Game of the Week: Seattle Totems at Windsor Gamblers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Windsor Gamblers
Expect a great game.

Mary Moore : Windsor Gamblers
For this game, my research indicates that Adam Frey - RB is a guy who will determine the result of the game. He supersharges their offense.

Jim Nox : Seattle Totems
This is a very good defense. They are 1st in sacks with 25. They are 5th in points allowed, averaging only 26.6. They are 5th in run defense. Giving up only 124.4 yards per game. They are 4th in interceptions with 7. They are 2nd in the league in tackles for loss. This game will be so very entertaining.

Darren Francis : Seattle Totems
I think their offense will carry them. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 4th in the league passing touchdowns with 15. They are 4th in the league passing yards per game. They average 271.1! They are 1st in the league in sacks allowed. They are maulers, 4th in the league in pancakes. They are 4th in the league rushing yards per game. They average 120! They are 2nd in the league points scored per game. They average 27.5!

Coach Showdown with Simon Sly (Season 2017 Week 9)

Simon Sly is back with this week's edition of Coach Showdown. This week features to interesting specimens.

JAMES ANDREW, HEAD COACH, MEMPHIS PHARAOHS
The Pharaohs currently sit at 2-5.

James Andrew preaches flexibility on both offense and defense, focusing on what the situation demands. His attitude is relaxed, and he is good at making everyone around him feel comfortable and promotes a friendly and unceremonial atmosphere in the organisation.

Andrew is significantly better than Lemay in assessing the ability of players.
Andrew is much more charismatic than Lemay.
Andrew is a much sharper defensive mind than Lemay.
Andrew seems a little bit smarter than Lemay.
Andrew prepares better than Lemay.


AUSTIN LEMAY, HEAD COACH, SEATTLE TOTEMS
The Totems currently sit at 5-3.

Austin Lemay wants to be aggressive on both sides of the ball. He is serious and unrelenting, asserts his authority and has little tolerance for distractions.

Week 8: LB George Langdon (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Langdon absolutely dominated in the Totems 31-17 game with the Toronto North. He finished with 1 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Def TD, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Week 8: RB Adam Frey (WIN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Frey's 25 att, 129 yds, 1 TD performance against the New Orleans Reapers. Frey from Virginia was selected in round 1, 3 years ago.

Frey now has 1006 Rushing Yards and 9 Touchdowns for the season.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Sharks - 30, Bears - 17
RoughRiders - 38, Pharaohs - 20
Totems - 31, North - 17
Gamblers - 31, Reapers - 7

Game of the Week: Windsor Gamblers at New Orleans Reapers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
I do not know why. I just have this hunch.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
The leadership on this team is great. Having a guy like James Chun - DE on the field and in the locker room is exactly what you need to win games like this.

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

Darren Francis : New Orleans Reapers
They will rely on their defense to pull them through. They are 3rd in sacks with 13. They are 1st in points allowed, averaging only 18.9. They are 3rd in run defense. Giving up only 101.7 yards per game. They are 2nd in interceptions with 6. They are 4th in forced fumbles.

Velazquez report

The North' front office has announced that they have had inquiries from the league disciplinary committee regarding Zane Velazquez - T. Zane Velazquez - T is at it again, it seems. Clearly, after 8 seasons in the league, Zane Velazquez - T simply cannot separate himself from his earlier lifestyle and friends. Whether this turns out to be a disciplinary issue or not, Velazquez needs to be on the straight and narrow if he wants to stay employed in this league.

Week 7: QB Hiram Vogel (TOR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Toronto North' Hiram Vogel threw 4 touchdowns, completing 29 of 39 passes for 425 yards in the North victory over the Memphis Pharaohs.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 2014 amateur draft, season number 3 for Vogel, has seen some impressive numbers including 14 touchdown passes this season.

Week 7: DE James Chun (NO) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Chun absolutely dominated in the Reapers 20-18 game with the BCFC Bears. He finished with 2 Tck, 2 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Sharks - 23, Gamblers - 10
RoughRiders - 27, Totems - 26
Reapers - 20, Bears - 18
North - 55, Pharaohs - 14

Adam Goins - FS signs extension with the Bears

The BCFC Bears front office has announced that they have signed Adam Goins - FS to a new contract. Goins will stay with the team on a 1 year deal with a base salary of 3360000

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at BCFC Bears

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
The leadership on the Reapers is great. You look at guys like James Chun - DE and what he does for a team. Leadership like that helps you win games.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
Look for them to build on their last win. They will rack up a lot of points.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
Looking at the teams, it seems obvious that John Campos - RB will be a key player to watch. He always delivers a highlight reel. Just win baby.

Darren Francis : New Orleans Reapers
This will be a tough game and that is where playing as a team comes in. They will need to rely on people such as Edward Martinez - CB and Dean Johnson - G who are great at coordinating and making sure everyone is doing the right thing on the field. They might even blow them out.

