Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski started a golden age of fantasy tight ends a few years ago. The Denver Broncos' Julius Thomas and Cleveland Browns' Jordan Cameron added to it last season. Now, Jordan Reed and Ladarius Green look capable of joining the growing club.
A tight end will get picked in Round 1, perhaps for the first time, in your league. That doesn't mean you have to quickly follow suit.
With the growing supply of viable fantasy tight ends and there still being only 12 starting spots for them in a standard league, the price should go down, not up. You cannot argue with the laws of supply and demand—at least you shouldn't. They are smarter than you.
We will stop insulting our readers' intelligence and provide you with an update on the tight end position, including the latest rankings, a riser and faller, and a review of the sleepers and risks.