Dynasty


Unrestricted free-agent Austin Hooper signed a four-year, $42M contract to play for the Cleveland Browns last month. The deal makes him the second-highest-paid tight end in the NFL behind only Hunter Henry. He’ll join a team that finished 2019 at 6-10, results that prompted ownership to fire the GM and coaching staff. Hooper leaves a high-volume pass offense in Atlanta for one in Cleveland featuring a duo of strong running backs and a quarterback who’s still developing.

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Devy


With devy drafts coming up, we are going to explore the players with the highest ceilings, floors, and some dark horses who could make a difference on dynasty fantasy teams in the upcoming years. Whether you are in rebuild mode or a strong contender, if you plan on using your devy draft picks then your strategy is relatively the same. Always take the best player available, always take a sure thing over a wildcard, and always stay up to date with the DFF Devy Team.

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IDP


One of the bigger names left on the market, Adrian Clayborn, just signed with the Cleveland Browns, a few days ago. The Browns signed the former Atlanta Falcon to a two year, $5.75 million deal. Not an expensive signing, but a decent deal for Clayborn, and a team-friendly signing for the Browns. The deal will take the veteran defensive end through his age 33 season.

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Redraft


Today, it’s time for a deep dive into Tevin Coleman. Coleman has provided fantasy promise in redraft for parts of his five seasons in the league. However, he has never been able truly to fulfill that upside and has been a fantasy frustration for his entire career. Let’s start with a quick snapshot of Coleman’s career so far.

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DFS


Amidst a total sports shutdown, bettors everywhere are embracing whatever they can get their hands on to keep them entertained during these times. Fortunately, the NFL’s offseason has whetted many sports fans’ appetites. Meanwhile, the NFL Draft is still slated to proceed as planned on April 23; not only is it a blast to see the culmination of these young men’s journeys, but it’s an exciting opportunity to place some fun prop bets as well.

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