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PASSING
# PlayerYards
1Saints Drew Brees 4952
1Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 4952
3Colts Andrew Luck 4761
4Broncos Peyton Manning 4727
5Falcons Matt Ryan 4694

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RUSHING
# PlayerYards
1Cowboys DeMarco Murray 1845
2Steelers Le'Veon Bell 1361
3Eagles LeSean McCoy 1319
4Seahawks Marshawn Lynch 1306
5Ravens Justin Forsett 1266

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RECEIVING
# PlayerYards
1Steelers Antonio Brown 1698
2Broncos Demaryius Thomas 1619
3Falcons Julio Jones 1593
4Packers Jordy Nelson 1519
5Broncos Emmanuel Sanders 1404

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 Allen Hurns, WR, JAC6/29/2015 1:38:00 PM 
Description: Jaguars second-year wideout Allen Hurns is ahead of Marqise Lee in the battle for the wideout spot opposite Allen Robinson, according to a Florida Times-Union report. Insight: Hurns caught 51 balls for 677 yards and six touchdowns last season and has had a better offseason than Lee who has been dealing with knee issues. Robinson is probably going to be the team\'s only consistent fantasy wideout with newly-acquired TE Julius Thomas as the No. 2 target for Blake Bortles.
 Jeremy Kerley, WR, NYJCold6/27/2015 11:15:00 AM 
Description: The trade for Brandon Marshall and the drafting of Devin Smith all but ended the hopes of any fantasy value for New York Jets wideout Jeremy Kerley. Insight: Kerley caught 38 balls for 409 yards and a touchdown last season, but should be almost exclusively a return man in 2015, accordin to Jets reporter Rich Cimini.


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