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Updated Dynasty Tight End Rankings – March 2014

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  • Top five is a consensus now with Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski, Julius Thomas, Jordan Cameron, and Vernon Davis.
  • A moderate riser this month is Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar. Jason Witten is a year older and the cap-strapped Cowboys can’t bring in better options in the receiving game.
  • Fallers this month include Coby Fleener of the Colts. Until the Colts show a willingness to unleash the passing game, no tight end in that Indy offense is a safe bet. Another drop is Brandon Bostick of the Packers. Jermichael Finley could still come back but until the team officially anoints Bostick the heir apparent, he can’t be considered a sure thing.

Daily Dynasty Update – March 4th

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  • Tight end Garrett Graham is supposed to a be a hot commodity, especially between Houston and Green Bay. It’ll hurt the young tight end on that roster (either Houston’s Ryan Griffin or Green Bay’s Brandon Bostick) but will help the tight end on the team Graham leaves.
  • Brandon Pettigrew is expected to hit free agency after starting his career in Detroit. The Lions should be in the market for an upgrade as Pettigrew has been a big disappointment in his career. Whether it’s through the draft or free agency, the new Detroit tight end will be one to watch.
  • The Steelers hit linebacker Jason Worilds with the transition tag which means they can match any offer a team makes to the free agent. If he leaves, expect LaMarr Woodley to stay. If Worilds stays, expect Woodley to go.

Daily Dynasty Update – February 26th

Daily Dynasty Update – February 22nd

Daily Dynasty Update – February 10th

  • More Green Bay tight end news as the Packers are inching closer to not resigning Jermichael Finley. Him and Andrew Quarless are free agents, leaving Brandon Bostick as next in line. Assuming the Packers don’t draft or sign a higher profile tight end, it’s Bostick’s job to lose.
  • Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has yet to be cleared from his neck injury, another troubling sign for the promising linebacker. It’s getting to the point where Lee just gets injured way too much to be reliable. His value could be viewed as either good or bad, depending on your dynasty league.
  • Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is expected to get a ton of playing time next year and is a better receiver than any other tight end on  the current roster. Kelce could be a buy-low candidate with the group of tight ends entering the 2014 NFL draft.