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Oct 30 2017, 09:13 PM
First Name: Fudd
Last Name: Rucker
Position: OL
Jersey Number: 1
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 350lbs
Player Archetype: Run Blocker (Eg. Taylor Lewan, Zach Martin)

Player Attributes

TPE Available: 350
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 70 -> 92 (180 TPE used)
(MAX: 70) - Agility: 45 -> 60 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) - Intelligence: 60
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 70) - Speed: 40 -> 65 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 55 -> 80 (80 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Run Blocking: 75 -> 80 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1

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First Name: Malik
Last Name: McKoutchie
Position: OL
Jersey Number: 2
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 350lbs
Player Archetype: Run Blocker (Eg. Taylor Lewan, Zach Martin)

Player Attributes

TPE Available: 350
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 70 -> 92 (180 TPE used)
(MAX: 70) - Agility: 45 -> 60 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) - Intelligence: 60
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 70) - Speed: 40 -> 65 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 55 -> 80 (80 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Run Blocking: 75 -> 80 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1

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First Name: Jackmerius
Last Name: Tacktheritrix
Position: OL
Jersey Number: 3
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 350lbs
Player Archetype: Run Blocker (Eg. Taylor Lewan, Zach Martin)

Player Attributes

TPE Available: 350
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 70 -> 92 (180 TPE used)
(MAX: 70) - Agility: 45 -> 60 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) - Intelligence: 60
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 70) - Speed: 40 -> 65 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 55 -> 80 (80 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Run Blocking: 75 -> 80 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1

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First Name: D'Jasper
Last Name: Probincrux III
Position: OL
Jersey Number: 4
Height (ft.): 6'7"
Weight (lbs.): 350lbs
Player Archetype: Run Blocker (Eg. Taylor Lewan, Zach Martin)

Player Attributes

TPE Available: 350
(MAX: 100) - Strength: 70 -> 92 (180 TPE used)
(MAX: 70) - Agility: 45 -> 60 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 25) - Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) - Intelligence: 60
(MAX: 25) - Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 60) - Tackling: 35
(MAX: 70) - Speed: 40 -> 65 (40 TPE used)
(MAX: 50) - Hands: 20
(MAX: 90) - Pass Blocking: 55 -> 80 (80 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Run Blocking: 75 -> 80 (25 TPE used)
(MAX: 100) - Endurance: 60
(MAX: 25) - Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) - Kick Accuracy: 1

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Oct 12 2017, 09:14 AM
Vincent Sharpei takes a sip of his drink and steps up to the Podium..

"I know you guys have a lot of questions about the season and upcoming free agency, I've already talked to my GM and let him know I am opting out of my player contract. Feel free to ask me anything about the upcoming free agency."

Do you have an idea of your top destinations?
Right now I have no idea where I am going. I am going to do some soul searching this off season, and I am hoping to get eight offers on the table when Free Agency hits. I have no preferences on where to go, I just want to build with a team and feel the need and want.

Follow up, What team could you make the biggest difference on?
I believe that any team I go to I can have an immediate impact on. Everybody needs Offensive Linemen. The team I could probably make the biggest difference on would have to be Colorado or Las Vegas. I could anchor those lines for years to come.

Why did you decide to leave?
As I stated in the first question, I wouldn’t really consider it leaving. San Jose has a fair shot just like everybody else as to where I am going. I want to gauge the interest in my abilities from other teams and want to be able to get a feel for where I am most needed.

Does the Outlaws dominance have anything to do with this?
What dominance? Just Kidding, but really, no I don’t believe it does. I just want to spread my wings and go and test the waters, see where life will bring me.

So you're stepping down as co-GM? Why is that?
I mean, if I sign somewhere else then yes I am. I feel that I have brought a lot to San Jose, and I want to see if there are other places that could use me, and want to use me to the best of my abilities. I want to bring that A factor to a team and help change them around.

What are you looking for the most in potential teams? Money, locker room, being contenders, etc.?
Money is always a nice thing to have, but I wouldn’t say I’m chasing it. I mean a nice hefty contract always looks good don’t get me wrong. What I really want is a chance at being a contender and some locker room activity that will make other teams quiver in their boots. I want to build up a family where ever I go
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Why is coffee such a great ice cream flavor?
You disgust me. Coffee is a horrible ice cream flavor. The one true ice cream flavor is Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.

