Free Agency 2018: The Tight Ends to Buy and Sell Now
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With the first and maybe even the second wave of free agency in the rearview mirror, the NFL of today already looks vastly different than it did a week ago. Players are set to earn millions, only to see this money disappear in roughly two years when teams realize they bought a fugazi. (In the case of Ryan Grant, this apparently took only days, instead of years.) They’ll be replaced by that season’s wave of shiny new things, and so the world turns. But in the here and now, free agency has changed the fantasy landscape, including at tight end. We’ll look into players who’ve found new homes and also offer some thoughts on those still out on the street. Let’s get going.