Coach Showdown with Simon Sly (Season 2017 Week 7)

Time for this weeks get to know your coaches. As always, Simon Sly deliver with this weeks coach comparison. Let us get on with it.

SHAWN REYNOLDS, HEAD COACH, NOVA SCOTIA SHARKS
The Sharks currently sit at 1-5.

Shawn Reynolds preaches flexibility on both offense and defense, focusing on what the situation demands. He is serious and unrelenting, asserts his authority and has little tolerance for distractions.

Reynolds exhibits way more flexibility than Harris.
Reynolds is better suited to lead a team than Harris.
Reynolds works with young players somewhat better than Harris.


JUSTIN HARRIS, HEAD COACH, HOUSTON ROUGHRIDERS
The RoughRiders currently sit at 1-4.

Justin Harris wants to be aggressive on both sides of the ball. Professionalism is the key for him. He demands accountability from everyone around him.

Harris outperforms Reynolds in scouting.
Harris outperforms Reynolds in assessing player ability.
Harris motivates his team a little better than Reynolds.
Harris prepares for opponents way more than Reynolds.

Guy a Pharaohs legend

News in Memphis is that the retirement of Dallas Guy - RB is on everyones minds this season. Surely, losing a legend of Guy's caliber is something the Pharaohs are planning for. Still, it is hard to feel sorry for Memphis. After all they do get to have a legend on their team for now.

Week 6: RB Don Herr (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Herr's 15 att, 197 yds, 2 TD performance against the Toronto North. Herr from Virginia was selected in round 5, 7 years ago.

Herr now has 475 Rushing Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 6: LB Joseph Jordan (WIN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Joseph Jordan of the Windsor Gamblers has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Jordan finished with 8 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 FF, 2 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 6

Bears - 30, RoughRiders - 22
Gamblers - 31, Pharaohs - 21
Reapers - 17, Sharks - 15
Totems - 37, North - 31

Edward Martinez - CB signs extension with the Reapers

The New Orleans Reapers front office has announced that they have signed Edward Martinez - CB to a new contract. Martinez will stay with the team on a 2 year deal with a base salary of 7250000

Game of the Week: Memphis Pharaohs at Windsor Gamblers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Windsor Gamblers
Look for their offense to dominate. They are 5th in the league pass completion percentage. They are 4th in the league average yards per rush. They are 4th in the league rushing touchdowns with 6. They are 1st in the league rushing yards per game. They average 181.2!

Mary Moore : Windsor Gamblers
They will rely on their defense to pull them through. They are 2nd in sacks with 12. They are 3rd in points allowed, averaging only 22.8. They are 3rd in pass defense. They only give up 242.4 per game. They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up only 103.6 yards per game. They are 4th in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 1st in forced fumbles. I expect some incredible plays in this game.

Jim Nox : Memphis Pharaohs
With leaders like Horacio Kyle - TE and John Tolbert - CB in the locker room it is easy to see why the Pharaohs win this game.

Darren Francis : Memphis Pharaohs
They play great together. Having a guy like John Tolbert - CB on the field who understands what everyone needs to do and helping them play as a unit will help them a great deal in this game. There will be some wild plays in this game.

Week 5: RB Adam Frey (WIN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Frey's 24 att, 177 yds, 3 TD performance against the Toronto North. Frey from Virginia was selected in round 1, 3 years ago.

Frey now has 702 Rushing Yards and 5 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 5: FS Demarcus Stern (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Stern's ball hawking ability was on display in the Totems 31-19 game with the Houston RoughRiders. He finished with 2 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Demarcus has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Totems Defensive Coordinator

Game Recaps for Week 5

Bears - 49, Sharks - 17
Gamblers - 31, North - 28
Pharaohs - 38, Reapers - 31
Totems - 31, RoughRiders - 19

Matthew Williams - WR signs extension with the Bears

The BCFC Bears front office has announced that they have signed Matthew Williams - WR to a new contract. Williams will stay with the team on a 1 year deal with a base salary of 8770000

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Memphis Pharaohs
Surely, the Pharaohs win. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. They win big.

Mary Moore : Memphis Pharaohs
Head coach James Andrew has this team running like a well oiled machine. He makes great offensive adjustments. He is has a really good understanding of what works on defense. But it will be a close game.

Jim Nox : Memphis Pharaohs
They field one of the most underestimated defenses. They are 5th in forced fumbles.

Darren Francis : Memphis Pharaohs
People tend to underestimate their offense. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 3rd in the league passing touchdowns with 8. They are 1st in the league passing yards per game. They average 340.7! They are 4th in the league in sacks allowed. They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 31.7! If they lose this one, I will never hear the end of it.

