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Congratulations to the 2018 League Champion

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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

  • 2/21, 4:12 pm
    • The Broncos will let Peko head...

      The Broncos will let Peko head to free agency, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

      Analysis: Peko logged just 31 tackles (20 solo) and a half-sack with the Broncos last season and, despite noting his desire to re-sign with the club, the veteran will likely head elsewhere this offseason. At the very least, Peko's durability, with him having played 16 games in all but two seasons, shouldn't be a concern for teams interested in his services.

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  • 2/21, 12:53 pm
    • Lawrence (shoulder) is unwilling to sign...

      Lawrence (shoulder) is unwilling to sign a second consecutive franchise tender, Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Lawrence followed up a blow-up 2017 season with another quality effort in 2018 and has ultimately totaled 25 sacks over the past two years. Also proving durable after logging full, 16-game schedules in three of his past four campaigns, Lawrence will be among the hottest commodities of the 2019 offseason if he's allowed to hit the open market.

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  • 2/21, 12:39 pm
    • Coleman is being released by the...

      Coleman is being released by the Saints, Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Coleman was due over $5 million in 2019, which is a tad high for a 30-year-old backup safety. The Ohio State product could still serve as serviceable depth somewhere else around the league, though, just at a lower price tag.

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  • 2/21, 12:31 pm
    • Johnson is expected to be a...

      Johnson is expected to be a featured player in 2019 under new offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, Will Burchfield of 97.1 FM The Ticket reports. "[Johnson] is a guy that's talented in the running game, but I'm also excited to see some of things I've heard about, his ability in the passing game -- which I think can really be a bonus for our offense," Bevell recently said.

      Analysis: The 2018 second-rounder was slowly brought along as the lead runner in the Lions backfield his rookie year, to the point where Johnson was seeing roughly 18 touches per game before going down with a minor knee sprain in Week 11. That respectable level of involvement could reasonably be viewed as the Auburn product's floor entering the 2019 season given Detroit's stated intent on moving to a more run-based, clock-controlling offensive system under Bevell. How effective that system will be greatly depends on the degree to which quarterback Matthew Stafford bounces back, but Johnson could be primed for a workhorse role regardless.

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  • 2/21, 12:19 pm
    • Liuget hinted in an interview with...

      Liuget hinted in an interview with Kirk Morrison on SiriusXM Radio he's about "80-90 percent" recovered from a torn quadriceps injury that required surgery in November.

      Analysis: Liuget technically is a free agent given the Chargers declined his $8 million team option last week, but the veteran defensive tackle did mention he'd be open to returning to the team should it be interested. After recording 21 sacks in his first five seasons with the club, Liuget has struggled to stay on the field, picking up just three sacks in 34 subsequent games, and will likely struggle to command a top-dollar deal given his age (he'll soon be 29) and recent injury history.

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