Pro Football Weekly takes a look at five breakout players from last season who might or might not repeat their career seasons in 2011.
The Broncos' release of TE Daniel Graham was about more than just the $1 million roster bonus he was due to receive on March 3.
Kyle Orton played like a fantasy stud for most of the season's first few months and had the schedule to finish the year on a high as well. But instead, his play has deteriorated at a horrible time.
WR Brandon Lloyd is on his way to a career season, helping to compensate for the Broncos' 32nd-ranked rushing attack. Read our midseason reports on the AFC West teams.
Browns RB Peyton Hillis has been a revelation for fantasy owners, and Pat Fitzmaurice names an all-undrafted team of players who weren't drafted in most fantasy leagues.
Don't look now, but fantasy's best passer might be a guy who went undrafted in more than a few leagues. After carving up some soft secondaries in the season's first month, Kyle Orton proved to be the ...
It's no surprise to see Brett Favre near the top of Pat Fitzmaurice's list of the most intriguing players for Week Five, considering the Vikings' addition of Randy Moss and the fact that Favre is returning to New ...
While it might appear that WR Brandon Lloyd's gaudy offensive numbers are coming from out of nowhere, we hear that the wide receiver has been working toward a breakout season for several years.
Broncos QB Kyle Orton was supposed to fail without elite WR Brandon Marshall around this season. So far, he doesn't seem to be too affected by his top wideout's departure.
The Broncos re-signed two of their veteran unrestricted free agents Friday, according to reports.