What does San Jose have to do to court you back?
San Jose has to make a splash this off season. Through free agency, and possibly even trades. I want to see the team bursting with excitement and energy and then I would think about coming back to San Jose. Don’t get me wrong, they have a great young core, but they need that it factor.

You had some struggles in pass protection this season. Is there anything in particular you're looking to work on to improve in that area during the offseason? Do you think that a different blocking scheme run by another team would help you to be more successful?
Yeah, I have played like complete shit this season and I am very disappointed in my game and my play. I am going to take a good hard look at what I have done and what I will continue to do to see if I can hopefully change it up. I think possibly that another team’s blocking scheme can help me learn and develop to be the best offensive lineman in the league, but we will take it day by day.

Do you want to keep the same number if you go to another team?
I would love to be able to keep my number. But If I end up somewhere else and someone has #77 I will inevitably change for them because I would be like the new guy in the locker room again. I don’t want to step on any toes and cause drama in a locker room over a number.

Would you care to give your thoughts on where you see the Sabercats franchise going, regardless of whether or not you return to the team?
I see the Sabercats trending upwards. They’ve made some interesting moves this past season acquiring Jackson, Lewith and Tech for the corpse of Longshaw. I believe that the Sabercats are a two to three players away from competing with the Otters and making a push for the playoffs.

Does ketchup belong on a hotdog?
Honestly, if you want a Chicago style hotdog, no it does not. But sometimes, just sometimes, ketchup can make the hotdog so much better.

Why do you hate friendship?
I hate friendship, because of John Canton. He taught me how to hate friendship, so therefore I had to follow in his footsteps and continue the hate train. Remember, the hate train has no breaks CHOO CHOO

Also why haven't you played Divinity with me yet? I finally made it to act 2.
I haven’t played Divinity with you because every time I get on, I just sit there and wait there, waiting for you… and you decide to never invite me. So if anything YOU hate friendship.

Is there a particular reason you decided to opt out of your contract?
I decided to Opt out of my contract because I feel like it’s time to gauge the market. I want to see the level of competitive ness that other teams will offer me and I want to see if there is another team that can swoon me and prove to me why I should go there.

Are you looking to immediately contend for a championship?
When I was a waiver pick up in season 1, I went to the Hawks who were supposed to be that team and ended up not doing so hot. Season 2 when I was drafted by the Sabercats, they were one of the worst teams. Season 3, the Sabercats had some upside, but ended up being a lower tier team again. I don’t need to immediately contend for a championship as long as I see the team moving in the right direction.

Would you consider going to a rebuilding team like the Yeti or Legion?
I would have no problem going to either team as long as I could see the plan they were going with and could get behind it. I believe that I can help build up any team and I am not as worried as to where I go right now.

Where do you think the direction of the league is going?
I think the league has been sort of lax on a few punishments, but the front office is making the correct strides in my eyes to continue to keep competitive and they are making the right moves to keep us going for a long time.

Why do you think Arizona has been able to build such a dominating team, while maintaining such a large amount of cap space available for free agency, while also having a locker room that is bursting in activity that makes other teams quiver in their boots, and an offensive scheme and coaching staff that has helped turn offensive linemen like Tim Pest from worst in the league to best in the league?
I think Arizona got real lucky in the first ever draft, and have been able to keep up with the activity of the locker room and the players they continue to add, I don't even know who their scout is but he seems to be killing it. Could it be the ladies in Arizona? the drugs? Being so close to Mexico? Who knows, but from what I hear their offensive scheme is amazing.
Sep 7 2017, 08:35 PM
BREAKING NEWS! JAYCE TUCK SPOTTED IN CHICAGO WITH VINCENT SHARPEI. RUMORS SPREADING, IS SHARPEI’S DAYS IN SAN JOSE NUMBERED?!

Jayce Tuck has been spotted multiple times throughout the offseason in Chicago with fellow NSFLer Vincent Sharpei. Tuck has been shown around the city by Sharpei and they have been caught going in and out of the gym together as well as early morning and late night practices at some different fields around Chicago. The Media hasn’t really been able to capture many pictures or footage of Vincent and Jayce, but it’s a general consensus that the two men have been working on drills against one another, fine tuning their skills back and forth. It was even noted that with a few personal trainers at the fields with the two men, Sharpei was taking snaps on the defensive end of the ball. No one knows if that is just for fun or if it is thoughts of things to come. After one Practice, our reporter Bob Zikas was able to talk to Vincent Sharpei and ask him a few questions.