Coach Showdown with Simon Sly (Season 2017 Week 5)

As always I am Simon Sly with your weekly coach comparison. I will spare you the meandering and cut to the chase.

CHRISTOPHER RIVERA, DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR, TORONTO NORTH
The North currently sit at 3-1.

Christopher Rivera does not like gambling on defense. Advocating a bend, but don't break mindset. He is serious and unrelenting, asserts his authority and has little tolerance for distractions.
Christopher Rivera runs a 3-3-5 defense. The scheme depends on dominating in the trenches. It focuses on man coverage. The defensive line's primary role is rushing the passer. To fit his scheme, linebackers must be sure tacklers, who can help shut down the run.

They are 3rd in sacks with 8.
They are 4th in points allowed, averaging 26.2.
They are 1st in pass defense with 188.8 yards given up per game.
They are 7th in run defense. Giving up 164.8 yards per game.
They are 1st in interceptions with 4.
They are 4th in the league in tackles for loss.
They are 6th in forced fumbles.

Rivera outperforms Davis in scouting.
Rivera outperforms Davis in assessing player ability.
Rivera is slightly more detail oriented than Davis.
Rivera seems a little bit smarter than Davis.
Rivera makes his players hit the weight room more often than Davis.


TEDDY DAVIS, DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR, NOVA SCOTIA SHARKS
The Sharks currently sit at 1-3.

Teddy Davis does not like gambling on defense. Advocating a bend, but don't break mindset. He loves football, and it shows that this is his dreamjob. His eagerness to discuss all aspects of the game is infectious in an organisation.
Teddy Davis runs a 4-3 Hybrid defense. The onus is on the safeties in his system. It features primarily zone coverage. He aims to shut down the passing game, making the opponent one dimensional. Davis aims to field versatile linebackers.

They are 7th in sacks with 3.
They are 5th in points allowed, averaging 27.8.
They are 4th in pass defense with 242 yards given up per game.
They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up 95.8 yards per game.
They are 7th in interceptions with 2.
They are 3rd in the league in tackles for loss.
They are 7th in forced fumbles.

Davis motivates his team a little better than Rivera.

Week 4: QB Carlos Curry (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Houston RoughRiders' Carlos Curry threw 6 touchdowns, completing 18 of 21 passes for 307 yards in the RoughRiders victory over the BCFC Bears.

After being drafted in Round 5 of the 2013 amateur draft, season number 4 for Curry, has seen some impressive numbers including 8 touchdown passes this season.

Week 4: CB Roger Byers (TOR) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Roger Byers of the Toronto North has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Byers finished with 8 Tck, 2 Int, 2 Def TD.

Game Recaps for Week 4

North - 44, Sharks - 13
Pharaohs - 33, Totems - 27
Reapers - 17, Gamblers - 14
RoughRiders - 55, Bears - 17

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at Windsor Gamblers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
Surely, the Reapers win. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
In this game, I think a good bet is that the Reapers' defense goes through James Chun - DE. This man has the ability to change games.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
I am sure head coach John Painter has something up his sleeve for this game. He is running a great offense. He is innovative with his defense. They get their win and this game will be just another day at the office.

Darren Francis : Windsor Gamblers
I think their offense will carry them. They are 5th in the league pass completion percentage. They are 5th in the league average yards per rush. They are 5th in the league rushing touchdowns with 2. They are 3rd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 175.3! They are 5th in the league points scored per game. They average 23.7!

Sharks lost. Sharks casts blame.

Charles Cassell was angry with his teammates after the loss. He said that the entire team needed to step up. However, he also singled out some teammates. 'Man, I think a bunch of guys let us down. I could point the finger at many.' the 28 year old C said. Later in the interview he seemed to indicate that Hassan Kyle - K was one of the players he had in mind.

Week 3: RB John Flores (NSS) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 3's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back John Flores. His 9 att, 138 yds, 5 TD performance stood out in the 41 to 9 victory for the Nova Scotia Sharks.

The former Baylor gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 143 Yards and 6 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 3: DE James Steward (WIN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE James Steward of the Windsor Gamblers has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Steward finished with 2 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Sharks - 41, Totems - 9
Reapers - 45, North - 17
Gamblers - 10, RoughRiders - 7
Bears - 38, Pharaohs - 35

Game of the Week: Toronto North at New Orleans Reapers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
The leadership on the Reapers is great. You look at guys like James Chun - DE and what he does for a team. Leadership like that helps you win games. Just win baby.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
I have a lot of respect for head coach John Painter. He is doing great things in New Orleans. He is a great offensive mind. He is running an explosive defense.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
Team gelling matters in games like this. And when I look at the Reapers and the players they have who excel at organizing their teammates, players such as Edward Martinez - CB, Dean Johnson - G and James Chun - DE, I think the Reapers get the win. This will be a very entertaining game.

