Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
Easy prediction.

Mary Moore : Houston RoughRiders
They might even win with three touchdowns.

Jim Nox : Houston RoughRiders
Do not throw statistics at me! The RoughRiders win because they are the better team.

Darren Francis : BCFC Bears
When you think of the players that will be on the field, you would be a fool not to think that Evan Williams - LB needs to show up, but if he does the Bears defense is very stingy.

Defense dominates in Windsor.

The Gamblers D-Line is victimizing offensive lines so far this season with a total of 54 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 129 tackles in 13 games.

Week 13: QB Raymond Patterson (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Houston RoughRiders quarterback Raymond Patterson has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The RoughRiders defeated the Windsor Gamblers, 48 to 3. Patterson did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 13 of 20 passes for 373 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 5 to 1, and a passer rating of 130.8.

Week 13: DE Bradley Oglesby (EDM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Bradley Oglesby of the Edmonton Herd has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Oglesby finished with 8 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 13

Totems - 17, Bears - 14
RoughRiders - 48, Gamblers - 3
Pharaohs - 35, North - 28
Herd - 42, Reapers - 10

Game of the Week: Seattle Totems at BCFC Bears

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Seattle Totems
Head coach Douglas Sharp has this team running like a well oiled machine. He is innovative with his defense. This will be a very up and down affair.

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
You got to like this offense. They are 4th in the league pass completion percentage. They are 5th in the league passing touchdowns with 18. They are 3rd in the league in sacks allowed. They are 1st in the league average yards per rush. They are 3rd in the league rushing touchdowns with 8. They are 2nd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 123! They are 3rd in the league points scored per game. They average 25.4!

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
They will put up a lot of points.

Darren Francis : Seattle Totems
This may be one for the ages.

Winning pleases everyone.

Herd fans are excited this week after their team mopped the floor with the Gamblers. Walter Hebert said of his team, ,We’re hungry as a team. We’re so hungry, we go into restaurants, look at the menu, and say OK.’

Week 12: QB Richard Mata (EDM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Edmonton Herd quarterback Richard Mata has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Herd defeated the Windsor Gamblers, 38 to 10. Mata did his part, throwing 5 touchdowns, completing 6 of 11 passes for 310 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 29 to 6, and a passer rating of 115.1.

Week 12: LB Donald Minor (BCFC) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Donald Minor of the BCFC Bears has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Minor finished with 5 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 12

Herd - 38, Gamblers - 10
Bears - 17, Reapers - 15

Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at New Orleans Reapers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
One of the most underestimated defenses. They are 4th in run defense. Giving up only 88.2 yards per game. They are 5th in the league in tackles for loss. They are 1st in the league pass average yards per rush.

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
It might be a high scoring game.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
They are on a win streak. They will continue that streak. They will win this game.

Darren Francis : BCFC Bears
In the context of this game, my prediction is that the Bears' defense goes through Evan Williams - LB. When he is at his best, the Bears offense is like a well oiled machine.

RoughRiders racking up yards!

The offense of the RoughRiders is slaying everybody this year, posting 4373 total yards and 308 points thus far in 11 games. Quarterback David Reyes - QB and receiver Roy Good - TE have tag-teamed to the tune of 843 yards this season, while Running Back Mike Aranda - RB has run for 1051. The o-line has steamrolled opponents for 376 pancakes this season while allowing only 54 quarterback sacks.

Week 11: QB Robert Asbury (NO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The New Orleans Reapers' Robert Asbury threw 3 touchdowns, completing 19 of 27 passes for 370 yards in the Reapers victory over the Toronto North.

After being drafted in Round 0 of the 0 amateur draft, season number 4 for Asbury, has seen some impressive numbers including 19 touchdown passes this season.

Week 11: DE Bradley Oglesby (EDM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Bradley Oglesby of the Edmonton Herd has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Oglesby finished with 5 Tck, 4 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 11

Bears - 30, Pharaohs - 29
Reapers - 39, North - 32
RoughRiders - 21, Herd - 18
Totems - 28, Gamblers - 7

Game of the Week: Edmonton Herd at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Houston RoughRiders
For this game, it is likely that Matthew Mullen - LB will be a key figure in this game. Do not sleep on this guy's ability.

Mary Moore : Houston RoughRiders
Lots of points scored.

Jim Nox : Edmonton Herd
I do not know why. I just have this hunch. A double digit win.

Darren Francis : Houston RoughRiders
I just really like the way they coach in Houston. Head coach Justin Harris is doing great things. He is doing some really smart things on offense. He is has a really good understanding of what works on defense. The way he prepares gives them an advantage in any game. This will either be wildly entertaining or a dull grind. I see no middle between the two.

RoughRiders racking up yards!

The offense of the RoughRiders is blowing the doors off everybody this year, posting 4092 total yards and 287 points thus far in 10 games. Quarterback David Reyes - QB and receiver Corey Flournoy - WR have tag-teamed to the tune of 766 yards this season, while Running Back Mike Aranda - RB has piled up for 967. The big boys up front has steamrolled opponents for 336 pancakes this season while allowing only 46 quarterback sacks.

Toronto North upset the Edmonton Herd!

