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MADRID, Spain -- President Josep Bartomeu defended Barcelonas dealings in signing Neymar, saying the Spanish champion would do it all over again despite being charged with tax fraud. Adidas Stan Smith Online Sale . A Spanish judge charged Barcelona with the crime on Thursday, alleging it swindled the state of 9.1 million euros ($12.5 million) through payments to varying companies and false contracts. Bartomeu says "we did everything according to the letter of the law (...) our contract with Neymar and Santos is totally legal. The negotiations, the transactions, the contracts, everything was done legally and we would do it all again the exact same way." The high-profile transfer saga led to Barcelona president Sandro Rosells resignation as the true cost of the deal rose from 57.1 million euros ($74 million) to 86.2 million euros ($118 million). Adidas Stan Smith Discount . 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Antonio Gates only had four touchdowns for the Chargers last season, his fewest since his rookie year in 2003, but also had 77 catches for 872 yards, his most since 2009. Dallas Jason Witten is another in the over-30 brigade who still puts up big numbers and Witten has consistently been one of Tony Romos favourite targets for a long time. Wittens 851 receiving yards last season counted as his lowest since 2006, but he hasnt missed a game since 2003 and last years eight touchdowns counted as the second-best total of his career. Beyond that group, the options start to open up a little more. Charles Clay had a breakout year (759 YDS, 6 TD) in Miami last season and second-year tight ends Tyler Eifert and Zach Ertz have potential to do big things in Cincinnati and Philadelphia, respectively. Minnesotas Kyle Rudolph (nine touchdowns in 2012) and San Diegos Ladarius Green (376 YDS, 3 TD last season) are a couple more possible breakout candidates. 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Even as the field of talent gets deeper, the guys at the very top are creating big enough gaps to retain value. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Fantasy Football Report powered by Coors Light. ' ' '

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