PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips like Greg Olsen to continue his roll, while Owen Daniels and Brandon Myers should bounce back after down weeks.
Jermichael Finley is back on the rise, while Kyle Rudolph is banged up but has a favorable matchup, according to our fantasy TE tips.
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.
In our late-week fantasy tips for TEs, Brandon Myers continues to be sneaky good, Jermaine Gresham is rolling and Scott Chandler has been strong vs. the Patriots.
Jermaine Gresham and Greg Olsen have great matchups, while Dennis Pitta could bounce back, according to PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips.
Among the late-week fantasy TE tips, Owen Daniels and Heath Miller are strong options, while Aaron Hernandez should start if he's active.
The PFW staff offers its late-week fantasy TE tips, including reason to temper expectations for 49ers TE Vernon Davis.
There's some sentiment inside the club that Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham could become a standout dual threat at the position.
Bengals OLB Thomas Howard told PFW the team is "just scratching the surface" of its potential.
Miami rookie RB Daniel Thomas has recovered from his hamstring injury, but his production hasn't returned to early-season form, according to this week's AFC Whispers.
In a West Coast passing attack that lends itself to spreading the ball around, Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham has become one of rookie QB Andy Dalton's top targets.
It makes perfect sense. They are big, strong and fast with great hands. They have the versatility to block and, if they decide to run a route, a smaller safety or a slower linebacker likely will cover them. Why not ...
The release of WR Antonio Bryant less than six months after signing him to a contract that reportedly paid him close to $7 million in his short time with the club contrasts sharply with the fortuitous decision to sign Terrell ...
The Bengals officially announced the signing of rookie TE Jermaine Gresham, their first-round pick, on Tuesday. According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, Gresham's five-year contract is worth $15.85 million, with $9.5 million guaranteed.
The Ravens may be widely regarded as the favorite to win the AFC North, but the Bengals are poised to put up a fight as they defend their title, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
Whether the Bengals' 2010 draft class has the impressive depth of the '09 class remains to be seen, but several rookies are poised to compete for regular playing time in their first season, and others may be able to contribute ...
Rookie Jermaine Gresham finds himself in a great spot, having joined a Bengals team that sorely needed a pass-catching tight end who can get downfield.