A look at the 2011 NFL standings provides a clue that field-stretching tight ends have become a key ingredient in building a winning team.
Pro Football Weekly’s Fantasy Players of the Week include Brent Celek and Aaron Hernandez. Who else made the cut?
The Patriots avoided getting Tebowed, improved their defense mid-game and displayed other weapons on offense in their 41-23 win that clinched an AFC East title.
The PFW staff brings you its Week 15 fantasy football tips at tight end, giving you the inside track on your WDIS decisions.
Patriots second-year TEs Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez have not lost a step coming off very productive rookie campaigns. But defenses are slowly but surely starting to find ways to keep the dangerous pair in check.
After reaching nearly unprecedented heights in turnover advantage in 2010, the Patriots have been struggling in that category this season.
The Patriots ruled TE Aaron Hernandez (knee), ORT Sebastian Vollmer (back) and DT Mike Wright (concussion) out for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez will miss one to two weeks because of a sprained MCL, according to a report by Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe.
The Patriots' pair of talented tight ends will face a very good Chargers safety group in Sunday's Week Two bout.
A handful of rookie tight ends emerged in 2010, continuing the trend of athletic, pass-catching tight ends being involved in offenses. Here's a look at what to expect from them in ’11.
It's usually a good idea to avoid Patriots not named Tom Brady early on in fantasy drafts, but if 2011 is anything like 2010, there are a handful of safe bets from New England for your team.
PFW's Patriots reporter Kevin Fishbain asks and answers five key questions facing the Patriots as they head into the 2011 season.
This is the fourth in a series of position-by-position looks at the Patriots' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. Today, we analyze New England's tight end position.
Patriots TEs Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski were off the charts in Year One, drawing more attention than any TE group in the Bill Belichick era.
As tough of a time as their corners will have covering the Patriots' receivers, the Jets' safeties will have to try and keep up with a pair of extremely productive rookie tight ends.