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  1. Have until thursday's game to post your headline.
  2. if you think there was an error, let me know. Don't bid on these guys til they get added to the FA threads.
  3. Signings: QB J.J. Robinson 6-1 209 R Temple [Hybrid] 76 - Titans: 2 years QB Jaiden Grant 6-3 239 R Florida [Pocket] 73 - Saints: 2 years QB Kevin White 6-2 218 R Dartmouth [Pocket] 72 - Falcons: 2 years QB Ahmed Miles 6-0 217 R Navy [Scrambling] 70 - Titans: 2 years RB Damien Mays 5-6 195 R Miami (OH) [Power] 68 - Vikings: 2 years FB Ryan Roach 5-8 251 R Ole Miss [Pass Blocking] 74 - Broncos: 1 year FB Ricky Lewis 5-11 208 R Temple [Run Blocking] 70 - Raiders: 2 years WR Lindsey Thomas 5-11 163 R Arizona [Speed] 74 - Chiefs: 2 years WR Danny Paz 6-0 219 R Duke [Target] 74 - Dolphins: 2 years WR Rocky Kruse 6-2 169 R Hawaii [Speed] 74 - Jets: 2 years WR Aaron Ayala 6-1 169 R Wisconsin [Speed] 73 - Vikings: 2 years WR Vincent Ortiz 6-1 174 R New Mexico [Speed] 72 - Cowboys: 2 years WR Israel Hawker 6-2 197 R Yale [Speed] 69 - Vikings: 2 years TE Timothy Perez 6-3 238 R Arizona [Receiving] 74 - Chargers: 1 year TE Jay Coleman 6-5 259 R Nebraska [Blocking] 74 - 49ers: 2 years TE Erik Bray 6-7 250 R North Dakota [Receiving] 71 - Eagles: 2 years TE Hunter Goodson 6-2 239 R Pittsburgh [Blocking] 70 - Jets: 2 years TE Brian Becker 6-3 216 R Connecticut [Receiving] 70 - Raiders: 2 years OT Maxwell Carmichael 6-7 264 R Clemson [Run Blocking] 73 - Packers: 1 year OT Owen Stover 6-3 273 R West Virginia [Pass Blocking] 70 - Dolphins: 2 years OG Marc Kerns 6-1 270 R Pittsburgh [Run Blocking] 74 - Saints: 2 years OG Leo Fleming 6-7 266 R Minnesota [Run Blocking] 73 - Giants: 2 years OG Darrell Kincaid 6-5 271 R Nebraska [Pass Blocking] 73 - Titans: 2 years OG Charles Perez 6-4 283 R Iowa [Pass Blocking] 73 - Vikings: 2 years OG Jessie Kendrick 6-2 298 R Washington [Pass Blocking] 70 - Falcons: 2 years OG Brendan Mccurdy 6-5 316 R Georgia State [Run Blocking] 70 - Jets: 1 years C Josh Brown 6-2 266 R Dayton [Run Blocking] 71 - Bills: 2 years C Philip Reed 74 268 R Penn State [Run Blocking] 70 - Eagles: 2 years C Charlie Cornwell 6-3 288 R Oregon [Run Blocking] 68 - Panthers: 1 year DE Darius Smith 6-4 242 R Wofford [Blitz] 69 - Colts: 2 years DE Joe Flores 6-2 253 R UNLV [Blitz] 67 - Falcons: 2 years DT Walter Murillo 6-1 309 R Nebraska [2-Gap] 71 - Titans: 2 years DT David Crawford 6-5 317 R Georgia [2-Gap] 69 - Packers: 1 year DT Ricardo Walter 6-4 294 R Tennessee [1-Gap] 68 - Eagles: 2 years DT Trevor Williams 6-6 314 R Towson [2-Gap] 67 - Vikings: 2 years ILB Matt Thomas 6-3 247 R North Dakota [Mike] 69 - Jets: 2 years ILB Michael Hutson 5-11 223 R Oregon [Mike] 68 - Falcons: 2 years OLB T.J. Harriman 6-3 227 R Marist [Coverage] 71 - Chargers: 1 year OLB Tyler Burden 5-11 228 R Houston [Coverage] 68 - Steelers: 2 years OLB Milan Porter 5-11 206 R Fresno State [Blitz] 67 - Steelers: 2 years OLB Mark Stapleton 6-5 238 R Air Force [Coverage] 67 - Falcons: 2 years OLB Paul Suarez 6-3 224 R Air Force [Coverage] 66 - Broncos: 1 year CB Ronnie Peters 5-11 185 R Washington [Zone Coverage] 70 - Giants: 2 years CB Sean Benson 5-10 178 R Georgia Tech [Zone Coverage] 70 - Cardinals: 2 years CB Javier Wiggins 6-0 177 R Nebraska [Zone Coverage] 69 - Colts: 2 years CB James Ortiz 5-10 195 R Kentucky [Man Coverage] 68 - Ravens: 1 year FS Curtis Benton 5-11 183 R Marshall [Zone Coverage] 67 - Ravens: 1 year SS Harold Lange 6-0 205 R Kansas [Man Coverage] 72 - Texans: 2 years SS James Reyes 6-1 195 R Purdue [Man Coverage] 70 - Panthers: 1 year SS Devin McCauley 6-3 194 R Arizona [Man Coverage] 69 - Titans: 2 years SS Perry Lee 6-1 192 R Minnesota [Zone Coverage] 67 - Broncos: 1 year SS Mordechai Hutchison 5-10 181 R Central Michigan [Zone Coverage] 67 - Giants: 2 years K Thomas McMahan 6-2 203 R Oregon [Power] 77 - Redskins: 2 years K Ilan Youngblood 5-10 160 R Maryland [Accuracy] 75 - Bills: 1 year K Eric Graves 6-0 154 R Iowa State [Accuracy] 74 - Bills: 1 year K Sean Doty 6-3 184 R Wisconsin [Accuracy] 70 - Titans: 2 years K Jack Dunham 6-8 197 R Georgia [Power] 68 - Falcons: 2 years P Carson Washington 6-1 175 R Southern Utah [Accuracy] 78 - Panthers: 1 year Remaining FAs: QB Henry Crain 6-3 203 R Arizona [Scrambling] 71 QB Julius Thomas 6-3 212 R Tennessee [Scrambling] 71 QB Tom Stacy 5-11 216 R New Mexico [Pocket] 70 QB John Varela 6-2 212 R BYU [Pocket] 69 QB Clifford Wilcox 6-1 208 R Iowa State [Scrambling] 68 QB D.K. Bates 6-1 209 R Notre Dame [Scrambling] 68 QB Nathan Burden 6-2 201 R TCU [Pocket] 67 QB James Jordan 6-3 209 R Georgia State [Pocket] 67 RB William Carlson 5-11 192 R Illinois [Speed] 69 RB Chase Dillard 5-9 175 R Alabama [Speed] 69 RB Frank Osborn 5-7 184 R Stanford [Speed] 68 RB Rodrigo Rogers 5-11 204 R Pittsburgh [Speed] 68 RB Charles Perkins 5-7 201 R Washington [Power] 68 RB Randy Martin 5-8 200 R Michigan State [Speed] 68 RB Stephen Waters 5-7 198 R Vanderbilt [Power] 68 RB Elias Butler 5-7 220 R Texas A&M [Power] 67 RB Charles Parker 5-11 185 R Arizona State [Speed] 66 RB Willie Lopez 5-11 199 R Virginia Tech [Speed] 65 FB John Hernandez 6-2 254 R Kentucky [Run Blocking] 75 FB Jaylen Collins 6-1 249 R Rice [Run Blocking] 74 FB Ethan Guthrie 5-10 259 R New Mexico [Run Blocking] 73 FB Mohammed Lackey 5-8 217 R Eastern Michigan [Pass Blocking] 73 FB Andrew Courtney 6-1 253 R Kansas [Run Blocking] 71 FB Jose Schmidt 6-2 212 R California [Pass Blocking] 68 FB Timothy Flores 6-0 211 R Wisconsin [Pass Blocking] 68 FB Mayer Dangelo 6-1 230 R Colorado State [Run Blocking] 67 FB Gabriel Fields 5-10 226 R UCF [Pass Blocking] 67 FB Carter Payne 6-0 255 R Navy [Speed] 66 WR Evan Medley 6-1 197 R North Carolina [Target] 74 WR Michael Allen 6-2 214 R Wisconsin [Target] 74 WR Alex Kauffman 6-4 232 R Arkansas [Target] 70 WR Darius Goode 6-5 232 R Nevada [Target] 69 WR Amadou Chambers 6-2 160 R Iowa [Speed] 69 WR Trung Vu 6-2 201 R Marshall [Target] 69 WR James Jones 5-10 162 R Arizona [Speed] 68 WR Michael Hall 6-3 218 R Penn State [Target] 68 WR James Montgomery 6-1 161 R Florida State [Speed] 68 WR Peter Marsh 6-4 215 R SMU [Target] 67 WR David Edwards 6-1 182 R FAU [Speed] 67 WR Robert Santiago 6-0 163 R Kentucky [Speed] 67 WR Willy Jarvis 6-0 203 R Arkansas [Target] 67 WR Travian Sanders 6-0 180 R Chattanooga [Speed] 66 WR Andres Jenkins 5-9 163 R Georgia [Speed] 66 TE Gary Hill 6-5 258 R USC [Receiving] 70 TE Gerardo Walden 6-2 267 R Michigan [Blocking] 70 TE Frank Goff 6-4 231 R Tulsa [Blocking] 69 TE Kenneth Crenshaw 6-2 223 R ECU [Blocking] 68 TE Martin Flores 6-4 247 R Florida State [Blocking] 68 TE Joseph Counts 6-2 232 R Memphis [Receiving] 68 TE Sheldon Morrison 6-4 231 R McNeese [Blocking] 68 TE Samuel Summers 6-6 225 R Boise State [Receiving] 67 TE Charles Self 6-4 250 R Tennessee [Receiving] 67 TE Robert