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  • 1st Place
    Big NastiesChrisReg. Season: 11-4-0, 2,339.00 Points For
  • 2nd Place
    explorersshirleyReg. Season: 11-4-0, 2,161.00 Points For
  • 3rd Place
    Ninja WarriorsZemechaReg. Season: 10-5-0, 1,996.00 Points For
  • 4th Place

League Player News

  • 1/23, 8:10 am
    • Williams was arrested early Wednesday on...

      Williams was arrested early Wednesday on counts of drunken and careless driving, Ramon Antonio Vargas of The New Orleans Advocate reports.

      Analysis: Williams had a couple incidents involving suspicion of drunken/reckless driving during his time at Florida State, but he never faced any criminal charges. The 2015 third-round pick filled in as the Saints' nickelback in 2018 after Patrick Robinson suffered a season-ending ankle injury Sept. 23.

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  • 1/23, 6:55 am
    • Fitzgerald plans to re-sign with the...

      Fitzgerald plans to re-sign with the Cardinals on a one-year contract, Darren Urban of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: Fitzgerald will return for at least one more season to work with second-year quarterback Josh Rosen and new head coach Kliff Kingsbury. The veteran is coming off a career-low 734 yards in his age-35 campaign, though he still led Arizona in every major receiving category. Armed with cap space as well as the first pick in each round of the upcoming draft, the Cardinals surely will prioritize upgrades on their dreadful offensive line to give Rosen, Fitzgerald, David Johnson and Christian Kirk (foot) a better chance at success under the new coaching staff. Kingsbury was known for his pass-heavy Air Raid offenses at Texas Tech and likely will install a scheme that's more aggressive than what the Cardinals ran under Mike McCoy and Byron Leftwich in 2018. There's legitimate hope for a rebound for Fitzgerald, considering he's already proven himself capable of beating defenses without the help of high-end foot speed. He had three consecutive seasons with triple-digit receptions and more than 1,000 yards from 2015 to 2017.

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  • 1/23, 6:43 am
    • Beasley indicated Tuesday via his personal...

      Beasley indicated Tuesday via his personal Twitter account that he will prioritize utilization over money when evaluating the market for his services this offseason, The Dallas Morning News reports.

      Analysis: Beasley suggested that he's open to re-signing with the Cowboys, despite asserting that the team's front office pressures the coaching staff to throw the ball to certain players. He specified that he'd like to see 5-to-8 targets per game instead of three or four, but he passed on an opportunity to place blame on recently fired offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. The 29-year-old seems to be referring to his minimal workload in the playoffs, considering he finished the regular season with his second-best marks for receptions (65), yards (672) and targets (87). The latter number works out to 5.4 per game, landing on the low end of the aforementioned range. Slated to become an unrestricted free agent after playing out the entirety of a four-year, $13.6 million contract, Beasley conceivably could see a few additional targets in a pass-happy offense, but it's hard to imagine any team viewing him as more than a secondary or tertiary option.

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  • 1/22, 8:43 pm
    • Jacobs (quadriceps) had 21 tackles (16...

      Jacobs (quadriceps) had 21 tackles (16 solo) in 12 games during the 2018 season.

      Analysis: Jacobs landed on injured reserve after suffering the quad injury in early December, but before that had made three starts. That being said, the rookie seventh-round pick saw more than 20 defensive snaps only once, as he served in more of a rotational role even when starting. Still, it was a solid debut season considering his draft position, while the 23-year-old now enters his first full offseason in the league.

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  • 1/22, 8:13 pm
    • DeLuca had 12 tackles (10 solo),...

      DeLuca had 12 tackles (10 solo), one sack and one forced fumble in nine games this season.

      Analysis: DeLuca was promoted from the Jaguars' practice squad in October and actually received a couple starts toward the end of the season, though he saw only 46 defensive snaps between those two games. Still, it was a solid rookie campaign after he went undrafted out of North Dakota State last spring, as he's likely to push for a rotational role in 2019.

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