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  • Birthday 05/07/1989

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  1. Franz Kafka

    Trading / Contract change.

    Just to be clear (talked to a couple people and we can't come to a consensus): Example: Brian Brown signs a 5 year, 100 million dollar contract with Miami during the 2021 MIDSEASON (2021 was the last year of his contract and Miami signed him during the midseason window) 5 years // 100.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:50.0 $//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:50.0 Total//20.0//20.0//20.0//20.0//20.0//Total:100.0 Miami trades Brian Brown to the Bills after the 2021 season. Am I correct in thinking that the Dolphins would not owe Brian Brown any money and the Bills would pay all of his contract?
  2. Franz Kafka

    Soluna's Hurricane Info

    Godspeed and good luck to everyone in the path!
  3. Franz Kafka

    [2022] 1st Round Rookie Salary Negotiations

    OLB Evan Walsh 5-11 218 R Nevada [Coverage] [0] 81 4 years // 16.0 million // 56.25% Guaranteed G//3.0//2.0//2.0//2.0//Total:9.0 $//1.0//2.0//2.0//2.0//Total:7.0 Total//4.0//4.0//4.0//4.0//Total:16.0 Value//7.4496210039
  4. Franz Kafka

    [2022] Miami Dolphins Introduce Draft Picks

    Take me home
  5. The Denver Broncos are pleased to introduce their eight draftees from the 2022 NFLHC Draft. First Round, 21st overall selection OLB Evan Walsh 5-11 218 R Nevada [Coverage] [0] 81 Evan Walsh was a standout for the Nevada Wolfpack and helped lead the program to 45 wins and four ranked finishes during his time in Reno. He was a first-team All-MWC selection from 2018-2020 and was twice named National Defensive Player of the Week. At the 2022 NFLHC Combine, he posted the fastest three-cone drill of all defensive players and the highest vertical leap of all front seven players. Career stats: 129 tackles, 4 INT, 11.5 sacks, FF, FR, TD, 2 PD Second Round, 54th overall selection OT Marc Allen 6-6 281 R Western Michigan [Pass Blocking] [-1/C] 80 Marc Allen started all 28 career games during his tenure at Western Michigan, holding down the left tackle spot for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. During that time, the Broncos compiled a 24-4 record, won two MAC Championships, and had two top 14 finishes. He helped open holes for standout RB DeSean Madison, who gained over 3,100 yards and scored 44 touchdowns the last two seasons. During the NFLHC Combine, he ran the third fastest three-cone of all offensive linemen and measured in as the second-tallest overall player (tied). Career stats: 28 starts at left tackle Third Round, 86th overall selection WR Sebastian Porter 6-1 208 R UTSA [Target] [0] 77 Porter signed with the UTSA Roadrunners out of junior college and was immediately inserted into the starting lineup for his senior season. He led the team in catches, yards, and touchdowns, and was one of two players in the WAC to haul in 10+ touchdowns and average 15+ yards per catch. He had the second most bench press reps among all wide receivers at the Combine and ran an impressive 4.52 40 at 6'1" 208 lbs. Career stats: 56 catches, 843 yards, 10 TD Fourth Round, 121st overall selection RB Bernard Shook 5-8 182 R USC [Speed] [0] 76 Shook was a one-year wonder for the Trojans, starting in his lone season in Los Angeles. He finished the season as the third-leading rusher in the conference and was one of two PAC-12 backs to have double-digit 100+ yard games (Trevon Yeldon). He was the MVP of the 2021 Sun Bowl (166 total yards, 2 TD) as USC knocked off Minnesota 31-10. Career stats: 293 carries 1,485 yards, 13 TD, 4 catches, 53 yards Fourth Round, 127th overall selection FS Ayden Whitaker 6-1 218 R Army [Man Coverage] [0] 79 Ayden Whitaker was a four-year starter for Army after redshirting in 2017. He helped lead the Black Knights to a record-setting 2020 season, where they won a team-high 10 games, including the 2020 Military Bowl. Whitaker was key in that victory, hauling in an interception and three tackles in the 35-14 win over South Florida. His vertical leap at the 2022 NFLHC Combine was the third highest among all defensive players and in the top 10 overall. Career stats: 76 tackles, 8 INT, 3 PD Fifth Round, 171st overall selection OG Marco Woodward 6-1 269 R Kentucky [Run Blocking] [0] 76 Woodward signed with the Wildcats out of Owens Community College in Toledo, OH and was immediately plugged into the starting lineup. In his lone season in Lexington, he started all 12 games at left tackle, due to a shortage of quality OL. He protected Elijah McManus' blindside, en route to the Kentucky signal-caller tossing 42 touchdowns and over 4,200 yards. Career stats: 12 consecutive starts Sixth Round, 194th overall selection RB Nathaniel Ruff 5-6 176 R Akron [Speed] [0] 74 Ruff was a four-year starter for the Zips and owns the entire rushing record book for the program. He improved his yards per carry from his freshman season to his senior campaign by more than 1.2 yards, and finished his Akron career by taking home the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl MVP Trophy. Career stats: 1,088 carries, 5,242 yards, 52 TD, 4 catches, 42 yards, 1 kick return TD Seventh Round, 229th overall selection K Anthony Harris 6-2 151 R NC State [Accuracy] [0] 79 Harris was a two-year starter for the Wolfpack and was one of the most accurate medium-range kickers in the country. He was 26/28 on field goals from inside 45 yards and only missed one kick from under 40 yards his entire career. He also connected on three kicks of 50+ yards and made a career long 53 yarder in 2021. Career stats: 38/48 FG, 53/53 PAT - Welcome to Denver!
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    Best Draft Through 3 Rounds?

