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Draft Board Guide Updates, Part Ten | 2010 NFL Fantasy Rankings

As we move deeper into the third week of the preseason, many fantasy values continue to change. The biggest rumor in fantasy right now is if Maurice Jones-Drew had surgery on his knee this month. While Jones-Drew denies this rumor, it will be interesting to see if he starts the season slow.

For more fantasy notes in our tenth draft board update, please listen to the podcast video.

August 28th Updates

JACKSONVILLE, FL - DECEMBER 13:  Maurice Jones-Drew #32 of the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrates after scoring a 1-yard rushing touchdown with Brad Meester #63 and Kynan Forney #65 during the game against the Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on December 13, 2009 in Jacksonville, Florida. The Dolpnins won 14-10. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)


1. Clinton Portis Sprains Ankle

2. DeSean Jackson Injures His Back.

3. Matt Leinart Out, Derek Anderson In.

4. Did MJD Have Knee Surgery This Month?

5. Donnie Avery Done With Torn ACL.

6. Robert Meachem Back On Playing Field.

More 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Kickers | Team Defense / ST

NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com

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