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    Thu Dec 27 8:35pm ET


    January 1st- March 31st: Rule change proposals

    April 1st-7th: Vote on rule changes

    April 25th: NFL draft

    May 5th: Cut rosters to 20

    May 12th: Deadline for Leaguesafe payment

    May 18th: USFFL rookie draft

    August 28th: 1st Blind bid waivers run (you can submit bids during the week leading up to this date)

    September 1st: Rosters cut to 25 plus IR

    September 5th: NFL season begins



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    3. Crushers - RETURNING
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    5. Great Whites - OUT
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    8. High Rollers - RETURNING
    9. Badgers - RETURNING
    10. Maulers - RETURNING


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    4. Cyclops - RETURNING
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    6. Warriors - RETURNING
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    8. Steelers - RETURNING
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    10. Grizzlies - RETURNING


    Ashland Lions
    Tue Feb 12 1:47pm ET

    Trade Block Update

    Players on the Block:

    • Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL
    • Melvin Gordon RB LAC

    Positions Needed:

    • Running Back
    • Wide Receiver
    • Tight End

    Depth is needed Willing to move my 1st as well

    Great Falls Grizzlies
    Mon Feb 11 9:36pm ET

    Your proposal is noted. We will vote on any and all proposals in April as noted in the message board post of our offseason schedule.

    Just a clarification of our current set up. Michael is correct about rule for cutting to 20 prior to the draft. We do have the ability to go over 25 after the cuts through trade and draft picks however. That way if someone has traded for more than 5 picks they can still use them. Also gives flexibility in trading.

    If the rule passes i envision that we will essentially be changing cuts from 20 to 25 heading into the draft since ppl are often over the 25 when you count their IR. Roster limits will be lifted in the offseason just as they currently are. My only other question would be if we change the cuts from 20 to 25 no IR should we shorten the draft to say 3 rounds? 4?

    Mt.Vernon Badgers
    Mon Feb 11 11:06am ET

    i know you have the right i was just responding how i to felt about it, no need to get defensive it wasn't intended as a slight toward you. I'm in 12 dynasty leagues 4 here at RT, 5 at FFPC, and 3 at leaguesafe. 2 of them have a 28 man roster the other 10 leagues have 20 to 25 man rosters. My experience with dynasty doesn't have almost all leagues with that size of a roster. i'm not totally against it just thought we were good where we are.

    Warsaw Warriors
    Mon Feb 11 12:08am ET
    We all have the right to propose rules and that’s mine. I just know almost all dynasty leagues have roster sizes of 27 and that’s even with cut downs in 12 team leagues. This one is 20 after cut downs and this is just a 10 team league pretty much. If you aren’t cool with it then it is what it is. It’s just a proposition.
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  • Player Notes
    Terrance Williams Feb 18 4:40pm ET

    The Dallas Cowboys declined the option on wide receiver Terrance Williams for the 2019 season on Monday, making him an unrestricted free agent in March, according to sources. Williams, 29, played in just three games in 2018 due to injury and a suspension and had two catches for 18 yards. He was never much of a contributor in Dallas' offense and hasn't scored a touchdown since 2016. Even if Williams latches on with another team, he's unlikely to be on the fantasy radar.

    From RotoBaller

    Robbie Gould Feb 18 4:00pm ET

    The San Francisco 49ers are expected to use the franchise tag on kicker Robbie Gould if they are unable to work out a multi-year contract extension. San Fran hasn't used the tag since 2012 with safety Dashon Goldson. The franchise tag for a kicker is expected to be around $5 million for one season. In the last two years with the Niners, Gould has made 72 of 75 field-goal tries and ranks as the second most accurate kicker in NFL history (87.745 percent) in his 14 years. Levi's Stadium isn't the easiest place to kick due to frequent wind, but Gould has plenty of experience kicking in bad conditions from his days in Chicago. With San Francisco's offense expected to improve with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running back Jerick McKinnon back healthy, Gould could be a fantasy sleeper at the position.

    From RotoBaller

    Odell Beckham Jr. Feb 18 2:03pm ET

    New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. was sought after by the New England Patriots ahead of the last season's trade deadline, according to NBC's Chris Simms, who reported New England was the team 'most aggressively pursuing' Beckham at that point of time.

    Fantasy Spin: The Patriots obviously settled on Josh Gordon, but his status is such that Beckham could easily be a target of theirs again in 2019. While Gordon may be able to return again at some point in 2019, New England knows it can't count on him for any length of time. The Patriots' biggest need may be an outside receiver, and the prospect of playing the next two to three years with Tom Brady could be too tantalizing for the team to pass up if they are willing to pay the price to get Beckham.

    Josh Rosen Feb 18 12:30pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen was "OK" after being involved in a minor car accident in Los Angeles on Saturday, and no injuries were reported. In one of the worst offenses in football in his rookie year, Rosen looked pretty bad in his 14 games played. He completed 55.2 percent of his passes for 2,278 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. His terrible offensive line didn't make it easier on him, and he dealt with a lack of weapons around him. Arizona should look to bolster their playmakers around him this season, but Rosen probably won't improve drastically overnight. Until further notice he'll be a weak QB2 with upside.

