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13 Brian HARTLINE
BRANDON MARSHALL'S departure and Davone Bess's bum knee leave Hart-line as the most attractive target for whomever throws the ball for the Dolphins. The fourth-year receiver is still finding his way, but Miami's quarterback will appreciate Hartline's knack for finding the first-down marker: 30 of his 35 catches last year advanced the chains.
14 Shane VEREEN
A NAGGING hamstring kept Vereen on the sideline for much of last season, limiting him to 15 touches. Most fantasy owners will show a preference for New England's other unproven second-year rusher, Stevan Ridley, and ignore the fact that Vereen was the more complete back in college. Vereen has the scent of a late-round steal.
15 Brent CELEK