Found August 03, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
According to analyst Bucky Brooks, the rapid development of Chiefs receiver Jonathan Baldwin has Kansas City's training camp buzzing.Fantasy Spin:Dwayne Bowe is holding out, giving Baldwin plenty of reps with Matt Cassel and the first-team offense in training camp. While Kansas City will be a run-heavy team this season, Baldwin will be someone to target late in drafts due to his size, length and athleticism. And if Bowe's holdout carries over into the regular season, Baldwin will move up draft boards rapidly.

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