Bob Zikas (BZ): We have seen you with Jayce Tuck around lately *Bob shows Vincent the pictures of Jayce and Vincent lining up against each other for drills.*

Vincent Sharpei (VS): Ahh man. Jayce reached out to me early in the waiver wire in the first season, and was one of the first guys to talk to me before the draft and congratulated me after being drafted. We talk back and forth through text almost daily and just are good friends who decided to work out together in the off season.

BZ: Well, There are rumors going around that because of Jayce being here your days in San Jose are numbered is any of this true?

VS: I’m playing the season out in San Jose and seeing what happens from there. I do not know and will not know what happens in the future but as of right now this is where my heart is and this is where I am going to play. I love the fans here in San Jose and I love the organization.

BZ: So would you say that your friendship with Jayce could influence you to leave San Jose?

VS: I am not saying yes or no. I don’t know where I am going to go or what is going to happen in the next off season. Like all media, you are trying to blow things out of proportion when I am just trying to relax and work out with the best Defensive End in the league, most likely the MVP of this season, and a two time champion. Let’s talk about something else.

BZ: That works for me then, Mr. Sharpei. So talking about the organization how do you feel about the Draft? What has Bayley and Blewitt brought to the organization already?

VS: Bayley has been committed since the minute we drafted him, Blewitt as well. When we drafted them at #4 and #5 overall, I shot them both texts congratulating them and telling them I can’t wait to start working with them. I’ve met with them both on at different times and they seem to be very ready to get this season started. They are both committed to working in the locker room and hitting the weight room every day. It’s going to be nice to see the changes in our Defense this year and see what they can bring to the field. Cake too, he is another man that has gone under the radar. He is going to be a force to be reckoned with next to Dan Miller. I believe that those two are going to be some of the best Defensive Tackles in the league.

BZ: Well then, how do you feel you guys are going to fare this season. You guys have made vast improvements to your defense, hypothetically of course.

VS: Well Bob, thanks for asking such an amazing question. Sarcasm aside, I believe that we have what it takes to overtake the Otters for the second playoff spot this season and can make it to the playoffs. I whole-heartedly believe that Ja Brill and Lord Nibbler are leading us in the right direction. All Hail our Lord and Savior Lord Nibbler. I can’t wait to see how season is going to go and I need it to start already. I can’t just keep practicing, I need to get on that field and hit someone.

BZ: I only have one more question for you, I am sorry for taking all your time. I just want to know, is there any truth to the matter of you being possibly shot in the face by a fellow teammate? We don’t get all the juicy details here in Chicago, but we get pieces here and there.

VS: *Sharpei laughs and looks at Bob seriously* If I was almost shot in the face, or if anything like that happened, do you think I would still be in San Jose? WOULD you still be in a place where someone tried to shoot you in the fucking face? I don’t think so. This is why I hate the media so damn much. We were playing a virtual reality game called “Werewolves” and Dan Miller did “Shoot me in the face.” In Virtual Reality. I can’t believe that some people would believe I would be shot.


Vincent walked away from Bob after that last answer, shaking his head and headed into the gym. Once there, pictures were taken of Vincent and Jayce in the gym, hitting the weight room and working on conditioning drills inside the gym. The gym was rented out and there was a few promising college players there also working out with Jayce and Vincent. Are the rumors true that Vincent is going to leave San Jose? Would Arizona be a landing spot for him? All of the speculation circulating Vincent Sharpei right now is the only problem circling San Jose right now but a lot of people like to blow up whatever they can to make something out of nothing. Who knows what will happen and we will see what happens once Season 3 gets rolling.


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Sep 7 2017, 09:17 AM
The San Jose Sabercats had a long season, from starting the season at 3-1 and losing off 8 games in a row and finishing 4-10, the organization had a lot of decisions to make. Extending Ethan Hunt for 1 year, Extending Clee Hardool, Shane Weston, Dan Miller, and John Canton for multiple years as helped ease the pain that the team has faced. The GMs only one other area they could look for to improve on their poor Season 2 which was the Draft, since there were no other big Free Agents left to sign. The Sabercats ended up picking up 8 new players in the Season 3 draft, and the breakdown is as follows.

With the 4th Overall pick of the Season Three Draft, The San Jose Sabercats Select: Benson Bayley, Cornerback, out of LSU.

