Fantasy craze produces awkward moments for players

America's obsession with fantasy football often produces awkward moments for real players, Greg Garber writes.

Originally Published: December 6, 2006
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

He swivels in the power chair, furiously working his iMac mouse and keyboard, wrapped in a cocoon of mahogany and football memorabilia.

Click! Click! Click!

Here in the comfort and safety of his stately home office, set in an upscale development outside Indianapolis, Cato June is not merely a linebacker for the Colts. He is the powerful owner, shrewd general manager and X/O-savvy head coach of an NFL fantasy football team called Juneimus D Great -- a name modestly ...

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