With an outstanding effort the Toronto North pull off the upset against Edmonton Herd.
Everyone had expected the Edmonton Herd to handle the Toronto North with easy, but the North just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Herd, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Week 10: QB Robert Asbury (NO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The New Orleans Reapers' Robert Asbury threw 2 touchdowns, completing 22 of 28 passes for 438 yards in the Reapers victory over the Memphis Pharaohs.

After being drafted in Round 0 of the 0 amateur draft, season number 4 for Asbury, has seen some impressive numbers including 16 touchdown passes this season.

Week 10: DE John Wheeler (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE John Wheeler of the Memphis Pharaohs has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Wheeler finished with 4 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 10

North - 48, Herd - 30
Reapers - 34, Pharaohs - 24
RoughRiders - 30, Gamblers - 0
Bears - 24, Totems - 20

Game of the Week: Windsor Gamblers at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Windsor Gamblers
I expect some incredible plays in this game.

Mary Moore : Windsor Gamblers
Do not sleep on this defense. They are 1st in sacks with 55. They are 3rd in points allowed, averaging only 21. They are 3rd in pass defense. They only give up 254.4 per game. They are 4th in run defense. Giving up only 84 yards per game. They are 3rd in interceptions with 7. They are 3rd in forced fumbles.

Jim Nox : Houston RoughRiders
They will keep their winstreak going.

Darren Francis : Windsor Gamblers
Certainly, this offense will have a good game. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 2nd in the league in sacks allowed. They are 2nd in the league rushing touchdowns with 6. They are 4th in the league rushing yards per game. They average 79.9!

Defense dominates in Windsor.

The Gamblers front four is riddling opponents so far this season with a total of 39 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 97 tackles in 9 games.

Trouble in Seattle?

Reports out of Seattle indicate that players are getting tired of Albert Dudley - LB. He just does not seem to have his priorities straight.

Week 9: RB Mike Aranda (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Aranda's 16 att, 161 yds, 2 TD performance against the Memphis Pharaohs. Aranda from Illinois was selected in round 1, 1 years ago.

Aranda now has 853 Rushing Yards and 5 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 9: DT Martin Maes (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DT Martin Maes of the Seattle Totems has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Maes finished with 2 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 9

Gamblers - 19, North - 0
Reapers - 48, Totems - 18
RoughRiders - 57, Pharaohs - 14

Game of the Week: Houston RoughRiders at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
Do not sleep on this defense. They are 5th in sacks with 37. They are 4th in points allowed, averaging only 22.6. They are 1st in pass defense. They only give up 237 per game. They are 5th in interceptions with 6. They are 4th in the league in tackles for loss. They are 2nd in the league pass average yards per rush.

Mary Moore : Memphis Pharaohs
We will be talking about this game for a long time.

Jim Nox : Houston RoughRiders
Look for them to build on their last win. Replace the batteries in your remote. You do not want to miss this game.

Darren Francis : Houston RoughRiders
Looking at the two rosters, I think a good bet is that they have to contain Robert Cheek - DE. I think they will fail. Expect him to show up in a big way and make a difference. They might even blow them out.

Windsor Gamblers pull off the upset!

The Windsor Gamblers have managed an unlikely win against BCFC Bears.
The Bears appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Gamblers kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Bears to win with ease, and the loss to such an inferior opponent is a tough blow to the lofty expectations for the program. Meanwhile, the Gamblers fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Week 8: RB Alvaro Drake (WIN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 8's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Alvaro Drake. His 21 att, 141 yds, 1 TD performance stood out in the 27 to 18 victory for the Windsor Gamblers.

The former Miami (OH) gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 369 Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 8: DE John Wheeler (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Wheeler absolutely dominated in the Herd 37-13 game with the Memphis Pharaohs. He finished with 6 Tck, 3 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Gamblers - 27, Bears - 18
RoughRiders - 37, Reapers - 0
Totems - 20, North - 3
Herd - 37, Pharaohs - 13

Game of the Week: Edmonton Herd at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
I love what they are doing in Memphis coaching-wise. Head coach John Block is a major reason they will win this game. I am really on the fence for this one, but I stand my prediction.

Mary Moore : Edmonton Herd
The difference in this game will be their offense. They are 1st in the league passing touchdowns with 23. They are 1st in the league passing yards per game. They average 354.3! They are 4th in the league in sacks allowed. They are maulers, 1st in the league in pancakes. They are 4th in the league average yards per rush. They are 4th in the league rushing touchdowns with 4. They are 5th in the league rushing yards per game. They average 66.1! They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 32.4! They might even blow them out.

Jim Nox : Edmonton Herd
Get your popcorn ready.

Darren Francis : Edmonton Herd
Do not sleep on this defense. They are 4th in sacks with 35. They are 3rd in points allowed, averaging only 21.1. They are 4th in pass defense. They only give up 268 per game. They are 4th in interceptions with 5. They are 3rd in the league in tackles for loss. They are 4th in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 3rd in forced fumbles.

Big boys shows the way in Edmonton.

The big boys from Herd are completely crushing it this year. They’ve given up only 27 sacks in 7 games while collecting 371 pancakes.

Seattle Totems surprise everyone!

The Seattle Totems have managed an unlikely win against Memphis Pharaohs.
The Pharaohs appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Totems kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Pharaohs to win with ease, and the loss to such an inferior opponent is a tough blow to the lofty expectations for the program. Meanwhile, the Totems fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Toronto North pull off the upset!

