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    1. NFL fan interest figures for Week 9, 2018. These ratings are an accumulation of fan interest, attendance, and media popularity of the games after they've occured. (Just posting this from something I was working on that wasn't completed at one point. May use these again in the future they serve kind of to gauge how interesting your games were to the "sim fans". Maybe we can do something with this eventually.) Panthers at Jaguars: 4.5 Chiefs at Titans: 4.3 Falcons at Redskins: 4.2 Saints at Cowboys: 3.9 Steelers at Bears (MNF): 3.7 Patriots at Jets: 3.4 Giants at Broncos (SNF): 3.2 Rams at 49ers: 3.2 Buccaneers at Texans: 3.1 Cardinals at Bills (TNF): 3.0 Chargers at Raiders: 2.8 Bengals at Packers: 2.8 Vikings at Seahawks: 1.8 Browns at Lions: 1.7
    2. Corey Davis will take a seat for Week #10. The Saints strong safety will be suspended one game for violating the NFL's rules on unnecessary roughness, the league has announced. The suspension stems from Sunday's 20-33 loss against Dallas, in which Davis hit Cowboys running back Vaughan Abraham with a late shot to the head while the running back was down after the play was whistled dead. Davis does not agree with the ruling and refused to apologize. His fitness will be decreased by 10% upon his return in two weeks.
    3. The following players excelled during this week's practice and may have shown flashes of their potential: FS Sammy Grey OT Jevonne Goodwin CB A'Shawn Ellison SS Demetrius Kirkpatrick CB Vontae Johnson OG Leon Slack
    4. Rams defensive end Michael Bruce successfully had surgery this morning to repair the torn ACL that was diagnosed late last night. Bruce suffered the injury on a non-contact play during practice, he will miss the remainder of the season. Doctors are confident he will be ready to begin the 2022 season. Bruce will be on the final year of a 4 year deal worth 7 million with 50% in guarantees. He was drafted in the 3rd round of 2019 draft and has been a recent breakout star for the Rams.
    5. NFL fan interest figures for Week 8, 2018. These ratings are an accumulation of fan interest, attendance, and media popularity of the games after they've occured. (Just posting this from something I was working on that wasn't completed at one point. May use these again in the future they serve kind of to gauge how interesting your games were to the "sim fans". Maybe we can do something with this eventually.) Raiders at Dolphins (TNF): 4.8 Falcons at Saints: 4.5 Broncos at Jets: 3.9 Redskins at Panthers: 3.7 Jaguars at Colts (SNF): 3.7 49ers at Eagles (MNF): 3.5 Titans at Texans: 3.4 Patriots at Chiefs: 3.3 Packers at Ravens: 2.9 Cardinals at Rams: 2.7 Browns at Bears: 2.7 Bills at Seahawks: 2.4 Bengals at Vikings: 1.8 Chargers at Giants: 0.5
    6. Los Angeles Rams defensive end Michael Bruce has gone down on the practice field clutching his knee. Bruce will be out for the Rams week nine game. Further tests will be run tonight and a clearer picture of the injury should emerge in a day or two.
    7. [2021] Week #9 - TNF

      Arizona Cardinals (3-4) at Buffalo Bills (2-5)
    8. Feeling his point has been made Paul Davenport is looking to sign after suffering through several weeks of fines. He's looking to accept his most recent offer if offered again at minimum and hopes the Giants can offer it within the week. 1) If the Giants offer him the same as the previous offer he will accept. 2) If the Giants offer him 1.5 million more per year than the previous offer he will accept and will gain 15% on his current (depleted) fitness. 3) If the Giants choose not to offer him he will continue to play with his current contract but a further 15% reduced fitness for the rest of the year.
    9. New York Jets defensive tackle Bob Ballard has fired his agent via twitter. The 29 year old, who is due to be re-signed in the off-season, tweeted "Looking for a new rep to get me what I want. I'm done clownin' with this fool " When asked why he took to twitter for the exchange it was not evidently clear and Ballard did not supply a reason for his decision. Bob Ballard gains 10% fitness and will be looking for a larger payout next contract than what he is currently being paid.
    10. After 8 years in the NFL, former Pro Bowl Strong Safety Keyshawn Ayanbadejo (31) says he will be calling it quits after the season. The Bills safety announced his retirement via twitter on Monday morning despite recent news that he was looking for a contract extension. Ayanbadejo posted a picture of a folded up Bills uniform with the caption: "I've given out hits and taken hits in equal measure. My time on the field is over and my time for my kids is about to begin. Thank you to all my family, fans, friends, and coaches who have supported me on my long journey." Ayanbadejo was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2014 and has most recently spent time with the Bills. Ayanbadejo has announced he will pursue a future in coaching. (If his training succeeds he will become available as a defensive coordinator in the future, just so you guys know how this will work.)
    11. [2021] Week #8 - TNF

      Las Vegas Raiders (5-1) at Miami Dolphins (7-0)
    12. [2021] Week #7 - TNF

      Cleveland Browns (1-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4)
    13. [2021] Week #6 - TNF

      Atlanta Falcons (3-2) at Carolina Panthers (2-3)
    14. [2021] Week #5 - TNF

      Minnesota Vikings (1-3) at Chicago Bears (3-1)
    15. [2021] Week #4 - TNF

      Miami Dolphins (3-0) at New England Patriots (1-2)
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