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FANTASY SHARKS RADIO: Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy – Training Camp Grab Bag Continues

Every Wednesday evening from 9-10 PM EDT, Fantasy Sharks Senior Staff Writers Gary Davenport and Walton Spurlin take to the airwaves of Fantasy Sharks Radio for the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy. So come on in — the water’s FINE!

The calendar has hit August, and that means two things — training camps are underway across the NFL and fantasy draft season is kicking into high gear.

With that in mind, Gary and Wally are taking a look from coast to coast at the things savvy fantasy owners should know with camps underway.

Can Markus Wheaton really hold off Martavis Bryant as the No. 2 wide receiver in Pittsburgh? What’s Doug Martin‘s fantasy value now that he’s been anointed the top tailback in Tampa? Which players are looking good? Who is struggling? And who has already paid a visit to the trainer’s table?

Join Wally and Gary Wednesday, August 5 at 9 PM EDT to get the latest fantasy scoop!

Come on in — the water’s FINE!

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About Gary Davenport

A member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and Pro Football Writers of America who resides in Columbus, Ohio, Gary has been featured on a number of fantasy websites and in nationally circulated publications. These publications include the USA Today Fantasy Football Preview and the magazines distributed by Fantasy Sports Publications Inc., for whom Gary is a both a contributing author and associate editor. Gary is a seven-time FSWA Award finalist and two-time winner who was named the organization's Fantasy Football Writer of the Year for 2017. Gary also appears regularly on Sirius XM Radio (including live from Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIX) and over-the-air stations across the country. Gary was one of the co-founders of, and Head Writer at, Fantasy Football Oasis before joining Fantasy Sharks as an IDP Senior Staff Writer in 2011. He knows football. Or so he's heard.