Kelley 6-4 261 R Penn State [Blocking] 67 TE Jack Whiting 6-3 217 R Texas A&M [Blocking] 67 TE Maurice Malone 6-5 210 R Syracuse [Blocking] 66 TE Eddie Wooten 6-2 206 R North Carolina [Receiving] 66 TE William Johnson 6-2 257 R Stanford [Blocking] 65 TE Arturo Barrios 6-2 218 R Buffalo [Blocking] 65 OT Johnathan Wagner 6-3 285 R Illinois State [Pass Blocking] 70 OT Sam Williams 6-3 278 R Missouri [Run Blocking] 69 OT George Thompson 6-6 269 R Miami [Run Blocking] 69 OT Nathaniel Chatman 6-2 269 R ECU [Run Blocking] 69 OT Jessie Kendrick 6-8 322 R Clemson [Run Blocking] 69 OT Elijah Dillard 6-6 305 R Washington State [Run Blocking] 69 OT Walter Murphy 6-6 257 R Texas Tech [Pass Blocking] 69 OT Miguel Campbell 6-7 304 R Vanderbilt [Run Blocking] 68 OT James Jones 6-3 272 R Washington State [Pass Blocking] 68 OT Clint Smith 6-3 284 R Arizona [Run Blocking] 68 OT Donald Nichols 6-3 320 R Virginia [Run Blocking] 67 OT Ronnie Haley 6-4 289 R Connecticut [Run Blocking] 67 OT William Rose 6-7 311 R Georgia [Run Blocking] 67 OT Victor Rivera 6-2 283 R Arizona [Run Blocking] 66 OT Giuseppe Hein 6-1 322 R ECU [Run Blocking] 66 OT Frank Walters 6-2 274 R Marist [Run Blocking] 66 OT Ernest Duff 6-4 283 R Texas [Pass Blocking] 66 OT Jeremiah Caldwell 6-6 329 R Georgia State [Pass Blocking] 65 OG Nelson Portillo 6-5 295 R Rutgers [Pass Blocking] 73 OG Nicholas Quick 6-6 260 R Clemson [Pass Blocking] 71 OG Daniel Collins 6-4 295 R Michigan [Pass Blocking] 68 OG Kyler Jordan 6-5 299 R Dayton [Pass Blocking] 67 OG Finn Nadeau 6-4 264 R Purdue [Run Blocking] 66 OG Zane Whaley 6-3 288 R North Carolina [Pass Blocking] 66 OG Chris White 6-6 307 R Portland State [Run Blocking] 66 OG Daniel Lujan 6-6 272 R Georgia Tech [Pass Blocking] 66 OG Harrison Titus 6-4 292 R USC [Pass Blocking] 65 OG Tobias Watkins 6-7 264 R Indiana [Run Blocking] 65 OG Nick Reynolds 6-6 318 R New Hampshire [Run Blocking] 65 OG William Sloan 6-5 261 R Illinois [Run Blocking] 65 OG Ahmed Dupree 6-5 265 R Texas A&M [Pass Blocking] 65 C Sailo Sofara 6-1 281 R BYU [Run Blocking] 69 C David Greene 6-2 279 R Hawaii [Pass Blocking] 68 C Felton Cannon 6-2 278 R Vanderbilt [Pass Blocking] 68 C Randolph Bartlett 6-4 261 R Minnesota [Run Blocking] 67 C Howard Davies 6-1 289 R Clemson [Pass Blocking] 66 C James Snyder 6-3 252 R Iowa [Run Blocking] 65 DE Samir Dixon 5-10 253 R Stanford [Blitz] 69 DE Timothy Heller 6-1 253 R Indiana [Blitz] 68 DE Derrick Woodward 6-2 245 R Iowa [Contain] 68 DE Donald Gordon 6-3 245 R Arizona [Contain] 67 DE Brayden Whitten 5-11 236 R Rice [Blitz] 67 DE Russell Dietrich 6-2 262 R Utah [Contain] 67 DE George Smith 6-2 254 R Iowa [Contain] 67 DE Darwin Zavala 6-1 259 R Connecticut [Contain] 66 DE Russell Greer 6-1 262 R Oklahoma [Contain] 66 DE Albert Alvarado 6-2 248 R Alabama [Blitz] 66 DE Bryce Littlejohn 6-0 244 R Kentucky [Contain] 66 DE Richard Hebert 73 249 R Ohio State [Blitz] 65 DE Declan Culver 6-0 256 R Boise State [Contain] 65 DE George Pacheco 6-2 244 R Miami [Blitz] 65 DE Greg Lambert 6-3 255 R Georgia [Contain] 65 DT William Arnold 6-2 316 R Arizona [2-Gap] 68 DT Keith Smith 6-3 303 R Colorado State [Contain] 68 DT Gary Trujillo 6-2 295 R Iowa [2-Gap] 68 DT Jude Ferry 6-2 314 R Vanderbilt [1-Gap] 68 DT Robert Burnham 6-7 304 R Oregon State [2-Gap] 67 DT William Long 6-3 308 R Texas [2-Gap] 67 DT Eric Brown 6-4 300 R Southern Miss [1-Gap] 66 DT Richard Self 6-2 326 R Alabama [2-Gap] 66 