in Texas, according to Carlos Holmes, of the Dayton Daily News. "The coaches believe I can do it and feel comfortable with me at any position," Leonard said. "My reps have increased, and I'm expected to be more involved in the offense. I'm a team player and will do whatever is asked of me."


Free Safety

FS | Chad Jones | New York Giants | Injury
New York Giants FS Chad Jones (leg) is not expected be facing any additional charges after the New Orleans police department completed their investigation into Jones' car accident, reports Ohm Youngmisuk, of ESPNNewYork.com. Jones has been cited for careless operation of a vehicle for the crash.

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