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Nine Unassisted: Avery and Sanchez rising, Bucs peddling

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If you buried Donnie Avery(notes) on your cheat sheet, it's time to raise him again. He's made a quick recovery from his foot injury and is confident he'll be playing Week 1. There's no one close to his ability level on the Rams WR depth chart. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
So Mark Sanchez(notes) is the Jets starter, fresh off that 3-for-8, 43-yard mess in Baltimore (okay, the TD pass was a laser to Leon Washington(notes)). It's probably the right play, let Sanchez learn on the job. Kellen Clemens(notes) doesn't look like someone equipped to be an NFL starter. Leave your New York skill players where you had them. [Newark Star-Ledger]
I'm not a laugh-out-loud kinda guy but the guys at Razzball might be the funniest lads in our industry. Their Tuesday MLB sweep references, among other things, "The Curse of the Shirtless Bernazard." [Razzball]
Malcolm Kelly(notes) is now in front of Devin Thomas(notes) as the Redskins try to figure out who will be on the targeted end of all those Jason Campbell(notes) incompletions. [Washington Post]
A year ago, it looked like the Phillies absolutely fleeced the Astros in the Brad Lidge swap. Who's laughing now? (We all know who's crying - anyone needing saves from Lidge's gasoline alley bit.) [Fangraphs]
X-rays came back negative on Fred Jackson's(notes) thumb, so keep him on your September sleeper list (Marshawn Lynch(notes) has a three-game holiday to start the year). The Bills open at New England, then go home for Tampa Bay and New Orleans. [ESPN's Adam Schefter]
The Buccaneers want to trade a quarterback and actually get something in return, which is pretty funny. Reminds me of the owner in Tout Wars who tries to peddle Homer Bailey for FAAB every week (for some reason my spam filter keeps missing it). []
There's always something interesting going on with the Fantasy Football Librarian, plus I fully support the ideas of more librarians in fantasy football. Lots of linkable goodness here. [Fantasy Football Librarian]
Miguel Montero's breakthrough year probably hasn't gotten it's full due. Let's look under the Montero hood for a deep audit. [Hardball Times]

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