DT Gonzalo Taylor 6-3 315 R Texas [1-Gap] 66 DT William Smith 6-6 287 R Nebraska [1-Gap] 65 DT Albert London 6-5 328 R Eastern Kentucky [2-Gap] 65 DT David Jackson 6-5 296 R Oklahoma [2-Gap] 65 ILB Joseph Powell 6-4 226 R Iowa [Mike] 69 ILB George Stevens 6-3 238 R TCU [Will] 68 ILB Frank McPherson 6-3 239 R Arizona State [Will] 68 ILB Roger Herndon 6-1 226 R Notre Dame [Will] 68 ILB Devin Aguilar 6-2 237 R Georgia Tech [Mike] 67 ILB Jonathan Hansen 6-1 231 R Houston [Will] 67 ILB Ronald Guerrero 6-2 223 v [Mike] 67 ILB Luke Barker 5-11 241 R Baylor [Will] 67 ILB Kevin Hanley 6-1 216 R Tulane [Will] 66 ILB Ray Anderson 6-1 248 R TCU [Mike] 66 ILB Clifton McLean 6-3 236 R Colorado State [Will] 65 ILB William Smith 6-4 244 R Texas [Will] 64 OLB Gregory Jenkins 6-4 232 R Temple [Coverage] 69 OLB Edward Harris 6-0 225 R Penn State [Coverage] 68 OLB Robert Hernandez 6-4 242 R LSU [Blitz] 67 OLB John Cook 6-3 240 R Nebraska [Blitz] 66 OLB James Rogers 6-2 223 R Nebraska [Blitz] 66 OLB Keith Figueroa 6-4 239 R Miami [Blitz] 66 OLB Ronald Gleason 5-11 222 R Arizona [Blitz] 65 OLB Stephen Carpenter 6-1 223 R Kentucky [Blitz] 65 CB Joey Bonner 5-10 175 R UCLA [Man Coverage] 68 CB David Gonzalez 6-0 191 R Arizona [Man Coverage] 68 CB Robert Mann 6-0 172 R Boston College [Zone Coverage] 68 CB Ernie Urban 5-11 173 R Wisconsin [Zone Coverage] 68 CB Derrick Cooke 5-11 175 R Iowa [Man Coverage] 68 CB Jack Weisensee 6-0 167 R West Virginia [Man Coverage] 68 CB Richard Benjamin 6-1 195 R Ohio [Man Coverage] 68 CB Gary Lee 6-2 188 R TCU [Zone Coverage] 68 CB Javontae Goodson 5-10 195 R Montana [Man Coverage] 67 CB Kristian Calhoun 6-0 191 R Utah [Man Coverage] 67 CB Benjamin McNeil 6-1 167 R Florida State [Man Coverage] 67 CB Thomas Brown 6-0 190 R Purdue [Man Coverage] 67 CB Richard Brown 5-10 201 R Oklahoma [Man Coverage] 67 CB Scott Tran 6-0 176 R Georgia [Zone Coverage] 67 CB William Hernandez 6-2 166 R Minnesota [Man Coverage] 66 CB DeAndre Bynum 6-1 194 R Hawaii [Zone Coverage] 65 CB Wilbur Ellis 5-9 187 R Texas Tech [Zone Coverage] 65 FS David Porter 5-9 178 R Louisiana Tech [Zone Coverage] 71 FS John Clement 6-1 208 R Washington State [Man Coverage] 69 FS Austin Maynard 6-1 215 R North Carolina [Man Coverage] 68 FS Aiden Brantley 6-1 207 R Rutgers [Zone Coverage] 68 FS Javier Sewell 5-10 213 R Tulsa [Zone Coverage] 68 FS Joseph Gamble 5-11 197 R Oregon State [Zone Coverage] 68 FS Logan Ritter 6-2 205 R San Jose State [Zone Coverage] 67 FS Jeffrey Heck 6-1 203 R Memphis [Man Coverage] 66 FS Christopher Figueroa 6-3 199 R Kansas State [Man Coverage] 65 FS Alexander Tracy 5-11 205 R Hawaii [Zone Coverage] 65 SS Sam Bowers 6-0 196 R Michigan [Man Coverage] 71 SS Christopher Williams 5-11 184 R Florida State [Zone Coverage] 70 SS Alan Anderson 5-9 177 R Fresno State [Zone Coverage] 69 SS Matthew Nelson 5-11 192 R San Diego State [Man Coverage] 69 SS Marc Wynn 6-0 193 R Penn State [Zone Coverage] 68 SS Harold Farrell 6-1 164 R Ball State [Zone Coverage] 68 SS Marquise Davis 6-1 194 R South Dakota [Zone Coverage] 67 SS Roberto Ramos 6-1 181 R Colorado [Zone Coverage] 67 SS James Larsen 6-1 197 R Utah [Man Coverage] 67 SS Tyler Davis 6-1 198 R Boston College [Zone Coverage] 67 SS Javon Fair 6-1 181 R Ohio State [Man Coverage] 67 SS Johnathan Lawrence 6-2 188 R Hawaii [Zone Coverage] 67 SS James Sanchez 5-10 174 R Hawaii [Zone Coverage] 66 SS Stephone Lewis 5-11 209 R Samford [Zone