The Toronto North surprises everyone with an unlikely road win against Houston RoughRiders.
The RoughRiders never manage to take control of the game, while the North kept grinding and drove the victory home. The RoughRiders players had expected an easy victory, and this will be a bitter loss and a tough blow to the self-respect of the program. Meanwhile the North fans are ecstatic and are already entertaining thoughts about a cinderella future.

Fisher stirring trouble

A person familiar with the North says that coaches are keeping a close eye on Alonso Fisher - G. They fear he is a bad influence on the younger players.

Week 7: QB William Inman (BCFC) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced BCFC Bears quarterback William Inman has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Bears defeated the Edmonton Herd, 43 to 28. Inman did his part, throwing 3 touchdowns, completing 27 of 37 passes for 316 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 8 to 5, and a passer rating of 83.4.

Week 7: DE Bryan Levine (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Levine absolutely dominated in the Totems 26-21 game with the Memphis Pharaohs. He finished with 4 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Bears - 43, Herd - 28
Totems - 26, Pharaohs - 21
Reapers - 12, Gamblers - 10
North - 23, RoughRiders - 8

Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at Edmonton Herd

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Edmonton Herd
Their offense will step up this game. They are 1st in the league passing touchdowns with 20. They are 1st in the league passing yards per game. They average 358.3! They are 4th in the league in sacks allowed. They are maulers, 1st in the league in pancakes. They are 4th in the league average yards per rush. They are 2nd in the league rushing touchdowns with 3. They are 5th in the league rushing yards per game. They average 69.2! They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 33.2!

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
I just really like the way they coach in BCFC. Head coach Nicholas Little is doing great things. He is running a great offense. There will be a lot to dissect after this game.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
Looking at the two rosters, my line of thinking is that Karl Osteen - DT will be a key player to watch. Not only is he a beast on the Bears defense, he is a walking highlight reel.

Darren Francis : BCFC Bears
They greatly outscore them here.

Stanley Bogan - RB is looking good!

Stanley Bogan - RB is looking amazing out there so far this season. If he keeps playing such outstanding football, he’s got a shot at making it into the HOF at the end of his career

Week 6: QB Richard Mata (EDM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Edmonton Herd' Richard Mata threw 2 touchdowns, completing 17 of 38 passes for 354 yards in the Herd victory over the Seattle Totems.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1988 amateur draft, season number 4 for Mata, has seen some impressive numbers including 18 touchdown passes this season.

Week 6: DE Bryan Levine (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Levine absolutely dominated in the Herd 23-5 game with the Seattle Totems. He finished with 4 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 6

RoughRiders - 34, Bears - 19
Herd - 23, Totems - 5
Pharaohs - 24, Gamblers - 20
Reapers - 28, North - 21

Game of the Week: Houston RoughRiders at BCFC Bears

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
People tend to underestimate their offense. They are 3rd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 2nd in the league passing touchdowns with 10. They are 4th in the league in sacks allowed. They are 1st in the league average yards per rush. They are 3rd in the league rushing touchdowns with 2. They are 2nd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 132! They are 2nd in the league points scored per game. They average 25.6!

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
Look for their defense to dominate. They are 5th in sacks with 23. They are 4th in pass defense. They only give up 268.2 per game. They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up only 74.6 yards per game. They are 1st in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 4th in forced fumbles.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
I see them winning again this week.

Darren Francis : BCFC Bears
I just really like the way they coach in BCFC. Head coach Nicholas Little is doing great things. He is has a really good understanding of what works offensively. This will be a very up and down affair.

Defense dominates in Toronto.

The North D-Line is victimizing offensive lines so far this season with a total of 17 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 44 tackles in 5 games.

Winning pleases everyone.

North fans are celebrating this week after their team mopped the floor with the Gamblers. Stanley Romo said of his team, ‘We stuck it to them.’

Week 5: QB Richard Mata (EDM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Edmonton Herd' Richard Mata threw 4 touchdowns, completing 12 of 25 passes for 396 yards in the Herd victory over the New Orleans Reapers.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1988 amateur draft, season number 4 for Mata, has seen some impressive numbers including 16 touchdown passes this season.

Week 5: DE Bradley Oglesby (EDM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Bradley Oglesby of the Edmonton Herd has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Oglesby finished with 5 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 5

North - 30, Gamblers - 13
RoughRiders - 19, Totems - 14
Herd - 41, Reapers - 12
Bears - 27, Pharaohs - 13

Is Grey on the Way Out

Windsor has made it known this week that they are looking for trade offers for Carson Grey. The former #1 pick was described as an utter disaster by GM GoRpn. "If we could do it all over again, we don't make that pick. Grey's idea of studying game tape is taking the team playbook to the strip bar and glancing at the plays in between songs. Completely unprofessional!" When hearing about this shot across the bow, Grey fired back at the disgruntled GM, "Grey's gotta ball! This guy, what a baseball GM in the desert thinks he can run a football team. Whatever man. Completely nonsense the way this team is set up. Grey's gotta be the man. It's hard to fly like an eagle when you're surrounded by turkeys!" I guess we'll see how this turns out as the trade deadline nears. Up next on the schedule for Toronto, a battle with the 0-4 Toronto North. Maybe things are starting to look up for the Gamblers.

Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
Easy prediction.

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
Looking at how the teams match up, you would be a fool not to think that the offense will struggle to counter Evan Williams - LB. Watch out for him. I expect some incredible plays in this game.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
They are well coached. I am sure head coach Nicholas Little has them prepared for this game. He makes great offensive adjustments. Expect a great game.

Darren Francis : Memphis Pharaohs
This offense is likely to step up this week. They are 3rd in the league passing touchdowns with 9. They are 3rd in the league passing yards per game. They average 275.2! They are maulers, 3rd in the league in pancakes. They are 3rd in the league average yards per rush. They are 3rd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 94.5! They are 4th in the league points scored per game. They average 23!

Week 4: QB Richard Mata (EDM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Edmonton Herd' Richard Mata threw 4 touchdowns, completing 15 of 27 passes for 350 yards in the Herd victory over the Windsor Gamblers.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1988 amateur draft, season number 4 for Mata, has seen some impressive numbers including 12 touchdown passes this season.

Week 4: DE John Wheeler (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE John Wheeler of the Memphis Pharaohs has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Wheeler finished with 8 Tck, 5 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 4

Herd - 37, Gamblers - 20
Pharaohs - 24, RoughRiders - 21
Bears - 31, Reapers - 24
Totems - 25, North - 17

Game of the Week: Memphis Pharaohs at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
Certainly, this defense will have a good game. They are 2nd in points allowed, averaging only 16.7. They are 2nd in pass defense. They only give up 245.3 per game. They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up only 59.3 yards per game. They are 4th in interceptions with 2. They are 5th in the league pass average yards per rush.

Mary Moore : Memphis Pharaohs
Look for them to continue their winstreak.

Jim Nox : Houston RoughRiders
The RoughRiders are a much better team than everyone thinks They might even win with three touchdowns.

Darren Francis : Memphis Pharaohs
There will be a lot to dissect after this game.

Baker: The icon

News in New Orleans is that Freddy Baker - WR is among the favorites in his generation for the future hall of fame. Clearly, after 10 seasons in the league, playing at his level, it is hard to dispute. Hall of fame or not, Baker is a legend, not only in New Orleans, but nationally. The Reapers have made no comment on the subject before, but seem fairly satisfied with the whole thing.

Week 3: WR Freddy Baker (NO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Baker's 7 rec, 181 yds, 2 TD effort led the way for the New Orleans Reapers. This weeks 181 receiving yards bring his season total to 360 yards with 2 touchdowns on the season.

"To Freddy, football is about winning and nothing else. He is one of the hardest workers on our team and deserves the attention he is getting from the media and fans." - Reapers Coach

Week 3: DE Bradley Oglesby (EDM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Oglesby absolutely dominated in the Herd 50-10 game with the BCFC Bears. He finished with 8 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Herd - 50, Bears - 10
RoughRiders - 20, Totems - 17
Reapers - 28, Gamblers - 9
Pharaohs - 24, North - 21

Game of the Week: Edmonton Herd at BCFC Bears

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
Look for them to continue their winstreak.

Mary Moore : Edmonton Herd
They might even win with three touchdowns.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
A tough choice. I think it will be a close game.

Darren Francis : Edmonton Herd
In this game, I see no way in which you can discount that Bradley Cheatham - CB can take over a game. There is a reason they are paying him that much money. But it will be much closer than many think..

Week 2: QB Richard Mata (EDM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Edmonton Herd' Richard Mata threw 5 touchdowns, completing 17 of 38 passes for 312 yards in the Herd victory over the Seattle Totems.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1988 amateur draft, season number 4 for Mata, has seen some impressive numbers including 6 touchdown passes this season.

Week 2: CB Kyle Young (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Young's ball hawking ability was on display in the Pharaohs 31-17 game with the New Orleans Reapers. He finished with 8 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Kyle has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Pharaohs Defensive Coordinator

Game Recaps for Week 2

Bears - 27, Gamblers - 24
Pharaohs - 31, Reapers - 17
RoughRiders - 33, North - 10
Herd - 35, Totems - 30

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
I have a lot of respect for head coach John Block. He is doing great things in Memphis. This is going to be a very viewer friendly game.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
For this game, my gut tells me that The Reapers' defense goes through Chi Schwarz - LB. This man has the ability to change games. I see a lot of points being scored in this game.

Jim Nox : Memphis Pharaohs
Look for their offense to dominate. Get your popcorn ready.

Darren Francis : New Orleans Reapers
Looking at how the teams match up, I think a good bet is that you cannot keep Ronald Hsu - WR down for an entire game. Eventually he will come out of the blue and make a big play.

Week 1: RB Mike Aranda (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Aranda's 23 att, 135 yds, 2 TD performance against the Edmonton Herd. Aranda from Illinois was selected in round 1, 1 years ago.

Aranda now has 135 Rushing Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 1: CB Russell Smith (TOR) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Smith's ball hawking ability was on display in the Bears 33-30 game with the Toronto North. He finished with 4 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Russell has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -North Defensive Coordinator

Game Recaps for Week 1

Bears - 33, North - 30
Reapers - 15, Totems - 12
RoughRiders - 28, Herd - 13
Pharaohs - 13, Gamblers - 12

Season Predictions

The sports journalists association has published the results of this year's division prediction polls among their twenty top sports journalists.

