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  • Weekly opponent match-ups in your league
  • Real-time stats updates on all teams in your league
  • Weekly standings and Top 100 reports
  • 32-team leagues, 8 four-team divisions
  • Seventeen regular season weeks, Four playoff weeks
  • Free Buddy League option
  • CASH paid out to the top teams in each 32 team league!

Win Big Money

PRIZES
$400 in League Winner Cash
Over $250,000 Paid Last Season!
1st Place $25,000
2nd $5,000
3rd $2,000
4th $1,000

Easy to Play

  • Ten player/team positions, one flex position
  • Use your $100 million salary cap to build your team
  • Integrated up-to-the minute player and injury news
  • Online or toll-free phone trades

Entry Options

Starter Package Entry for $9.95 includes:
Online Gamebook, Premium Internet Reports

Complete Package Entry for $19.95 includes:
Online Gamebook, Premium Internet Reports, In-Game Stats and one Full-Team Trade Certificate

High Stakes Package Entry for $200 includes:
High Stakes league prizes, Online Gamebook and Premium Internet Reports, In-Game Stats and one Full-Team Trade Certificate

Player News

The Jets have exercised the fifth-year option on Muhammad Wilkerson's rookie contract at $6.969 million, the NY Daily News reports.
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Rolando McClain was reinstated from the NFL's reserve-retired list on Thursday, The Baltimore Sun reports.
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Malcom Floyd (neck) seems very optimistic about his chances to play in 2014, though he has not yet been medically cleared to return to 100 percent normal activity, the Chargers' Official Website reports.
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Russell Allen (concussion) has been released by the Jaguars, the team's official site reports. Meanwhile, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union indicates that Allen failed a physical with the team before his release.
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Chris Johnson, who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery back in January to repair a meniscus tear, indicated Thursday that there are no signs of arthritis in his knee, the Daily News reports. "No, that's not accurate," said Johnson, who signed with the Jets on Wednesday. "I'm pretty sure if they had major concerns of my knee or whatever, pretty sure I wouldn't have passed the physical."
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While ESPN's Adam Schefter suggests that the Jets have some concerns about the condition of Chris Johnson's knee, said concerns were evidently not serious enough to deter the team from inking the running back to a two-year deal.
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