RB Cadillac Williams is looking more and more fantasy relevant.
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Well fellow fantasy fanatics, it looks like we’re looking at another backfield committee, this time in Tampa Bay. Cadillac Williams, not Derrick Ward, will open 2009 as the starter.
Posted: Monday, August 17th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Ahman Green, Anthony Gonzalez, Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chase Coffman, Derrick Ward, Deuce McAllister, Donnie Avery, Felix Jones, Greg Olsen, Hakeem Nicks, Jay Cutler, John Carlson, Joseph Addai, Kevin Walter, LaDainian Tomlinson, LeSean McCoy, Matt Cassel, Miles Austin, pierre thomas, rashard mendenhall, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Grant, Shawn Nelson, Steve Slaton, T.J. Duckett, Terrell Owens, Tyler Thigpen, Zach Miller
Michael Fabiano discusses your opinions and thoughts on what defines a true sleeper in the world of fantasy football.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Derrick Ward, Earnest Graham, Felix Jones, Jamal Lewis, Joseph Addai, Julius Jones, Knowshon Moreno, Le'Ron McClain, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Turner, Ryan Grant, Sammy Morris, Tim Hightower, Willis McGahee
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to have a shiny, new look in 2009.
The team has released veterans Derrick Brooks, Joey Galloway and Ike Hilliard, passed on re-signing Jeff Garcia and added a new offensive weapon in Kellen Winslow. On Monday, the Bucs made their latest move by signing Derrick Ward to a four-year contract.
The deal shakes up the team’s backfield, but it makes the situation clearer for fantasy leaguers.
Running back Derrick Ward has agreed to terms with Tampa Bay on a four-year contract worth $17 million.
Giants free agent running back Derrick Ward is scheduled to visit the Bengals on Saturday.
Derrick Ward is making the rounds before the opening of free agency. The Giants’ running back had a busy day, heading down to Orange County to appear on Jim Rome is Burning, before coming to the NFL Network studios to appear on Total Access to talk about free agency and his Web site, dward34.com.
Days away from free agency, Giants running back Derrick Ward called his own audible. Ward switched agents and hired Drew Rosenhaus, who is always busy at this time of year making deals.
The New York Giants have placed their franchise tag on Brandon Jacobs, making it likely that he’ll remain with Big Blue in 2009. He is still free to negotiate with other teams, but the price tag of two first-round picks as compensation almost guarantees his return.
Giants RB Derrick Ward topped 1,000 yards rushing for the season in Sunday’s game against the Vikings, giving New York the fourth pair of running backs to break the barrier during the same season in NFL history.
Nicknamed Earth, Wind and Fire, the Giants backfield is on the verge of dancing its way into the NFL record book. Fresh off his 215-yard explosion against the Carolina Panthers, Giants running back Derrick Ward needs only 52 more rushing yards to reach 1,000 for the season. It is a total that New York’s other running back, Brandon Jacobs, already has met and surpassed.
The Giants’ Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward are close to becomming just the fourth set of NFL teammates to each rush for 1,000 yards in a single season.
The New York Giants have ruled out Brandon Jacobs for Sunday night’s game in Dallas.
That makes Derrick Ward a tremendous fantasy option across the board in what could turn into a shootout at Texas Stadium. In fact, I see Ward as a high-end No. 2 fantasy back. In his last regular-season game in Dallas, Ward put up four catches, 136 scrimmage yards and one touchdown.
Giants tailback Derrick Ward will start for Brandon Jacobs, who had been deemed inactive for this afternoon’s game with the Arizona Cardinals. Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who has been bothered by a hamstring injury, will start for New York.