Julian Edelman
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Breaking Football | Jul 31st
PPR machine. He's the new Wes Welker and only injury will make that stop.
The New York Times | Jul 30th
Edelman will have a much harder time surprising defensive coordinators this year.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 30th
In theory, the development of the rest of the receiving corps and the presumed good health of Gronkowski cuts into Edelman's top10 target load, but can only drop him so far after impressive, reliable, durable 2013.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
Re-Signed with the Patriots for 4-years $17 million. Coming off a career year where he posted 105 receptions for 1,056 yards and 4 touchdowns. It's a much better deal for the Pats than their 5-year, $28.5 million commitment to Danny Amendola appears through one season. Amendola is locked into a roster spot for 2014, but the Patriots could save $2.1 million in salary cap space by releasing him next offseason. The Edelman deal magnifies that 2015 is a make-or-break year for Amendola in New England.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Solid flex option, worry usage could go down if Thompkins and Dobson take looks on outside and Amendola somehow stays healthy in slot
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
PPR monster on the Patriots. He showed that he can be the reliable option for Brady and he will find a way to post a ton of receptions, 1,000+ yards and near double digit TDs.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Edelman emerged as a big target in the Patriots offense, finishing the season with 105 receptions for 1,056 yards and six receiving touchdowns. He is the Patriots receiver to own right now.
EDSFootball | Jun 2nd
Over the course of the next few months leading up to the 2014 NFL season, we will post fantasy football profiles with full-season projections for all fantasy-relevant players. That process begins today with Patriots receiver Julian Edelman. With plenty of turnover in the team's receiving corps going into the 2013 season, Edelman had a breakout campaign. Shattering previous career highs, Edelma...