Canadian Conference Canada: Windsor Gamblers with 11 votes (Runner up: Toronto North with 9 votes)

American Conference US: Houston RoughRiders with 8 votes (Runner up: New Orleans Reapers with 7 votes)

Game of the Week: Houston RoughRiders at Edmonton Herd

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Houston RoughRiders
I really like their offense.

Mary Moore : Edmonton Herd
This will be a great game to watch.

Jim Nox : Edmonton Herd
Looking at the two rosters, I suspect that Bradley Cheatham will be dominant here. He is getting paid to deliver in exactly these kinds of games. Boy, oh boy am I looking forward to this.

Darren Francis : Edmonton Herd
In the context of this game, it seems a given that Bradley Oglesby - DE has to potential to carry the Herd defense.

Training Camp News

Dasilva, J. - CB from BCFC Bears is living up to his round 1 selection by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the camp suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

CB Deon Frias (N/A) has retired!

CB Deon Frias (0 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

LB Marcus Hutchins (N/A) has retired!

LB Marcus Hutchins (0 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

Post Free Agency Retirements

The following players have retired after going unsigned through free agency:
WR Ronald Sullivan
WR William Sheppard
WR Daren Hunt
WR Devin Carter

TE Gilbert Horsley (N/A) has retired!

TE Gilbert Horsley (0 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

QB Ben Williamson (N/A) has retired!

QB Ben Williamson (0 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

Free Agency Round 10: Round Up

7 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Edward Lopez. The DT out of Oklahoma signed a $1,200,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Toronto North.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Toronto North was the most active signing a total of 3 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 3 player(s) for a total of $3,470,000.

Free Agency Round 9: Round Up

1 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Ernest Shipp. The CB out of Alabama signed a $578,500 contract for 2 year(s) with Toronto North.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Toronto North was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $578,500.

Free Agency Round 8: Round Up

1 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Jonathan Devine. The FS out of Toledo signed a $1,750,000 contract for 3 year(s) with Memphis Pharaohs.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Memphis Pharaohs was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Memphis Pharaohs who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $1,750,000.

Free Agency Round 7: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Alonso Fisher. The G out of Northern Iowa signed a $910,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Toronto North.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Windsor Gamblers was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $910,000.

Free Agency Round 6: Round Up

1 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Ira Dill. The WR out of Southern Utah signed a $1,120,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Memphis Pharaohs.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Memphis Pharaohs was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Memphis Pharaohs who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $1,120,000.

LB Evan Williams (BCFC) goes #1 overall!

NEW YORK -- The BCFC Bears drafted Evan Williams #1 overall in the 1992 draft. The 6' 1" LB fits the team's needs perfectly. Said Bears general manager: "It's up to us to develop him and get good players around him."

"The great thing about the game of football is, it's a team game," Williams said on a conference call. "I'm just going to be one piece of the puzzle."

Moore and Nox Mock Draft

Pick 1: BCFC Bears
Larry Moore: Andre Dunaway - CB
Coaches are always looking to add more speed to the defensive backfield. This guy has enough to make an impact. Pretty bright kid. He will immediately become a contributor. Fans will love this pick. Coaches will love this pick.

Jim Nox: Andre Dunaway - CB
Fast enough to play man coverage. Can go toe to toe with most receivers. Reacts quickly and puts himself in a position to make a play. Getting it right here is what makes and breaks franchises. Get a blue-chip player and never look back.

Pick 2: Seattle Totems
Larry Moore: Evan Williams - LB
Hits ballcarriers low, taking no chances. His physical foundation given him an nice ceiling. Is speedy enough to stay on the field in passing situations. He fills a hole at the position. Blue-chip player. Will fit right in and start right away. Love it.

Jim Nox: Evan Williams - LB
Reliable tackler. The expectation is that his strength will translate into fumbles. It will definitely help him shed blocks and produce big hits. Scouts all say his speed is not a problem, he plays way faster than his forty time. When the available talent fits what you need, there is reason to celebrate. They are getting a great talent who will serve them for many years.

Pick 3: Windsor Gamblers
Larry Moore: David Louis - DT
A good tackler. Are there other guys worth picking here? Sure, but none of them fit this well with what they need, and he is a solid talent.

Jim Nox: David Louis - DT
Consistently takes down ball carrier when he gets to him. They gotta be happy to get this guy. Such a talent and he fits their needs. I would imagine the war room is celebrating when they make this pick.

Pick 4: Memphis Pharaohs
Larry Moore: David Croteau - LB
His good natured behavior, even toward opponents have earned him some criticism, but also an awful lot of respect. Has sufficient strength to play with the big boys in the pros. Mightily fast on his first step. Could become a true sack machine. Fits nicely with their needs. Fits nicely with the draft spot. Getting it right is important with these early picks. This guy is right.

Jim Nox: David Croteau - LB
This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. His strength is a good platform for him, surely a reason teams like him this high. Mightily fast on his first step. Could become a true sack machine. They almost have to make this pick. You do not want to look back in five years and see this kid on another team knowing he could have been yours.

