2014 Fantasy Football Rankings: Tight End April 28, 2014  |  Jeff

We have taken an early look at the running back and quarterback positions in our 2014 fantasy football rankings, and next up are the tight ends. The great Jimbo Graham dominated the position in 2013, but as our 2013 Fantasy Tight End Review illustrated, the position was extremely deep. We will enter the summer of 2014 with plenty of questions surrounding the players who will man the “TE” slots on our rosters, as injuries plague two solid options in Rob Gronkowski and Jordan Reed, and father time (not to mention Ladarius Green) is closing quickly on our old friend Antonio Gates. The tight end position will also see an influx of talent via the NFL Draft, as our own Rich Hribar discussed in his tight end draft class evaluation. Chet and I will wrap up our early round of rankings next week with the wide receivers (sorry kicker and defense fans) and be sure to check back after the draft is complete for updates.

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