According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, some 15 million people are involved in fantasy sports, with about 93% of them playing fantasy football. We take a look at this Internet phenomenon that allows the average fan to become a general manager and if you haven’t had your fantasy football draft yet, we even offer a few tips.

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  • Clay Walker Senior Vice President for National Football League Players Inc.
  • Rob Hurtt Fantasy Football Associate Editor and columnist, Sporting News
  • Jeff Zillgitt sports columnist, USA Today.com

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