Pick 5: New Orleans Reapers
Larry Moore: Dean Seeley - DE
The guy has his head on straight. This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. This is a kid who really contributes to the team spirit and the social cohesiveness on the team. Shows good understanding of his assignments on the field. A player that fits their needs. The promise of a future star. This will be great for the franchise.

Jim Nox: Owen Nelson - LB
Every team would benefit from his leadership. In addition to his own role, this kid doubles as glue. He makes everyone on the field play as a team. He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. His strength is a good platform for him, surely a reason teams like him this high. Nothing to think about here. Pick up the kid, bring him into the building, put him om the field.

Pick 6: Edmonton Herd
Larry Moore: Bradley Cheatham - CB
This kid is not afraid to work hard. Known among his teammates as a bit of a goofball, but never in a bad way. The kind that keeps spirits high even when a season goes south. Speedy enough to cover. Will need to cushion a bit on the faster receivers, but they will account for that in the play design. Fans might not be on board with what can be framed as a need pick. But trust me once they see this kid play, they will be more than happy.

Jim Nox: Bradley Cheatham - CB
Raised to know the value of hard work. The guy has gets along with everyone. Good closing speed. Can run with most players. Makes him very versatile. Fill a need, get a quality player, everyone wins! He will fit right in with the pros.

Pick 7: Toronto North
Larry Moore: Mark Hess - T
Here you have a kid who puts in the work to succeed. Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. He takes care of his teammates. Most everyone who ever played with him, counts him as their friend. Even if he is not the strongest, coaches like his strength. And he has enough of it. They need him now. Well yesterday actually. They will love him tomorrow. They will revere him by the end of his career.

Jim Nox: Bruce Buxton - TE
Here is a kid who no one doubts will put in the work. This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. He plays much faster than his forty might indicate. Defenses will learn that the hard way. Knowledgeable of the game. Fits the bill, great quality pick, and fills a soft spot on the roster. They should have no qualms here, run to the podium and get your man.

Pick 8: Houston RoughRiders
Larry Moore: Dwain Reyes - C
What you get with this kid, is a guy who understands that this is a team sport. He will have a legit shot at winning bets arm wrestling the veterans. The kind of strength this kid has earns a lot of respect in a locker room. The stars align for them to get him here. Just what they need. Blue-chip player with great upside. Hard to botch this pick.

Jim Nox: Dwain Reyes - C
What you get with this kid, is a guy who understands that this is a team sport. Incredibly strength and physique. He will get a great chance to earn the starting job. He fits what they are looking for. He is a solid player. Cannot go wrong here.

Pick 9: BCFC Bears
Larry Moore: Kelley Musgrove - FS
Respected for his good behavior on the field. Well liked in the locker room. Fast enough or man coverage. And enough speed to close fast when blitzing. This pick will be a boon for the organization.

Jim Nox: Richard Jefferson - SS
Raised to know the value of hard work. You cannot coach speed. Even if you could, this guy would not need it. Coaches like his technique when tackling. They get undisputed quality with this pick. It might not fill a need, but they should not care about that here. Get the future star, worry about needs later.

Pick 10: Seattle Totems
Larry Moore: Owen Nelson - LB
Not afraid to lead. Raised to know the value of teamwork. His good natured behavior, even toward opponents have earned him some criticism, but also an awful lot of respect. Not the strongest, but strong enough. Can maintain his leverage and shed blocks. They need him now. Well yesterday actually. They will love him tomorrow. They will revere him by the end of his career.

Jim Nox: Dean Seeley - DE
Here is a kid who no one doubts will put in the work. He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. Known for being a bit of a joker in the locker room. but in the good way, everyone smiles when asked about him. Pretty clever. He can do what they want. He will deliver results early. He fits a need. End of story.

Free Agency Round 5: Round Up

9 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Ed Hurley. The C out of Notre Dame signed a $1,490,000 contract for 2 year(s) with BCFC Bears.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Edmonton Herd was the most active signing a total of 4 player(s).

The biggest spender was Edmonton Herd who signed 4 player(s) for a total of $6,669,500.

Free Agency Round 4: Round Up

5 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Dennis Ridgeway. The LB out of Ohio State signed a $1,480,000 contract for 3 year(s) with Seattle Totems.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Seattle Totems was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was Seattle Totems who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $2,980,000.

Free Agency Round 3: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was John Flores. The RB out of Notre Dame signed a $590,000 contract for 2 year(s) with New Orleans Reapers.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

New Orleans Reapers was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was New Orleans Reapers who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $1,400,000.

League Suspects Tampering

League Commissioner. Donald Trump, spoke to the media today about a possible undercover operation performed by one of it's franchises. Someone in the Edmonton front office levied a charged against the Seattle franchise for making advances toward DE Robert Nicholas outside of the free agent signing period. An unknown Herd staffer mentioned that they have had a PI following the new Seattle GM for some time, as they had heard he had secretly confiscated some personnel emails from GM PaulECee and heard they were targeting some of Edmonton's players. In something out of a John Grisham novel, it appears as though, that same private investigator, has video footage of Seattle GM, LeintyFresh, and Robert Nicholas signing a contract at a local Bob Evans days before the league allowed such deals. "We had plans to bring Robby back to his beloved Herd team," PaulECee mentioned to the media, When THAT team decided it would entice him with a Grand Slam breakfast. We just can't compete on that level." Seattle had no comment at the time this went to press. Needless to say, we are very excited about the Seattle Edmonton match-ups later in the year.