Darren Francis : Toronto North
When you think of the players that will be on the field, it seems obvious that Hector Frye - RB is the kind of player you just cannot contain for a whole game.

Coach Showdown with Simon Sly (Season 2017 Week 3)

Simon Sly is here to bring you another edition of Coach Showdown. This is an interesting week.

TERRENCE POLAND, DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR, HOUSTON ROUGHRIDERS
The RoughRiders currently sit at 0-1.

Terrence Poland does not like gambling on defense. Advocating a bend, but don't break mindset. He is serious and unrelenting, asserts his authority and has little tolerance for distractions.
Terrence Poland runs a 4-3 Hybrid defense. The onus is on the safeties in his system. He prefers mixing up coverage. He aims to shut down the passing game, making the opponent one dimensional. Poland aims to field versatile linebackers.

They are 5th in sacks with 2.
They are 4th in points allowed, averaging 27.
They are 2nd in pass defense with 217 yards given up per game.
They are 4th in run defense. Giving up 115 yards per game.
They are 7th in interceptions with 0.
They are 5th in the league in tackles for loss.
They are 5th in forced fumbles.

Poland is slightly better than Means at estimating player potential.
Poland is not as rigid as Means.
Poland prepares better than Means.


RAYMOND MEANS, DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR, WINDSOR GAMBLERS
The Gamblers currently sit at 1-1.

Raymond Means wants to stay unpredictable on defense, favoring a balanced approach. His attitude is relaxed, and he is good at making everyone around him feel comfortable and promotes a friendly and unceremonial atmosphere in the organisation.
Raymond Means runs a 3-3-5 defense. The onus is on the safeties in his system. He prefers mixing up coverage. He aims to shut down the passing game, making the opponent one dimensional. The defensive line's primary role is rushing the passer. Means aims to field versatile linebackers.

They are 6th in sacks with 1.
They are 7th in points allowed, averaging 31.
They are 8th in pass defense with 325 yards given up per game.
They are 1st in run defense. Giving up 78 yards per game.
They are 3rd in interceptions with 2.
They are 4th in the league in tackles for loss.
They are 1st in forced fumbles.

Means outperforms Poland in assessing player ability.
Means is slightly more detail oriented than Poland.
Means outperforms Poland in player development.
Means is better suited to lead a team than Poland.

Week 2: QB Gary Roussel (BCFC) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The BCFC Bears' Gary Roussel threw 3 touchdowns, completing 28 of 40 passes for 356 yards in the North victory over the BCFC Bears.

After being drafted in Round 2 of the 2012 amateur draft, season number 5 for Roussel, has seen some impressive numbers including 6 touchdown passes this season.

Week 2: CB Charles Mckinney (WIN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Mckinney's ball hawking ability was on display in the Totems 35-28 game with the Windsor Gamblers. He finished with 6 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Charles has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Gamblers Defensive Coordinator

Game Recaps for Week 2

North - 38, Bears - 24
Reapers - 34, Sharks - 7
Totems - 35, Gamblers - 28

Game of the Week: Windsor Gamblers at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Seattle Totems
In this game, everyone agrees that Dorsey Lawler - T needs to show up, but if he does the Totems will be putting up points. And you can take that with you to the bank.

Mary Moore : Windsor Gamblers
They will increase their winstreak to two this week.

Jim Nox : Seattle Totems
I think their defense is really good.

Darren Francis : Seattle Totems
With people like James Padgett - CB and Rich Johnson - T who understand the value of team play it is easy to see why the Totems win this game. They will put up a lot of points.

Week 1: RB Adam Frey (WIN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Frey's 31 att, 207 yds, 1 TD performance against the Memphis Pharaohs. Frey from Virginia was selected in round 1, 3 years ago.

Frey now has 207 Rushing Yards and 1 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 1: DE Richard Lucas (TOR) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Richard Lucas of the Toronto North has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Lucas finished with 3 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 1

Bears - 23, Reapers - 20
North - 27, RoughRiders - 23
Gamblers - 33, Pharaohs - 27
Totems - 24, Sharks - 17

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 12 votes (Runner up: Toronto North with 4 votes)

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

Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at New Orleans Reapers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
I am sure head coach Andrew Archibald has something up his sleeve for this game. He is doing some really smart things on offense.

Mary Moore : BCFC Bears
They might even win with three touchdowns.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
Edward Martinez - CB, Dean Johnson - G and James Chun - DE with their beautiful team play make the difference in this game.

Darren Francis : New Orleans Reapers
You got to like this defense.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Windsor Gamblers hit the jackpot when they drafted Roark, G. - SS this year. Roark has delivered astonishing progress in trainingcamp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

WR Matthew Stidham (N/A) has retired!

WR Matthew Stidham (82 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

DT Bruce Landrum (N/A) has retired!

DT Bruce Landrum (58 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

K James Scott (N/A) has retired!

