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College Salary Cap

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  • Win the $5,000 Grand Prize, $400 in League Cash
  • You're the coach with a $100 million salary cap
  • Weekly match-ups make for exciting competition
  • Enter for free or upgrade for Live Stats and Trade Certificate
  • Sign up by Saturday, September 4th to play!

The Draft

  • Draft online from the comfort of your home
  • 12-team leagues - Prizes for the top teams in each league
  • $10,000 Grand Prize - all teams eligible to compete

H2H Salary Cap

  • Original Head2Head game - in our 28th season!
  • High Stakes Leagues play for $4,800 in cash
  • All leagues play for $25,000 Grand Prize
  • Flex position and Injured Player Protection to keep things fun
  • Don't miss out. Sign up by September 12th!

Playoff Salary Cap

  • Continue the excitement through the NFL playoffs
  • You're the coach with a $100 million salary cap
  • Win the $2,500 Grand Prize, $200 in League Cash
  • Compete for only $10
  • Playoffs start Saturday, Jan 9th, so don't miss out!

Pro Playoff Pick'em

  • Popular game runs during playoff postseason through the Super Bowl
  • Easy to play - pick 1 player from each of 12 groups
  • Compete for only $12.95
  • $2,000 Grand Prize, $2,500 Perfect Entry Bonus
  • Top 100 win prizes!

Turkey Bowl

  • Exciting, one-day contest, Thanksgiving Day only!
  • Compete for the $1,000 Grand Prize
  • Easy to play - pick 1 player from each of 8 groups
  • Enter for only $7.95, play with friends
  • Due to COVID-19, deadline has been extended to Wed, Dec 2nd!

Masters Challenge

  • Challenge yourself against the best of the best
  • Exclusive event matches top performers each week
  • Compete for the $2,500 Grand Prize
  • Cash Prizes for Wins AND Total Points

Touchdown Pick'em

  • Which team will score the most NFL Week #1 points?
  • Cardinals or Lions? Rams or Panthers?
  • Play Touchdown Pick'em and YOU decide!
  • FREE game - weekly and season long Prizes!

Red Zone Pick'em

  • $15 low entry price - no additional fees for the rest of the season
  • Easy to play - pick 1 player from each of 10 groups
  • Simply pick your favorite pro players each week
  • CASH prizes every week, so sign up anytime!
  • Create a buddy league and compete with your friends

College Bowl Challenge

  • Will it be Clemson or Notre Dame? How about Alabama or Oklahoma? You make the call!
  • Simply pick the winning team in 40 bowl games. No spreads! Earn one point for every correct selection
  • Win CASH prizes when you make winning picks
  • FREE to play!

Power 5 Pick'em

  • Show off your college football knowledge with Power 5 Pick'em
  • Simply pick players from the Power 5 conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC)
  • Only $15 to play, no additional fees the rest of the season!
  • CASH prizes every week, so sign up anytime!

Player News

Davante Adams and the Packers are in the early stages of discussing a contract extension, Paulina Dedaj of FOX News reports.
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Joe Mixon is pleased with the hiring of offensive line coach Frank Pollack, who previously held the same job for Cincinnati in 2018, ESPN's Ben Baby reports.
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Bears head coach Matt Nagy reiterated during a recent appearance on "The Cris Collinsworth Podcast" that Justin Fields will open the regular season as the Bears' No. 2 quarterback behind Andy Dalton, Jelani Scott of NFL.com reports. "Andy is our starter," Nagy told Collinsworth. "Again, I can't predict anything. You know how it goes. There's so many things that can happen between today and that Week 1, but Andy is our starter and Justin's our No. 2. And we're going to stick to this plan."
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Nick Chubb said Tuesday he wants to remain a member of the Browns after his rookie contract expires following the upcoming season, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. "It would mean a lot," Chubb said. "Cleveland is where I want to be. Hopefully everything can work out in that direction."
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Rashaad Penny isn't participating at mandatory minicamp this week after undergoing a cleanup procedure on his knee earlier in the offeseason, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.
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Calvin Ridley, who underwent what has been described as minor offseason foot surgery, is "pretty sure (he'll) be ready" for the start of training camp, Michael Rothstein of ESPN reports.
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