League Suspects Tampering

League Commissioner. Donald Trump, spoke to the media today about a possible undercover operation performed by one of it's franchises. Someone in the Edmonton front office levied a charged against the Seattle franchise for making advances toward DE Robert Nicholas outside of the free agent signing period. An unknown Herd staffer mentioned that they have had a PI following the new Seattle GM for some time, as they had heard he had secretly confiscated some personnel emails from GM PaulECee and heard they were targeting some of Edmonton's players. In something out of a John Grisham novel, it appears as though, that same private investigator, has video footage of Seattle GM, LeintyFresh, and Robert Nicholas signing a contract at a local Bob Evans days before the league allowed such deals. "We had plans to bring Robby back to his beloved Herd team," PaulECee mentioned to the media, When THAT team decided it would entice him with a Grand Slam breakfast. We just can't compete on that level." Seattle had no comment at the time this went to press. Needless to say, we are very excited about the Seattle Edmonton match-ups later in the year.

Free Agency Round 1: Round Up

5 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was James Keys. The RB out of Sam Houston State signed a $2,136,000 contract for 2 year(s) with BCFC Bears.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Seattle Totems who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $2,220,000.

Offseason Team Needs with Jeremy Piper

With a new offseason under way, some rosters are in good shape. However, other teams have big needs to address this offseason. Your always trusty Jeremy Piper here brings you a quick glance at the teams with work to do. Whether they fill their needs in the draft or with veterans in free agency remains to be seen.

Here we go:
Edmonton Herd: WR CB DE
Windsor Gamblers: WR DT
Toronto North: G T TE WR LB DT
New Orleans Reapers: LB DE
Houston RoughRiders: C CB LB DT DE
Memphis Pharaohs: QB T C LB DE FS
Seattle Totems: LB DE

Charles Lay has retired from coaching

Charles Lay has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Lay worked latest for the Reapers as Offensive Coordinator. Rumours have it he is heading to politics.

Possible Holdout

Reports out of Edmonton have star wide Receiver, John Sharpe, apparently feeling a little disgruntled at the Herd Front Office. "We had a garbage draft, followed by a garbage Free Agency period. Who are these losers. I've only got a year left, and there is no way that I'm spending it here, if this dog and pony show persists." According to someone with knowledge inside the Sharpe camp, the wideout is seriously contemplating holding out this off-season unless there are serious changes, starting at the top! Apparently Mata and Bogan have also come under fire. "Get me the damn ball... Early, late, in between. Johnny breaks the game open. Johnny needs the damn ball!" Asked for comment, GM PaulECee, responded with a shrug, "That's man's not going anywhere. He's a Herd for life. We're actually debating on an 8 year extension. He's a wide receiver, of course he wants the ball. Name a receiver that doesn't." With the off season just beginning, this story may still have a few unhappy chapters left in it!

Draft Order: BCFC Bears own first overall.

Pick 1: BCFC Bears
Pick 2: Seattle Totems
Pick 3: Windsor Gamblers
Pick 4: Memphis Pharaohs
Pick 5: New Orleans Reapers
Pick 6: Edmonton Herd
Pick 7: Toronto North
Pick 8: Houston RoughRiders

Coaching Carousel Predictions.

The offseason is upon us and that means teams are shaking up their coaching staffs. This means that we get to take our annual look at coordinators who could make the leap to become head coaches, and the teams who are likely to poach them.

The prime candidates identified by our experts are:
Stevie Land - Defensive Coordinator - Toronto North
Grant Fisk - Defensive Coordinator - New Orleans Reapers
Scott Mercier - Defensive Coordinator - BCFC Bears
Teddy Davis - Defensive Coordinator - Edmonton Herd
Vernon Dickerson - Defensive Coordinator - Windsor Gamblers
Arnold Kraus - Defensive Coordinator - Memphis Pharaohs
Mauricio Glaze - Defensive Coordinator - Seattle Totems
Charles Mack - Offensive Coordinator - Toronto North
Mark Carpenter - Offensive Coordinator - Memphis Pharaohs