K James Scott (65 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:

QB Dale Donaldson (N/A) has retired!

QB Dale Donaldson (64 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

Free Agency Round 10: Round Up

4 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Robert Willard. The DT out of Oregon State signed a $510,000 contract for 2 year(s) with BCFC Bears.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 4 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 3 player(s).

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 3 player(s) for a total of $1,610,000.

Free Agency Round 9: Round Up

4 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Alfonzo Lake. The G out of Hampton signed a $2,550,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Windsor Gamblers.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 3 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $3,020,000.

Free Agency Round 8: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Rene Steiner. The LB out of Sacramento State signed a $4,440,000 contract for 2 year(s) with BCFC Bears.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 2 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $7,320,000.

LB Rene Steiner (BCFC) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Rene Steiner, one of the league's top LBs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 2 year contract worth $4,440,000 to play for the BCFC Bears.

Free Agency Round 7: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was James Kiser. The G out of East Carolina signed a $2,550,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Windsor Gamblers.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 2 signings.

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

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $3,348,000.

Free Agency Round 6: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Marcelino Poirier. The DE out of West Texas A&M signed a $6,737,500 contract for 3 year(s) with Seattle Totems.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 1 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 $6,737,500.

DE Marcelino Poirier (SEA) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Marcelino Poirier, one of the league's top DEs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 3 year contract worth $6,737,500 to play for the Seattle Totems.

LB Jose Toledo (NSS) goes #1 overall!

NEW YORK -- The Nova Scotia Sharks drafted Jose Toledo #1 overall in the 2017 draft. The 6' 2" LB fits the team's needs perfectly. Said Sharks 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," Toledo said on a conference call. "I'm just going to be one piece of the puzzle."

Moore and Nox Mock Draft

Pick 1: Nova Scotia Sharks
Larry Moore: John Jackson - CB
Not afraid to lead. He is a smart kid, and it shows when he plays. 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: Jose Toledo - LB
Not the strongest, but strong enough. Can maintain his leverage and shed blocks. Offenses will need to keep tabs on him. He will close down fairly quickly if left unblocked. 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.

Pick 2: Toronto North
Larry Moore: Jesus Grenier - DT
This kid puts in the work. Known for being a bit of a joker in the locker room. but in the good way, everyone smiles when asked about him. Fast enough to blow up plays in the backfield if he gets immediate penetration. With this kid, this is a need pick they will not regret.

Jim Nox: Jose King - T
Even if he is not the strongest, coaches like his strength. And he has enough of it. His pass blocking skills are definitely adding to his value. He will need to hold his own against fully grown men, and teams believe he can do that. His college teammates all point to how smart he is. 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 3: Memphis Pharaohs
Larry Moore: Jose King - T
He has sufficient strength to have a chance against grown men on the defensive line. Displays nice technique when blocking on pass plays. Keeps his balance and buys time for the quarterback. He was one of the smarter kids in college. Take the blue-chip player. Do not worry about sexier picks. He fits what you need and the quality is there.

Jim Nox: Heriberto McCurry - T
Here is a kid who no one doubts will put in the work. Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. Coaches and scouts love his strength. You cannot coach strength. You either have it or not, and this guy has it! He is smart, and plays with good instincts. Might not be what fans want, but there is a reason people are getting paid to make these decisions. This is a rock solid pick, and he fits what they are looking for. Fans will come around quickly once they see him play.

Pick 4: Seattle Totems
Larry Moore: Jose Toledo - LB
Has developed nice strength for being this early in his career. Is speedy enough to stay on the field in passing situations. 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.

Jim Nox: Michael Earnest - LB
He has sufficient strength to not get bulllied on run plays. Great first step. Defensive Ends with this speed tend to go high. The obvious reason is that teams love to get this kind of immediate pressure off the edge. 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 5: Windsor Gamblers
Larry Moore: Heriberto McCurry - T
Due to his work ethic, this kid is very coachable. Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. With the amount this youngster can already benchpres, he will only ever have to focus on improving technique. Bright kid, reacts well on the field. A player that fits their needs. The promise of a future star. This will be great for the franchise.

Jim Nox: Jesus Grenier - DT
Here you have a kid who puts in the work to succeed. Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. Nice closing speed once he gets penetration. Forces QBs from the pocket. 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.

Pick 6: New Orleans Reapers
Larry Moore: Mike Gonzalez - QB
He trusts what he sees, and what he sees is mostly right. His arm is good, but not great... yet! Solid talent that fits their needs. Really that is all there is to it. Perfect situation. Take the money and run.

Jim Nox: Mike Gonzalez - QB
He trusts what he sees, and what he sees is mostly right. Receivers need to be on their toes because he throws hard. With this kid, this is a need pick they will not regret.