    From RotoBaller

    Jadeveon Clowney Feb 18 9:53am ET

    Houston Texans impending free-agent LB Jadeveon Clowney is unlikely to receive a long-term deal, in the opinion of MMQB's Peter King, because he's not the worker bee that some others are on defense. He's likely to receive the franchise tag.

    Dontrelle Inman Feb 17 11:03pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts impending free-agent WR Dontrelle Inman could be a fit for the Minnesota Vikings, according to Bill Barnwell of, and Barnwell believes Inman's size would add a different element to Minnesota's passing attack.

    Muhammad Wilkerson Feb 17 10:13pm ET

    Green Bay Packers impending free-agent DL Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle) could receive another 'prove-it deal' to remain with the team, according to Bill Barnwell of

    Demaryius Thomas Feb 17 9:50pm ET

    Free-agent wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was involved in a car crash near downtown Denver early Saturday, according to Denver police. Thomas' vehicle rolled over after he lost control. He and a male passenger suffered minor injuries and were taken to the hospital, while a female passenger sustained possible serious injuries that weren't life-threatening. The cause of the crash is being investigated, but it doesn't appear that drugs or alcohol played a role. Thomas was released by the Texans last Tuesday after his season ended prematurely due to a torn left Achilles. The 31-year-old had 59 catches for 677 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games with the Broncos and Texans in 2018. He's in danger of missing the start of the regular season and won't have a hot free-agent market for his services. As of now, it's looking like Thomas won't be one to draft in standard-sized leagues in 2019.

    From RotoBaller

    Rob Gronkowski Feb 17 9:40pm ET

    New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski remains non-committal about his playing future, but he has shown up to Gillette Stadium multiple times over the last couple of weeks. Gronk might just be receiving treatment for his thigh, but ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss views it as the tight end being in a good place with how the season ended. Gronkowski will be 30 if he plays in 2019, and he remains a big injury risk that looked much slower in 2018. He'd still be a TE1 if he returns for another season, but Gronk is no longer elite at a very weak position.

    From RotoBaller

    Alex Smith Feb 17 6:53pm ET

    Washington Redskins senior vice president of football operations Doug Williams said QB Alex Smith (leg) hopefully will be able to play at some point in 2019.

    Fantasy Spin: Smith suffered a serious leg injury and there is still not definite timetable for his return. The Redskins likely will add at least one more quarterback this season, but owners in all fantasy leagues probably should avoid the Redskins quarterback situation next season.

    Raheem Mostert Feb 17 6:13pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers restricted free-agent RB Raheem Mostert likely will receive a tender offer this offseason and could even receive a multi-year extension from the team.

    Alfred Morris Feb 17 6:13pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers impending free-agent Alfred Morris is not expected to re-sign with the 49ers this offseason.

    Zay Jones Feb 17 5:03pm ET

    Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones has the ability to be a slot receiver and played the position during his college career, in the opinion of's Chris Brown.

    Fantasy Spin: Jones is coming off a decent season with 652 yards and seven touchdowns. He likely will be a top-three receiver for the Bills next season and could be a late-round option in fantasy leagues.

    Dwayne Allen Feb 17 4:13pm ET

    New England Patriots impending free-agent TE Dwayne Allen could re-sign with the Patriots this offseason, but he would likely have to accept a pay cut, in the opinion of's Mike Reiss. Several people in the Patriots organization like Allen's professional approach, and he has been around Gillette Stadium over the last few weeks.

    Buster Skrine Feb 17 4:03pm ET

    New York Jets impending free-agent CB Buster Skrine appears unlikely to re-sign with the Jets this offseason since the team has CB Parry Nickerson ready to replace him at cornerback, in the opinion of the New York Post's Brian Costello.

    Steve McLendon Feb 17 4:03pm ET

    New York Jets impending free-agent DT Steve McLendon appears unlikely to re-sign with the Jets this offseason, in the opinion of the New York Post's Brian Costello.

    Ndamukong Suh Feb 17 3:53pm ET

    Los Angeles Rams impending free-agent DE Dante Fowler, DT Ndamukong Suh and S Lamarcus Joyner likely will not receive the franchise tag this offseason, in the opinion of's Mike Florio.

    Robbie Gould Feb 17 3:43pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers impending free-agent PK Robbie Gould could be an option for the franchise tag this offseason, in the opinion of's Mike Florio.

    Jordan Phillips Feb 17 3:33pm ET

    Buffalo Bills impending free-agent DT Jordan Phillips said he is having contract talks with the Bills.

    Mark Ingram Feb 17 3:33pm ET

    New Orleans Saints impending free-agent RB Mark Ingram likely will not receive the franchise tag this offseason, in the opinion of's Mike Florio.

    Fantasy Spin: The Saints likely will go with Alvin Kamara as their main running back next season and probably will be a No. 1 running back in most fantasy leagues. Ingram should receive interest from several teams during free agency and could be a No. 2 fantasy back depending on his situation.

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