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On-Demand Episodes

John Hansen goes around the league with @gregcosell and previews some key things fantasy players should be watching for in training camps this summer.

John Hansen (@Fantasy_Guru) goes around the league with Greg Cose (@GregCosell) and breaks down this year's rookie class and how they fit in with all 32 teams.

Hansen (@Fantasy_Guru) and Cosell (@GregCosell) review all the free agent activity and more with an eye towards the draft.

Hansen (@Fantasy_Guru) and Cosell (@GregCosell) take a look at the top prospects entering this year's draft with a slight emphasis on possible fantasy value.

Camp (@TheMattCamp), Dolan (@FG_Dolan), and Brolley (@FG_Brolley) look back on the season that was and take a look at the future in these 20-minute podcasts on all 32 teams ahead of free agency and the draft.

Camp (@TheMattCamp), Dolan (@FG_Dolan), and Brolley (@FG_Brolley) look back on the season that was and take a look at the future in these 20-minute podcasts on all 32 teams ahead of free agency and the draft.

Camp (@TheMattCamp), Dolan (@FG_Dolan), and Brolley (@FG_Brolley) look back on the season that was and take a look at the future in these 20-minute podcasts on all 32 teams ahead of free agency and the draft.

Camp (@TheMattCamp), Dolan (@FG_Dolan), and Brolley (@FG_Brolley) look back on the season that was and take a look at the future in these 20-minute podcasts on all 32 teams ahead of free agency and the draft.

Camp (@TheMattCamp), Dolan (@FG_Dolan), and Brolley (@FG_Brolley) look back on the season that was and take a look at the future in these 20-minute podcasts on all 32 teams ahead of free agency and the draft.

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