Pick 7: BCFC Bears
Larry Moore: Malcom Murillo - LB
This kid is not afraid to work hard. This is a young man who has enough strength to shed blocks. Did I mention strength?. They need him now. Well yesterday actually. They will love him tomorrow. They will revere him by the end of his career.

Jim Nox: Malcom Murillo - LB
This kid puts in the work. Can bull rush smaller Tight Ends and Fullbacks when blitzing. Coaches love this kind on their Linebackers. He fills a need for them. They will be happy to get him.

Pick 8: Houston RoughRiders
Larry Moore: Joseph Bradley - DE
This kid puts in the work. Strong enough to flatten smaller blockers. And strong enough to not be flattened by the bigger ones. Will not have to come off the field for in obvious passing situations. Has enough quickness to pressure Quarterbacks off the edge. You need him, just get him already.

Jim Nox: Joseph Bradley - DE
Known among his teammates as a hard worker. Has developed nice strength for being this early in his career. Will not have to come off the field for in obvious passing situations. Has enough quickness to pressure Quarterbacks off the edge. 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.

Pick 9: Nova Scotia Sharks
Larry Moore: Jamie Kim - CB
Pretty smart. Nothing to think about here. Pick up the kid, bring him into the building, put him om the field.

Jim Nox: John Jackson - CB
Teammates look to him for leadership, and he consistently delivers. Nice instincts. Plug a hole in the roster with a great player. That is really what they need to do. This pick does it.

Pick 10: Toronto North
Larry Moore: Derek Stratton - DE
Definitely good strength for a Defensive End. Will shed blocks and occasionally bull rush smaller opponents. Some might say this is a 'need' pick, but we must remember, this is a really good player as well. He will contribute early and often. No losers here.

Jim Nox: Steven Whiteman - T
Not afraid to lead. Knows what it takes to achieve success at any level. He is driven by the love of the sport. If you go to his tape, you will se he run blocks very well. Displays nice technique when blocking on pass plays. Keeps his balance and buys time for the quarterback. Reacts quickly and puts himself in a position to make a play. A player that fits their needs. The promise of a future star. This will be great for the franchise.

Free Agency Round 5: Round Up

6 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Roger Byers. The CB out of Minnesota signed a $7,040,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Toronto North.

American Conference US was the most active division with a total of 4 signings.

Toronto North was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $13,030,000.

C Billy Greathouse (HRR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Billy Greathouse, one of the league's top Cs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 1 year contract worth $4,500,000 to play for the Houston RoughRiders.

CB Roger Byers (TOR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, CB Roger Byers was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Toronto North were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Byers's agent called to tell him that the North head coach was in town. Soon, Byers was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Byers is being fitted for a North uniform.

One of the league's top CBs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 2 year contract worth $7,040,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the North," Byers said.

Free Agency Round 4: Round Up

5 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Winfred Gerard. The RB out of Wake Forest signed a $5,400,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Houston RoughRiders.

American Conference US was the most active division with a total of 4 signings.

Houston RoughRiders was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was Houston RoughRiders who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $17,190,000.

CB Robert Roberts (SEA) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, CB Robert Roberts was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Seattle Totems were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Roberts's agent called to tell him that the Totems head coach was in town. Soon, Roberts was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Roberts is being fitted for a Totems uniform.

One of the league's top CBs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 3 year contract worth $7,250,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the Totems," Roberts said.

QB Jamey Keith (HRR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Jamey Keith, one of the league's top QBs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 1 year contract worth $11,790,000 to play for the Houston RoughRiders.

FS Ross Johnson (MEM) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Ross Johnson, one of the league's top FSs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 2 year contract worth $4,500,000 to play for the Memphis Pharaohs.

RB Winfred Gerard (HRR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, RB Winfred Gerard was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Houston RoughRiders were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Gerard's agent called to tell him that the RoughRiders head coach was in town. Soon, Gerard was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Gerard is being fitted for a RoughRiders uniform.

One of the league's top RBs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 1 year contract worth $5,400,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the RoughRiders," Gerard said.

Free Agency Round 3: Round Up

1 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Dan Irvin. The T out of Mississippi signed a $4,100,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Memphis Pharaohs.

American Conference US was the most active division with a total of 1 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 $4,100,000.

Free Agency Round 2: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was William Rutledge. The LB out of Southern Utah signed a $3,800,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Memphis Pharaohs.

American Conference US was the most active division with a total of 2 signings.

Memphis Pharaohs was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was Memphis Pharaohs who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $6,740,000.

Free Agency Round 1: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Donald Vail. The TE out of James Madison signed a $4,500,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Toronto North.

Canadian Conference Canada was the most active division with a total of 2 signings.

BCFC Bears 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 $4,500,000.

TE Donald Vail (TOR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Donald Vail, one of the league's top TEs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 1 year contract worth $4,500,000 to play for the Toronto North.