Coverage] 66 SS Ashton Best 5-11 217 R ECU [Man Coverage] 66 SS Joel Murray 6-0 203 R Missouri [Man Coverage] 66 K Riley McNeil 6-2 183 R Northwestern State [Accuracy] 75 K Abraham Pierce 5-7 192 R Connecticut [Power] 69 K Clyde Smith 5-8 207 R Georgia Tech [Power] 67 K Nicholas McMahon 6-4 207 R Charlotte [Power] 67 P Ajani Garner 5-7 184 R Florida [Accuracy] 68 P Elliot Beatty 6-4 178 R Stanford [Power] 68 P Drew Goetz 5-8 193 R Arizona State [Power] 67 P Lucas Rodriguez 5-10 155 R Middle Tennessee [Accuracy] 67 P Erik May 6-4 178 R Mississippi State [Power] 67 P Bill Sheehan 5-10 201 R Texas Tech [Power] 66 P Amir Johns 6-0 178 R BYU [Accuracy] 65 P Dovid Gunter 5-11 177 R Northern Illinois [Accuracy] 65 P Howard Lowe 5-9 163 R Florida State [Accuracy] 64
  4. Arizona Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Baltimore Ravens Buffalo Bills - DID NOT PROPERLY DESIGNATE CONTRACT TYPES, HAD TO REDO Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears Cincinnati Bengals - Didn't post totals for half their players in the contract details and didn't detail the transition tag breakdown. Spacing wrong. Cleveland Browns - PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS, DO NOT USE =, DESIGNATE EXTENSION CONTRACTS AND USE PROPER SPACING. MIKE CAVANAUGH TOTALLY MISSING TOTAL LINE - ENTIRELY RETYPED Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos Detroit Lions - DO NOT copy player lines from somewhere without fixing the background color, this is how errors crop up in future free agency things. Please fix this kind of shit it really bothers me. Also spacing errors with the Old Contracts that had to be manually fixed. Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots - same shit as the lions above, fix the background if you're going to copy from elsewhere or you will be punished next time New Orleans Saints New York Jets - spacing errors, not fixing in copied post took a while to fix to parse New York Giants - Spacing errors with the Old Contract line, required manual fixing. Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers San Diego Chargers San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Los Angeles Rams - topic title wrong, same player line issue as Detroit/New England, read their warnings. Also improper spacing that wasnt fixed in this post but had to be manually fixed. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tennessee Titans Washington Redskins Players heading to Free Agency
  5. QB: Brian Brown, MIA RB: Akili Wallace, ATL FB: Donnie Hubbert, CAR WR1: Gary Faneca, SEA WR2: Mosi Bartos, IND TE: Scott Howard, SD FLEX (WR/TE/RB/FB): Sean Jenkins, NO LT: Tron Moses, CAR LG: David Wilson, OAK C: LaMarcus Smith, LA RG: Joe Farmer, NYJ RT: Ryan Robinson, NYG EDGE (3-4 OLB / 4-3 DE): Alvis Brumm, NYJ EDGE: Ryan Frey, PHI INT DL (4-3 DT, 3-4 DE, NT): Quentin Smith, IND INT DL: Fred Romanowski, WAS LB1: Rodrick Milligan, PHI LB2: Daleroy Smart, SF LB3: Andre Brooks, DET CB1: Justin Davis, MIA CB2: David Wilburn, ATL FS: Darius Jones, ATL SS: Dane Wilson, PIT DB (Slot defender): Laurent Christensen, MIA K: Jarret Veals, TB P: Forest Garrett, TB KR: Christopher Johnson, PHI PR: Ben Offerdahl, KC ST: Mike Robinson, SF
  6. Most Valuable Player Offensive Player of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Coach of the Year Executive of the Year Offensive Rookie of the Year Defensive Rookie of the Year Comeback Player of the Year Pepsi Rookie of the Year Walter Payton Man of the Year
