For a fourth straight season, Razzball will be interviewing local NFL beat writers for some actual in-depth football knowledge to shed some additional light on our fantasy football knowledge.  Keep your eye out for an interview for every NFL team through the summer.  This installment comes courteous of Kevin O’Connor from leading New England Patriots blog Pats Pulpit:

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And this is why you don’t draft too early, kids. In a surprise rivaling The Sixth Sense ending, Percy Harvin was placed on the PUP list yesterday after suffering a hip injury last week during workouts. The reports out right now are possible slight tear of the labrum in his hip and that he’ll get a second opinion next week about what will need to happen from here on out. Best case scenario for fantasy owners would be the follow up news says he can play this year, though as an owner I’d be leery and worried if that were the situation. In redraft leagues, this is a pretty scary place to be if you’ve already drafted considering his current ADP in yahoo leagues places him 29th overall. Until there’s more news to go off of I’m not yet ready to move him down my fantasy football rankings, but I wasn’t too hip – pun point! – on drafting him this year anyways. If it is indeed surgery required, I think he should start getting the Hakeem Nicks draft treatment from here on out. To date, Percy has only played one full season and that was in 2011. Outside of that it’s been 15, 14 and 9 and then whatever he plays this year. As I’ve mentioned before, I don’t take too kindly to injured wide receivers ’round here. It’s a physical position for sure but just like Shakira, Percy’s hip don’t lie. He’s starting to look like someone who’s caught the chronic injury bug and I don’t want it infecting my fantasy teams. In other 2013 fantasy football news…

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So in this glorious world we live in, almost everyone has bosses.  And unlike the disappearance of America’s middle-class, there are few bosses always hated (Horrible Bosses neurotic and harassment style) and even fewer always liked; almost everybody that is in a job they at least somewhat enjoy has a boss in the middle ground. […]

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