The Totems have released Charles Monk - T!

The Charles Monk year veteran T will be looking for a new team. In his career he has compiled a CV with 641 Pancakes. It remains to be seen if he can bargain that into a new contract elsewhere.

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:
BCFC Bears: G TE LB DT
Nova Scotia Sharks: WR CB LB
Windsor Gamblers: G T CB DT
Toronto North: T C TE WR CB LB DT DE
New Orleans Reapers: QB G LB DE FS
Houston RoughRiders: WR LB DT DE
Memphis Pharaohs: T LB DT DE FS
Seattle Totems: CB LB

General Manager Bernard Rousseau (BCFC) signs contract extension!

The Bears have announced that they will be keeping Bernard Rousseau on board as their Defensive Coordinator. Rousseau has been signed to a contract extension worth $4,600,000 for 7 years.

Draft Order: Nova Scotia Sharks own first overall.

Pick 1: Nova Scotia Sharks
Pick 2: Toronto North
Pick 3: Memphis Pharaohs
Pick 4: Seattle Totems
Pick 5: Windsor Gamblers
Pick 6: New Orleans Reapers
Pick 7: BCFC Bears
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:
Robert Campbell - Offensive Coordinator - Houston RoughRiders
Terrence Poland - Defensive Coordinator - Houston RoughRiders
Eugene Ayala - Offensive Coordinator - Nova Scotia Sharks
Bernard Rousseau - Defensive Coordinator - BCFC Bears
David Rupert - Offensive Coordinator - New Orleans Reapers
Everette Sweeney - Offensive Coordinator - Windsor Gamblers

Contract Updates

The following players have unlocked bonuses in their contracts based on their performance last season:
Jacob Wooley - WR (New Orleans Reapers) unlocked a 15% bonus for Receiving TDs (Target: 10 / Accomplished: 10).
Louis Prather - TE (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 5% bonus for winning the championship.
Robert White - FS (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 5% bonus for winning the championship.
Otto Butler - C (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 10% bonus for Games Started (Target: 7 / Accomplished: 14).
Eric Beane - DT (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 10% bonus for winning the championship.
Jaime Guevara - SS (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 10% bonus for Tackles (Target: 40 / Accomplished: 49).

To Ronald Free - SS, the past is the past.

Ronald Free is a great story, having worked his way out of a troubled youth. To many, Free is becoming a posterboy for the league's ability to help talented young men rehabilitate themselves through sports.

Other retirements


QB Drew Barlow (59 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0, 0 yds, 0 TD
QB Daniel Molina (48 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Anthony Anderson (65 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Michael Dunning (59 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Mark Siegel (57 ovr) : Career stats: 3 att, 3 yds, 0 TD
RB Joseph Fitzsimmons (55 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Brian Staley (54 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Jody Corrigan (58 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Guy Rose (48 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Reginald Eason (47 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
G Steve Lee (61 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
G Joseph Dockery (48 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T Orville Moore (58 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T David Cady (45 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C Max Stroup (52 ovr) : Career stats: 39 Pancakes
C Richard Garcia (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C James Calderon (48 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
TE Anthony Jones (55 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
TE William Stevens (54 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
TE Daryl Brown (53 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
TE Eugene Justus (50 ovr) : Career stats: 1 rec, 9 yds, 0 TD
WR Jose Pearce (69 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Rudolph Hamilton (61 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Stephen Church (57 ovr) : Career stats: 18 rec, 206 yds, 0 TD
WR Bryon McClure (55 ovr) : Career stats: 26 rec, 197 yds, 0 TD
WR Raul Clemmons (55 ovr) : Career stats: 14 rec, 127 yds, 3 TD
WR Ian Benton (49 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Jose Stine (48 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Terry Muniz (45 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
CB Carlos Miller (63 ovr) : Career stats: 35 Tck, 1 FF
CB David Lu (56 ovr) : Career stats: 71 Tck, 2 Int, 3 FF, 2 FR
CB Richard Austin (54 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Kristopher Fulmer (53 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Alec Locke (46 ovr) : Career stats: 67 Tck, 2 Int
LB Walter Ogden (58 ovr) : Career stats: 57 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int
LB Timothy Sherwood (57 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Peter Lynch (55 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Daniel Rector (54 ovr) : Career stats: 22 Tck, 1 Int
LB Jesse Lavender (50 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Donald Williams (49 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Roger Falls (47 ovr) : Career stats:
LB James Noriega (40 ovr) : Career stats:
DT Harold Lopez (49 ovr) : Career stats: 8 Tck
DT Vincent Moyer (46 ovr) : Career stats:
DT Donald Lopez (45 ovr) : Career stats:
DE Jesus Garner (52 ovr) : Career stats: 20 Tck, 5 Sck, 2 FF
DE Robert Jeffries (50 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Leon Hutchison (53 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Andrea Elston (52 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Mike Lozano (51 ovr) : Career stats: 7 Tck, 1 Sck
FS Donn Gregory (51 ovr) : Career stats: 22 Tck
FS Ryan Parker (50 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Dave Smith (64 ovr) : Career stats: 38 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 2 FF, 1 FR
SS Bret Norris (60 ovr) : Career stats: 35 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 Blk FG, 3 FF, 1 FR
SS Steven Heffner (56 ovr) : Career stats: 4 Tck
SS Kristopher Scruggs (53 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Donald Ochoa (53 ovr) : Career stats:
K Dino Williams (65 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Frankie Tovar (59 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Juan Ogden (54 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
P John Pena (65 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Douglas Khan (58 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Marvin Gonzalez (53 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Edward Graham (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20