    I like and Lattimore and Bryant were two of the top 10 overall players and Detroit has had great value and fit at every spot. Broncos not too shabby either so far..
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    [2022] Draft interface passwords

    please
  8. Franz Kafka

    Rein-Viger-ated

    RFV <3
  9. Franz Kafka

    Update your team wiki pages for a reward!

    http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Georgia_Bulldogs Georgia done
  10. AP - Dove Valley, CO The Denver Broncos have officially announced the hiring of two new coordinators for the upcoming 2022 season. Adam Gase will take over as the team's offensive coordinator, while Mike Smith will run the defense in Denver. The Broncos made their second-straight postseason appearance in 2021 after compiling a 10-6 regular season record. "I'm looking forward to what both of these coaches will bring to our franchise," said GM Franz Kafka at their introductory press conference. "We know Todd [Jennings] is excited about this hire and has already begun working with his new playcaller." Gase looks on at practice Before joining the Broncos, Gase was the offensive coordinator for the Houston Texans from 2020-2021. He played an integral role in the development of QB Alex Leshoure, who progressed +6 the last two seasons. Additionally, Leshoure saw an improvement in both TD% and INT% and the Texans' points per game improved from 2019 to 2020 and from 2020 to 2021. "On the other side of the ball, we're thrilled with the addition of Mike Smith. We've got a young, hungry defensive line and Smith's reputation in that department is well-known around the league. We think we have the pieces for a deep playoff run and hopefully Coach Smith can help bring a ring to Mile High." Smith, working the refs with the G-Men. Before coming to Denver, Smith was the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants. OLB Kenyatta Henderson flourished under Smith, becoming one of two players to have 50+ tackles and 8+ sacks in both 2020 and 2021. After an incredibly disappointing 2021 season, only one player on the defensive side of the ball showed signs of unhappiness, as compared to five on offense. Gase and Smith take over for Marc Trestman and Leslie Frazier, respectively.
  11. The entire Georgia Bulldog family would like to congratulate offensive tackle John McKelvey on his NFLHC career. John was a starter in Athens in 2013 and was selected by his teammates to be an offensive captain. After graduating from Georgia, he was selected in the 4th round of the 2014 NFLHC Draft by the Oakland Raiders. He played his entire eight-year career with the Raiders' organization, starting over 100 games at left tackle. During his time in the Black and Silver, he was twice named to the Pro Bowl (2014-2015), won three AFC Championships (2014, 2020-2021), and won a ring this past season with the Raiders' victory in Super Bowl VIII. He announced his retirement shortly after the season. "Seeing John's success in the league didn't surprise me at all. He was a captain in Athens and was a major part of the Raiders' success for eight seasons. Not many players get to have an NFLHC run like his: made the Pro Bowl, played with one franchise his entire career, and ended his playing days on top with a Super Bowl ring. He's a fantastic player and an even better person." -UGA Head Coach Franz Kafka (2013-2017, 2021-present) Rookie player line: OT John McKelvey 6-2 360 R Georgia [PassBlocking] 73 Final player line: OT John McKelvey 6-2 360 8 Georgia [Pass Blocking] [+3/C] 87 Congratulations, John! @alienufo
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    [2022] Re-signings

    Broncos up
  13. Franz Kafka

    [2022] Head Coaching Contracts

    HC bingo415 2 years // $5.1 million total $2.55 million per year
  14. Franz Kafka

    DC Mike Smith

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