Greg Camarillo | WR
2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: If Greg Camarillo should stay with the Vikings he will continue to be a backup receiver that helps the team, in situational play. In fact, that is probably what Camarillo is at this point no matter what team he plays for as he doesn’t have the talent to be a fantasy relevant receiver at this point in his career.
Like many receivers, if injuries should beset those in front of him Camarillo is good enough to start as we saw him find success with the Dolphins, so at some point he may find room of the waiver wire but don’t hold your breath.
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Greg Camarillo needed a new home after Brandon Marshall was traded to the Dolphins. In late August Camarillo was traded to the Vikings and should get a fair share of playing time. Don’t look to Camarillo as a draft worthy player, but he could show fantasy relevance at some point this year.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Greg Camarillo was having a nice season for himself in 2008 before he suffered a torn ACL and missed the rest of the season. Last year Camarillo came back to help the Dolphins but wasn’t a fantasy factor as he has average ability and was still recovering from his knee injury.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: The addition of Brandon Marshall has probably but any fantasy relevance from Camarillo to a wash. With Marshall on the team, he will be the main possession receiver for the Dolphins. Camarillo is now fighting for a starting job with Brian Hartline to be the teams No.2 receiver.
If Camarillo should lose this battle, he will be the Dolphins No.4 receiver as Davone Bess is entrenched as the teams slot man.
– Decent Possession Receiver
– May Lose Starting Job
– Hardest Schedule To Pass Against