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Fantasy Articles Featuring Malcolm Smith

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Malcolm Smith's name.

IDP Analysis: Preseason Injury Roundup

Jim Coventry looks at key defensive players like Detroit's Kerry Hyder who are on the shelf and how their injuries will impact IDP leagues.

Team Previews: Oakland Raiders

Bryce Danielson looks at the Raiders' talent-laden roster, which will seek out an AFC West title for the first time since 2002.

Team Previews: San Francisco 49ers

Josh Fathollahi takes a look at the 49ers as they transition to the Kyle Shanahan era.

NFL Free Agency: Update 2.0

Brandin Cooks moves from one future Hall of Fame quarterback to another, and RotoWire's Jim Coventry thinks the speedy wideout could improve significantly now that he'll be catching passes from Tom Brady.

Team Previews: Oakland Raiders

David Soda breaks down a young and rising Raiders squad, hungry to return to postseason glory.

NFL Draft: Two-Round Mock Draft

The 2016 wideout class hasn't received a great deal of praise, but our first mock projects five in the first round, including Notre Dame's Will Fuller.

IDP Analysis: Rising Tom Johnson

With Linval Joseph (foot) doubtful, Tom Johnson should produce against Green Bay.

IDP Analysis: Pierre-Paul Nears Return

He's at least one week off, and his return from a hideous injury makes him no sure thing, but the return of Jason Pierre-Paul is a matter of serious intrigue.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Super Bowl XLIX

The New England Patriots face the Seattle Seahawks in Super XLIX. Who has the edge?

IDP Analysis: Bobby Wagner Returns

Bobby Wagner is set to return from his severe toe injury when the Seahawks take on Arizona on Sunday, immediately putting him back in the top-three conversation at LB.

IDP Analysis: Injury Carousel Update

While Chandler Jones and Brian Cushing were lost to short-term injuries, the IDP pool should get a boost through the potential returns of Calais Campbell, Mychal Kendricks and Ryan Shazier.

IDP Analysis: Cortez Allen Benched

Cortez Allen was providing safety-like tackle numbers at cornerback, but his frequently botched coverage sent him to the bench.

2011 Seahawks Team Preview: Mediocrity, Thy Name is Seahawks