  7. NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press has revamped the roster for its All-Pro team, beginning this season. In an effort to more accurately reflect the way teams deploy their players, the AP and its panel of 50 sports writers and broadcasters who regularly cover the NFL have made adjustments on offense, defense and special teams. On offense, linemen will now be voted for by specific position: left tackle, left guard, etc. There will be only one running back on the All-Pro team, but we are adding a flex player (running back, fullback, tight end or wide receiver, voter's choice). The flex player is designed to recognize the frequency of three receiver sets or the use of two tight ends. On defense, the AP is adding a defensive back (DB) designation for the secondary. This is to recognize the importance of the slot cornerback in today's defenses. The DB can be a safety or a cornerback; the idea is to reward defensive backs who cover slot receivers. We also are changing the listing of positions on the front seven to two edge rushers (basically 4-3 defensive ends and 3-4 outside linebackers), two interior defensive linemen (basically 3-4 DEs, nose tackles and 4-3 defensive tackles), and three linebackers. On special teams, a punt returner and a special teams player (non-returners) have been added to kickoff returner, placekicker and punter.
  8. Please vote here. Take the time to read how many players you should be selecting. Any ballots that don't have the correct number in each category will be thrown out. You must be signed in to vote, and you can re-cast your ballot if you change your mind until the end of the season.
  9. NOTE: Added demands of players. Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills - WRONG TITLE FOR THREAD New England Patriots New York Jets Baltimore Ravens - WRONG TITLE FOR THREAD Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Browns Houston Texans Tennessee Titans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos - WRONG TITLE FOR THREAD San Diego Chargers - WEIRD ASS FORMATTING THAT TOOK 5 MINUTES TO FIX Kansas City Chiefs Dallas Cowboys Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints Arizona Cardinals Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams
  10. Trading deadline: Wednesday, August 31st 2016 at 11:59pm.

  11. Section C - Schedules Preseason Preseason games are exhibition games and will not count towards regular season totals. Teams do not focus on winning games, but rather they are used to evaluate teams. Each team will play two Preseason Games and the team owners may choose their opponents for these games. Regular Season The Regular Season will be 17 weeks. Teams will play 16 Games in this time. Every Team will have one BYE week at some point during the season. Every team plays six games against the other three teams in its division, facing off twice per season — once at home and once on the road. Every team plays one game against each of the four teams from a division within its conference — two games at home and two on the road. Which division a team plays is determined by a rotation system ensuring that the teams in one division will play the teams in every other division in its conference once every three years. Every team plays one game against each of the four teams from a division in the other conference