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WIDE RECEIVERS
June 27, 2013
So many available bodies, so much talent and all kinds of x-factors. From touchdown makers to sneaky slot guys, bargains in this field run deep
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June 27, 2013

Wide Receivers

So many available bodies, so much talent and all kinds of x-factors. From touchdown makers to sneaky slot guys, bargains in this field run deep

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55 Andre ROBERTS CARDINALS TIER: 7

AGE: 25 BYE WEEK: 9 AUCTION: $1

Roberts has steadily progressed in each of his three seasons with Arizona, and he has done it while playing with some of the NFL's weakest passers. Roberts figures to work out of the slot in Bruce Arians's vertical attack, which can mean a lot of receptions in the short-to-intermediate range. Carson Palmer should help open up the offense for everyone, so Roberts can perform even if he fails to hold on to a starting spot.

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56 Brian HARTLINE DOLPHINS TIER: 7

AGE: 26 BYE WEEK: 6 AUCTION: $1

[PPR GEM] Hartline emerged as Ryan Tannehill's go-to man in coach Joe Philbin's rhythm passing game last season but now figures to drop back to a secondary role following Miami's addition of Mike Wallace. Even if he catches a lot of passes, Hartline isn't a threat in the red zone, so consider him a backup fantasy receiver in leagues that reward a point per reception and a deep bench stash in standard scoring systems.

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