CB Anthony York (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' CB Anthony York has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 42 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD

DE Michael Cotton (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Michael Cotton has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 104 Tck, 61 Sck, 1 Sfty, 6 FF, 3 FR

WR Connie Runyon (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Connie Runyon has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 160 rec, 1763 yds, 13 TD

DE Brice Griffin (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Brice Griffin has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 30 Tck, 21 Sck, 2 FF

DE Randall Browning (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Randall Browning has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 68 Tck, 33 Sck, 5 FF, 3 FR

WR Barton Mcgowan (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Barton Mcgowan has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 23 rec, 206 yds, 1 TD

P Joel Speed (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' P Joel Speed has retired after 4 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 2757 yards, 20 inside 20

DE Michael Wilkerson (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Michael Wilkerson has retired after 4 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 2 Tck

DT Mark Davison (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT Mark Davison has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 48 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FF

K Eugene Stubbs (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' K Eugene Stubbs has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 0/1 FG

FS Jackie McClelland (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' FS Jackie McClelland has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 250 Tck, 7 Sck, 7 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 Sfty, 1 FF, 1 FR

DT Oscar Demers (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT Oscar Demers has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 87 Tck, 21 Sck, 5 FF, 1 FR

DE Nathan Frazer (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Nathan Frazer has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 70 Tck, 25 Sck, 6 FF, 2 FR

T Francesco Kohn (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' T Francesco Kohn has retired after 14 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 274 Pancakes

SS Phillip Loftis (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' SS Phillip Loftis has retired after 17 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 674 Tck, 35 Sck, 8 Int, 2 Def TD, 2 Sfty, 15 FF, 6 FR

LB Clifford Hardwick (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Clifford Hardwick has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 1189 Tck, 53 Sck, 7 Int, 3 Def TD, 2 Sfty, 37 FF, 10 FR

RB Jason Stearns (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' RB Jason Stearns has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 390 att, 2088 yds, 25 TD, 10 rec, 156 yds, 1 TD

TE John Smith (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' TE John Smith has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 543 rec, 6556 yds, 47 TD

K Derick Storey (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' K Derick Storey has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 235/319 FG

DE George Brown (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE George Brown has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 123 Tck, 61 Sck, 1 Sfty, 9 FF, 3 FR

T Donald Norwood (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' T Donald Norwood has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 205 Pancakes

C Bryan Smith (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Bryan Smith has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 157 Pancakes

C John Christmas (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C John Christmas has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 280 Pancakes

LB Anthony Sousa (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Anthony Sousa has retired after 14 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 755 Tck, 58 Sck, 5 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 Blk FG, 21 FF, 9 FR

CB Dante Perez (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' CB Dante Perez has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 265 Tck, 8 Sck, 8 Int, 3 Def TD, 8 FF, 8 FR

C Mike Hernandez (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Mike Hernandez has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 394 Pancakes

WR Raymond Adkins (MEM) has retired!

The Memphis Pharaohs' WR Raymond Adkins has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 568 rec, 11013 yds, 73 TD

K Edward Kerr (HRR) has retired!

The Houston RoughRiders' K Edward Kerr has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 202/245 FG

RB David Spain (NO) has retired!

The New Orleans Reapers' RB David Spain has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 2612 att, 12684 yds, 47 TD, 121 rec, 1093 yds, 0 TD

G Edmond Evans (NO) has retired!

The New Orleans Reapers' G Edmond Evans has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 375 Pancakes

P Earl Rodriguez (NO) has retired!

The New Orleans Reapers' P Earl Rodriguez has retired after 16 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 47693 yards, 445 inside 20

RB Raymond Hoyt (BCFC) has retired!

The BCFC Bears' RB Raymond Hoyt has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 3374 att, 16077 yds, 128 TD, 208 rec, 1820 yds, 7 TD

CB Keith Lamar (BCFC) has retired!

The BCFC Bears' CB Keith Lamar has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 309 Tck, 7 Sck, 16 Int, 2 Def TD, 3 FF, 1 FR


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