once per season — two games at home and two on the road. These matchups are also determined by a rotation, which ensures that all teams play every team from every division in the other conference once every four years. Every team plays its remaining two games against teams from the two remaining divisions in its own conference — one game at home and the other on the road. The matchups are determined by where the teams finished in their divisions in the previous season. For example, a team that finished the previous year in third place in its division will play the third-place teams from the two other divisions in its conference. Teams that failed to make the playoffs in the previous season are allowed to apply to give up one home game in exchange for the right to host a game in London or another predetermined site (e.g., Mexico City). Roughly halfway through the regular season, trades for players will no longer be allowed. Around the same time as the trade deadline, teams are allowed to offer contract extensions to players that are currently in the final year of their contract. The same rules apply here as the off-season re-signing period. Postseason The 4 division champions from each conference (the team in each division with the best overall record), which are seeded 1 through 4 based on their overall won-lost-tied record. Two wild-card qualifiers from each conference (the two teams with the best overall records of all remaining teams in the conference), which are seeded 5 and 6. Wild Card Week: 3 hosts 6, 4 hosts 5. Divisional Week: 1 hosts Lowest WC Winner, 2 hosts Highest WC Winner Conference Week: Highest Seed hosts Lowest Seed Super Bowl: AFC Champion plays NFC Champion at a predetermined neutral site. Offseason Shortly after the Super Bowl, trading for players is once again allowed. All teams players will be progressed for the new season. Players may also announce their retirement during this time. Teams will be allowed to make contract offers to their current free agents, as well as offer extensions to players on their roster. This is a one shot deal. Once your GM posts the offers, they are considered final. Players that reject a new contract will become free agents. The Draft will take place during the off-season. All 4.0 skill seniors, early declarations, and 4.0 skill JUCOs who did not end up on a college team will be eligible for the draft. The NFL Combine invites all of the draft eligible college players rated 77 or higher to compete in various drills such as the 40 yard dash, bench press, broad jump, etc. These results, as well as Pro Day scouting reports, are released prior to the draft. Immediately after the draft, players that went undrafted may be bid on with a point system. Each team has 50 points and may select up to 10 undrafted players to bid on. The team with the most points bid on a player will sign him to a minimum contract. Further details can be read here. After the draft, all team pages and cap sheets must be updated by a specific posted deadline. Section D - Salaries & Contracts Salary Cap The salary cap is the maximum amount of money a team may spend on players during the season. There is no salary floor, and any cap room left over at the end of a season does not carry over to the next year. Exceeding the salary cap at any point during the season will result in large penalties, as it is one of the most serious offenses a team can