Other retirements


RB Bernard Frey (0 ovr) : Career stats: 15 att, 32 yds, 0 TD
FB John McCabe (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Steve Yi (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Tyler Vazquez (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Sean Browning (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Jerry Garza (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB David Hartman (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
G David Bounds (0 ovr) : Career stats: 2 Pancakes
G David Hughes (0 ovr) : Career stats: 2 Pancakes
G Joseph Jackson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 24 Pancakes
G Richard Cruz (0 ovr) : Career stats: 1 Pancakes
G Phillip Croteau (0 ovr) : Career stats: 4 Pancakes
G Timothy Hall (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T Jason Zeigler (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T John Swartz (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T Antonio Robertson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T William Black (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T Ralph Cook (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C Randall Johnson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C Billy Isaacson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 22 Pancakes
C John Buffington (0 ovr) : Career stats: 8 Pancakes
C John Williamson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C Shawn Slayton (0 ovr) : Career stats: 1 Pancakes
C Christopher High (0 ovr) : Career stats: 2 Pancakes
TE Daniel Barrett (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
TE Manuel George (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
TE Robert Beard (0 ovr) : Career stats: 12 rec, 94 yds, 0 TD
TE John Smith (0 ovr) : Career stats: 4 rec, 14 yds, 0 TD
WR Anthony Wallace (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Alfred Feldman (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR John Pritchett (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Henry Burrows (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Horace Mcnulty (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Cornell Carrasco (0 ovr) : Career stats: 37 rec, 376 yds, 3 TD
WR William Reece (0 ovr) : Career stats: 4 rec, 78 yds, 0 TD
WR Melvin Denham (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
CB Brendan Bennett (0 ovr) : Career stats:
CB William Pina (0 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Kenneth Fajardo (0 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Edward Lebron (0 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Jamar Criswell (0 ovr) : Career stats: 21 Tck, 1 Sck
CB Bobby Soliz (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Cody Hollingsworth (0 ovr) : Career stats: 18 Tck, 1 FF
LB Paul Merrell (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Clinton Mack (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Richard Corona (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Craig Hsu (0 ovr) : Career stats: 5 Tck, 1 Sck
LB Harold Larson (0 ovr) : Career stats: 24 Tck, 2 Sck
LB Douglas Torres (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Kenneth Douglas (0 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Steve Werner (0 ovr) : Career stats: 48 Tck, 2 Sck
LB Lee Pendergrass (0 ovr) : Career stats:
DT Frank Ferrell (0 ovr) : Career stats: 8 Tck
DT Edward Gray (0 ovr) : Career stats: 3 Tck
DE Mckinley Mann (0 ovr) : Career stats:
DE Arthur Hoang (0 ovr) : Career stats:
DE Stewart Thomas (0 ovr) : Career stats: 14 Tck, 2 Sck
DE Richard Aguilar (0 ovr) : Career stats: 13 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 FF
FS Garth Woodcock (0 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Jeffrey Smiley (0 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Carlos Richardson (0 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Wilmer Rodrigues (0 ovr) : Career stats:
FS David Roby (0 ovr) : Career stats: 2 Tck, 1 FF
SS Alonso Tanner (0 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Donald Daughtry (0 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Timothy Middleton (0 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Willie Lee (0 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Norman Brooks (0 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Bobby Galarza (0 ovr) : Career stats: 12 Tck
K Ramon Flynn (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Norman Diamond (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
P Jamie Baker (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Joseph Mock (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Blaine Delong (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Jonathon Pittman (0 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20

DT Joshua Littlejohn (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT Joshua Littlejohn has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 13 Tck, 3 Sck

T Mary Pratt (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' T Mary Pratt has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 24 Pancakes

WR Stanley Braswell (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Stanley Braswell has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 12 rec, 101 yds, 1 TD

K Tristan Smith (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' K Tristan Smith has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 38/49 FG

QB Harold Harrison (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' QB Harold Harrison has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 63/118, 624 yds, 3 TD

FB Joseph Jackson (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' FB Joseph Jackson has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 3 att, 9 yds, 0 TD

WR Charlie Scott (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Charlie Scott has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 5 rec, 47 yds, 1 TD

QB Sam Dickerson (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' QB Sam Dickerson has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 14/32, 179 yds, 1 TD

WR David Paredes (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR David Paredes has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 47 rec, 502 yds, 0 TD

DT John Gladney (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT John Gladney has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 2 Tck

C Gordon Taylor (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Gordon Taylor has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 26 Pancakes

SS Hector Benoit (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' SS Hector Benoit has retired after 6 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 46 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int

LB Henry Vincent (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Henry Vincent has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 129 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FF

TE Ralph Munoz (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' TE Ralph Munoz has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 81 rec, 584 yds, 4 TD

G Dean Milton (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' G Dean Milton has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 103 Pancakes

QB Nicholas Hamm (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' QB Nicholas Hamm has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 283/487, 2924 yds, 14 TD

LB Thomas Oswald (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Thomas Oswald has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 196 Tck, 17 Sck, 1 Int, 3 FF, 1 FR

DE David Walker (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE David Walker has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 92 Tck, 34 Sck, 4 FF, 3 FR

C Casey Johnson (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Casey Johnson has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 282 Pancakes

RB David Corrigan (SEA) has retired!

The Seattle Totems' RB David Corrigan has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 224 att, 1001 yds, 13 TD, 34 rec, 256 yds, 2 TD

FB Wesley Grogan (SEA) has retired!

The Seattle Totems' FB Wesley Grogan has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 25 att, 141 yds, 1 TD, 61 rec, 436 yds, 1 TD

RB Anthony Evans (SEA) has retired!

The Seattle Totems' RB Anthony Evans has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 898 att, 3813 yds, 19 TD, 58 rec, 524 yds, 1 TD

WR Dennis Lebron (HRR) has retired!

The Houston RoughRiders' WR Dennis Lebron has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 249 rec, 5227 yds, 38 TD

DE John Nicholson (EDM) has retired!

The Edmonton Herd' DE John Nicholson has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 84 Tck, 41 Sck, 2 Sfty, 6 FF, 5 FR


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