PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips say Jared Cook might be ready to break out, while Jermaine Gresham and Brandon Pettigrew should continue to receive plenty of targets.
Although the Buccaneers signed Dallas Clark this offseason, Luke Stocker is the tight end the team is most excited about.
Does Dallas Clark have anything left in the tank for the young rebuilding Buccaneers? William Del Pilar breaks it down.
New Bucs head coach Greg Schiano, unhappy that Kellen Winslow wasn't attending OTAs, sent the former Pro Bowl tight end to Seattle on Monday.
The Colts continue to rid themselves of big salaries, as they released five more veteran players on Friday.
The winless Colts could be in more trouble with news that TEs Dallas Clark and Brody Eldridge both are expected to miss several weeks because of "significant injuries."
William Del Pilar says that WR Reggie Wayne appears to be the Colts' best bet from a fantasy perspective but not to give up hope on the others.
Pro Football Weekly takes a look at five players rebounding from injury that could make a major impact next season.
How much do the Colts have left? The more pressing question is whether anyone in the AFC South can push them out of the way, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
No Dallas Clark, no problem. All the Colts need to do is plug somebody into the lineup and he'll produce. Right now, that guy is Jacob Tamme.
The Colts made a series of roster moves on Tuesday, including placing All-Pro TE Dallas Clark on injured reserve.
The Colts are likely to use a TE-by-committee approach to replace All-Pro Dallas Clark.
The Colts announced Friday that TE Dallas Clark will have wrist surgery next week and will be placed on the injured reserve list.
The Colts continue to receive bad news on the injury front on the offensive side of the ball.
The news keeps getting worse for the Colts on the injury front, but if Peyton Manning can keep the team afloat he deserves to be the league's MVP.