make. Exceeding the salary cap temporarily during the off-season is acceptable but there will be a deadline when everyone must be under it. The current salary cap for the 2019 season is $137.5 million. It will be increasing again to $145 million in 2020. Salary cap changes based on league revenue, and changes are typically announced during the off-season. Cap sheets will be audited by the league commissioner prior to the season beginning, and randomly during the season. If any errors are found, punishments may be dealt out. Severity of the punishment will depend on the severity of the error. Tags There are two types of tags that may be placed on a player during the re-signing period. Each team may only use one of these per season, and once a player has had one of the tags used on them, they may not have the tag used on them again as long as they remain on that team. Franchise Tag A franchise tagged player signs a 1 year contract at a salary equivalent to the highest they’ve been paid in a season during their current contract + 30% A team cannot franchise tag a player multiple times. The limit is 1. A franchise tagged player cannot be traded or cut for that season. A franchise tagged player will be slightly less likely to resign with the team the next cycle. Transition Tag A transition tagged player signs a 1 year contract at a salary equivalent to the highest they’ve been paid in a season during their contract + 10%. A team cannot transition tag a player multiple times. The limit is 1. Any team can sign them away (first dibs) but must provide their nearest two 1st round picks as compensation to do so. A transition tagged player is not impacted in likeliness to resign. Draft Salaries (Rookie Contracts) All picks will have 4 year contracts with a 5th year option being available for players picked in the 1st round. 5th year options work similar to a franchise tag, in that the player cannot refuse it, but their salary goes up depending on position for that year. 5th year options must be decided on by the end of the players 3rd season. The value of the 5th year option will be the “Above average starter” value for the players position from this table: If the player is already making more than that, then they will get their current salary + 15% for the 5th year. Players that are drafted in the 5th, 6th and 7th round have non-guaranteed contracts. This means they may be cut at any point prior to the start of the regular season without penalty. If you cut a player with non-guaranteed contract mid season, they take the normal cap hit penalty for the current year, and no penalty for remaining years after that. All UDFAs signed during the UDFA bidding process will also have non-guaranteed contracts. 1st Overall Pick: 4 years, 24 million + 5th year option 2nd - 5th Overall Pick: 4 years, 22 million + 5th year option 6th - 10th Overall Pick: 4 years, 18 million + 5th year option 11th - 16th Overall Pick: 4 years, 16 million + 5th year option 17th - 32nd Overall Pick: 4 years, 14 million + 5th year option 2nd Round Pick: 4 years, 9 million 3rd Round Pick: 4 years, 7 million 4th Round Pick: 4 years, 5 million 5th Round Pick: 4 years, 4 million - NON GUARANTEED 6th Round Pick: 4 years, 3 million - NON GUARANTEED 7th Round Pick: 4 years, 2 million - NON GUARANTEED For accounting purposes, here are the previous years' rookie contracts:

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