Benson Bayley was a huge addition for the Sabercats at Number 4 overall. He will be opposite of John Canton and play with a dangerous Duo of Ja Brill and Clee Hardool. The Sabercats were looking for a number 2 cornerback after Trading for Matthew Peterson ended up poorly. The Sabercats also looked to add a Cornerback last draft, but Xavier Newman didn’t pan out as well as the team thought of him. Bayley is a smart choice here because he brings dedication and a wonderful work ethic, as well as already showing activity throughout the Locker Room. Look for Bayley to be an important player in the Sabercats Defense moving forward, it will be a learning process for him since he is the first ever first round draft pick to be selected without playing a single down in the NSFL.

With the 5th Overall pick of the Season Three Draft, the San Jose Sabercats Select: Iyah Blewitt, Kicker, out of Queens.

Iyah was a Waiver Pick-up for the Las Vegas Legion this past season. He kicked 91% on extra points but a very poor 63.6% on Field Goals. Something Blewitt is going to have to work on is going to be his accuracy and leg strength, but another smart move by the Sabercats. After having inactive kickers for the last two season, even if Blewitt went inactive, he is a huge upgrade for Special teams and will make impacts in kicking and punting immediately. The Sabercats decided to take another safe pick here, believing that Blewitt is the kicker of the future and the Organization is getting a wonderful guy here.

With the 21st Pick of the Season Three Draft, the San Jose Sabercats Select: Calkewlated Chambers III, Defensive Tackle, out of LSU.

With another LSU alumni here, the Sabercats are insuring that their Defensive Line will be a force moving forward. After dealing with only two active guys on the D-Line in Dan Miller and Chidubem Okonwo, it is nice to see the Sabercats investing more into that aspect of the team. Cake as the Sabercats players are already calling him was a Waiver Pickup late in the season for the Sabercats. He has shown his activity throughout the Locker room and has been in the weight room time and time again. He looks to be a promising player with a huge upside, and the Sabercats were able to grab him in the 3rd round.

With the 34th Pick of the Season Three Draft, the San Jose Sabercats Select: Arjen de Ligt, Defensive End, No College.

Arjen was picked up to insure some depth on the Defensive Line. He has shown speed and some strength, and looks to team up with Dan Miller to learn the ropes around San Jose. Hopefully the team is able to get him into the locker room and onto the field, but only time will tell what will happen with Arjen.

With the 50th Pick of the Season Three Draft, The San Jose Sabercats Select: Matt Edilio, Linebacker, out of Michigan.

Matt Edilio is a Linebacker that can quite possibly be a blessing in disguise for the Sabercats. After trading away AC Hackett, the Linebacking core of the San Jose Sabercats has a lot left to be desired. Luke Chunk can help guide Matt Edilio on the field and hopefully get him up to par with the Sabercats defensive schemes before the season takes place.

With the 57th Pick of the Season Three Draft, The San Jose Sabercats Select: Ben Hartsock, Tight End, Out of The Ohio State University.

Ben Hartsock will line up next to Break Bottles with the San Jose Sabercats this year. A Blocking Tight End that can help ensure that Ethan Hunt can run around and dance all he wants to in the pocket, and is a huge target at 6’6 and 280 Pounds. Look for Hartsock to be a red zone threat as well.

With the 58th Pick of the Season Three Draft, The San Jose Sabercats Select: Sal Ifedemi, Defensive End, out of Clemson.

Another Defensive End drafted by the Sabercats. Their biggest problem was the Defense last year, and the lack of their ability to get to the opposing Quarterbacks. Look for Sal to add depth at the Line and there might be some position battles going on throughout preseason.
With the 66th Pick of the Season Three Draft, The San Jose Sabercats Select: Viktor DeMar, Wide Receiver, out of Wisconsin.

Viktor DeMar fills the Slot Wide Receiver for the San Jose Sabercats. In a draft where they focused entirely on Defense, adding a Speedster at 66 could be a steal. A friend of the Owner of the league, look for Viktor to hopefully make some splashes in San Jose’s offense and help get the ball out of Hunt’s hands a lot faster now.

The San Jose Sabercats were able to address much needed problems along their defense this year in the draft. Adding a number 2 Cornerback, another Defensive Tackle, and depth throughout that side of the ball. Look for the Sabercats to game plan and head in the right direction following this draft, and possibly make a run at the Wild Card in the ASFC. Big Changes are coming in San Jose and this is only the start, with Lord Nibbler guiding the team with Ja Brill, anything is possible.


