Fantasy Fox: Top 75 receivers in standard-scoring leagues
AUG 24, 11:57p ET | Jay Clemons
Rotowire: Mar 13 / 7:06p ET
News: Britt signed a two-year contract with the Rams worth up about $14 million Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Impact: Britt's deal includes $4.3 million of guaranteed money, likely keeping him with the Rams for at least the next two seasons. He led the Rams with 748 receiving yards and finished second in receptions (48) last year. That output on a one-year deal has won him a second, more lucrative contract. He will head into 2015 with more stable footing, but will need to get acquainted with a new quarterback, as the Rams dealt Sam Bradford for Nick Foles in the offseason. However, Bradford missed most of last season, leaving Austin Davis and Shaun Hill to take the duties under center. If Foles can come anywhere close to replicating his production with the Eagles over the past two seasons, it could result in better numbers for Britt in 2015.
Rotowire: Mar 13 / 6:59p ET
News: Britt has signed a two-year deal with the Rams, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Impact: Britt was the most solid receiver for St. Louis last season, with nearly 50 receptions and 750 yards. He should also have a more reliable quarterback in Nick Foles this year as well, which could lead to an even better fantasy year for Britt.
Rotowire: Jan 5 / 6:33p ET
News: Britt finished the season with 48 receptions for 748 yards and three touchdowns.
Impact: For a $1.4 million deal in the offseason, the Rams received a pretty good year out of Britt, leading the team in receiving by more than 140 yards. Most importantly, he stayed out of trouble off the field, remained healthy, and became a leader in the locker room. He also didn't lose a fumble, and if he can get a stable quarterback situation next year, he could continue to get back to the potential he had when drafted in the first round back in 2009.