We'll have our sleepers posted to PIGSKINSANITY some time in July, but here are some guys to keep your eye on...
*Harrington - not a #1 option yet, and this is likely his last year to show it.
*Boller - same deal as Harrington.
*Roethlisberger - not a big fantasy points producer in 2004, but word is they are opening up the offense more this season. Should be intersting.
*Warner - if they can keep him upright, they could have a tight offense with Boldin, Fitzgerald, Johnson (believe that's his name, working off memory here) and Arrington/Shipp. Shouldn't be a starter, but decent bye week option if healthy.
*JJ Arrington - he'll rise up draft rankings the next few months, but likely a R3-R4 talent that could rush for 1,200 yds and 10-12 TDs.
*Deshaun Foster - appears to be healthy and if so, should win the starting job. Likely will fall to R4 due to injury, but could produce big ... if he's healthy.
*Lamont Jordan - not sure where he'll fall when it's all said and done, but many will pass on him until R4 or so simply b/c he has no sustained track record. Two words - 'Norv Turner'. Jordan should do really well.
*Maurice Morris - SEA, if they do trade Alexander and don't bring in another proven veteran, Morris could really surprise
*Colbert in Carolina should rock if Smith is healthy
*Taylor or Williamson in MIN
*David Terrell in NE, no NE WR will be an "every week" phenom, but a change of scenery and getting back with Brady could make him a 700 yd / 6TD guy.
*Sammie Parker in KC - nothing but upside for him as long as he gets the shot to really compete for that #2 spot, only thing is RB and TE have historically been the #1 and #2 receivers for KC
*Michael Jenkins in ATL, this guy is going to have a shot to compete for a starting role and he's got great skills, if Vick is ever going to be the fantasy QB that many desire, a guy like Jenkins has to step up
*Jurevicius / Pathon in SEA, with Koren out... one of these two, I'm thinking Jurevicius will step up in that passing game.
That's all I have for now...