The team did let running back Mike Anderson, one half of their running back duo, go, meaning Tatum Bell will carry more of the load for the Broncos, with Ron Dayne spelling him. Dayne surprised in limited playing time last season and could be valuable as a short-yardage back. Second round draft pick Tony Scheffler, a tight end out of Western Michigan, is a solid pass catcher and is a solid sleeper tight end.
Kansas City Chiefs: The biggest offseason question mark in Kansas City has yet to be answered. What is Priest Holmes' situation? Holmes previously insisted he plans on playing in 2006, but has stayed away from the team's headquarters. Even if he comes back, he won't push Larry Johnson out of the starting role again. Johnson could be the top pick in this year's fantasy drafts.
Oakland Raiders: After years of disappointing fantasy owners in New Orleans, Aaron Brooks takes his erratic game to Oakland. Maybe the change of scenery and working with Randy Moss and Jerry Porter will revive Brooks' once-promising career. He replaces the equally disappointing Kerry Collins, who was released.
The Raiders drafted heavily on the defensive side of the football, which was probably a good move.
San Diego Chargers: With Drew Brees now in New Orleans, the Chargers are rolling the dice that Philip Rivers is ready to take over at quarterback. Expect some ups and downs, but with LaDanian Tomlinson at running back and Antonio Gates at tight end, Rivers will have some fantasy value and should make a decent fantasy backup.
Courtesy of the Observer-Reporter