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Sep 2 2017, 11:39 AM
News has spread through San Jose about Tackle Vincent Sharpei. Rumors close to the source have stated that Vincent will be “Testing the water after this season and will be declining his player option.” Though rumors, when addressing Mr. Sharpei, he declines to comment about it. ESPN Reporter Neil Everett flew down to San Jose to speak with Sharpei about it.

Neil Everett (NE): Hey Vince, how are you doing today?

Vincent Sharpei (VS): Not to bad today Neil, thanks for taking the time to come visit down in lovely San Jose.

NE: No Problem, you already know why I’m here, a lot of rumors have been spreading about you going to Opt out of your contract and test the Free Agency Waters after the season, is any of this true?

VS: First off, I don’t know where you guys get your rumors and its crazy word spreads so quickly. I want to state that I am happy here in San Jose and my son and I are making a life for us in this beautiful city. I have grown here in San Jose and they have opened up opportunities that I didn’t have when I was a waiver pick up in Baltimore. It is really nice to be a part of a growing team and community that just wants to win and is willing to do what it takes to do so.
NE: So, you are going to stay in San Jose then?

VS: Let’s not get so hasty Neil. I never stated that I was staying here forever. The rumors you have stated are true and I do plan to opt out of my contract after this year. Some people will give me shit for it but it is what it is. I’ve always wanted to play with my brother Chris Orosz of the Wraiths and he is also a Free Agent after this season. I believe me protecting his blind side great and we already have such great chemistry together that how could I not want to go play with him? We both work out together in the off season and we both push and drive each other to become better each and every day. I believe putting us on the same team will make miracles happen and I hope that it can happen this off season.

NE: Don’t you think that will take away from what you are building in San Jose? What about all the guys there you’ve grown close to over the past season?

VS: Now, I’ve discussed my plans and ideas with the organization and they believe that I should follow my heart. Who knows what happens this coming off season and who knows where I’ll go. I’ve grown very close to Dan Miller, John Canton, Darren Smallwood and Ja Brill over this past season and San Jose will always be in the back of my mind. I just have to follow my heart about where I am going to go coming up and they have been texting me and supporting me through this whole process. They understand what I am feeling and what I want to do and support me fully. They want what is best for me and what is best for the team, so we have been talking non-stop about this upcoming season and how we can push the Sabercats into the playoffs.

NE: That sounds good and all, Vince, but a team that moved up to the number 4 pick to draft you, and you are wanting to turn tail and run? Haven’t you thought about what you bring to this team and how you can help them, instead of focusing on yourself?

VS: I have and I believe that this is the right move for me. I want what is best for myself and what is best for the San Jose Sabercats. It’s a very hard decision to come to but nobody is perfect. Loyalty only runs so far, and you have to be loyal to yourself before you are loyal to a team. I love it here in San Jose and who knows, I might even stay put. But I want to test the waters and I want to gauge what the interest is in my services and see how other teams feel about me. I don’t want to undercut myself at all and I want to be a valued member of the league. I believe it is time to go get my payday especially after being the #4 pick in a very deep draft. It’s my time to shine and as Rod Tidwell once said in the movie Jerry Maguire “SHOW ME THE MONEY!”

NE: Well then, what are your goals for this season?

VS: What the Sabercats Front Office has done so far this off season and looking forward to the draft, I believe with the picks we are going to make that we can push into the playoffs in Season 3. I believe that we can push past the Otters for the #2 spot in the ASFC, especially with the sudden imprisonment and retirement of Franklin Harris. Murder is no joke kids, and Harris is going to have to pay the price by rotting behind bars for the rest of his life. He was the leading tackler and voice on that defense in Orange County and it is going to be hard for them to recover from that. I believe that the Sabercats are just a few key moves away from being in the playoffs, and we will find out if those moves are put into action come Draft night.

NE: Thank you for letting me come down to San Jose and interview you, Vince. Any last remarks?
VS: No problem Neil, and yeah I have a few last things to say. Especially to the people of San Jose. Don’t worry about it guys, let’s take it one day at a time and let us see where this season takes us. Nothing is promised and I fully believe that we can push into the playoffs this year. Let’s get the whole city behind us and make this move guys!


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