Fire Eric Bruntlett

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ANNOUNCEMENT: I got some good news, and I got some bad news. Which one do you want first?

I’ll tell you the bad news first, so that the good news is that much more uplifting. And so that this post makes even the least bit of sense.

The bad news is that you may not see me as much around these parts. Update: I said “you may not see as much of me around the parts.” Or you might. I might be able to get in my same 3-4 posts per week. I don’t know. I was just alerting you of another site where you can read me that may be very helpful to all of you fantasy sports players, and I know that there’s a lot of you out there. Unlike Meech, it’s not because I’m obsessed with Madden. In fact, it’s something that could potentially help you, especially if you’re play in a fantasy football league with me this season, as I know some of you are. As most of you already know, I got a new gig at Digital Sports Daily, as the Fantasy Sports Editor. You can read all of my “FantasyMAX” columns here (as of this posting, there’s only the introductory post I wrote yesterday. Some of you know about the suspense that I put you through while I was writing it. Let’s just say that I found it most enjoyable.) Check out the intro to see what I might be writing on a given day or in a given week.

More good news!: There’s a new way for you to check for new posts, other than Twitter (@firebruntlett) and refreshing this site every ten minutes. (Admit it, because we know all of you do it.) Now, you can become a fan of us on Facebook, too! Just check out the little widget to the right! (Which, predictably, is not working. The link still works, though.) In any case, feel free to become a fan of us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and continue to keep refreshing the page every 10 minutes, as you’ve been doing!

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August 21, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

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  1. […] Fire Eric Bruntlett Fantasy Football League You may remember a couple weeks ago, when I announced my new position for Digital Sports Daily as their Fantasy Sports Editor. Well, I decided to let all of you readers […]

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