If you’ve started looking over the cheat sheets (ours or your own) and come to the running backs sheet, you might not notice anything strange until you look to the
backs that would probably go after the first round. That’s when you start noticing that there’s going to be a ton of new faces on new teams this year. Below, I’ve
broken down the players that changed teams and the new rookies running backs as well, to let you know how important the player will be on their new team and what it means to you as a manager.
Players with New Homes
-Travis Henry (TEN to DEN): One of the most important player moves of the offseason (barring maybe Randy Moss), Henry will look to take the starting spot at running
back for a run-crazy Denver offense. Don’t be surprised to see Henry taken in the early second round. (More …)