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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: Today at 03:11:30 AM »
I'd be happy continuing to give Mac the chance to shine, and of course we have Napier as well. Is there anyone else you see as a viable option? Crews?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 16, 2018, 01:06:36 PM »
Do what you can Coach. I don’t feel any adjustments are needed for the Charlotte game, apart from perhaps a change on special teams, is Mac comfortable in the role? Would Brand be their better option all round?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 14, 2018, 06:36:54 PM »
Improvement on the first game! Did we change up some of the schemes to get Maria more of a look?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 14, 2018, 02:24:49 PM »
Yeah, I am happy with the performances we saw. The system with Irvin and Huerta isn’t going to click straight away, but it would help if our guys could hold of the ball. Where the number of drops the same in the second game as the first? Or did we see more PD?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 14, 2018, 01:18:34 PM »
I believe it can be effective, but it isn’t the norm, I can’t say how much of a commitment or time period would be required to develop it into an effective system. We are approaching the season open minded, both guys know that there is the potential for them to gain the full time starter position. I feel there will be a point where we have to evaluate the success, effectiveness, and suitability of the system, but there is no set date for when that assessment takes place.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 14, 2018, 05:56:53 AM »
What did you gather from your preseason games?

They were two comfortable victories, primarily because of how strong our defense performed. We have a couple of players really coming into themselves and I think this season they will prove themselves to be stars of the league. Despite the wins, I do think we showed areas that are a work in progress, offensively we have quite a few new players involved and a new system for everyone to adjust to but our passing game was not almost non-existent, we had a lot of drops, a lot of incompletes. Obviously, it is early days and there is plenty of time for us to start getting this right, but that is going to take more than a couple of warm-up games.

How much stock do you put into your teams preseason performance?

We don't get carried away with the performances, for a few players this is the first time they have played with one another and to do that in a setting where the result is largely irrelevant, it is an important process to go through. Outside of that, we saw a lot of backups fielded and so forth, so it really is just a question of getting guys used to one another, building up fitness and giving new schemes a look. All that being said, winning is winning and I'm never going to complain about it!

What is your primary and secondary goal this season, personally?

Win the division, and take home the Florida cup. I thought we were the best team in the division last season, but we lost far too many games to our direct competitors. We took Orlando and Alabama to OT twice, Alabama, the reigning champions, struggled with us even with Robles in his second half of the season MVP form! We came unstuck against St Paul, but this season, I believe we can take the necessary steps toward dominating this part of the country. It's more competitive than ever over here, but I believe we are capable of it.

Who impressed you the most on your own team in the pre-season?

Our D-Line as an entity in itself impressed the hell out of us. Freese is one of those guys that I mentioned, he has developed into one hell of a player, and the threat he and Cervantes pose will undoubtedly over-looked by a lot of teams early on in the season. If I was to highlight one guy though, I think I would say, Justin Haas. The reason being that our offense is certainly a work in progress and undoubtedly struggled at times but even against a great run defense with Tuscon, he kept us ticking over, got us some vital yardage when we were lacking in other areas. Randolph popped up with a couple of big plays, Sammy Chow, Merlin, and Southern all did well, Brand, Coleman, and Prado all looked solid. I was impressed by plenty of players.

With the start of the season finally here, what do you expect from your players in week one?

We have a challenging start with Charlotte visiting, they'll be looking for some revenge I'm sure, and Sullivan is always a threat for them. They will be without their primary WR though, which may lessen their threat, but with a QB who can find anyone, we can't underestimate the threat they still cause. I want to see us dominate them defensively, I want us to pressure and force Sullivan to make big plays consistently to get anything on the board. I think we could rival Las Vegas for the best defense in the league this season, so I expect that kind of performance. Offensively, I want us to fully utilize the threats we have available, our passing game needs to improve, but we are more than capable of dominating the run game.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 05, 2018, 11:45:13 AM »
Thanks for the input Coach.

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Selina, can you pass on these notes to the coaching team. Thanks.

Starters in both games.

MASTER DEPTH CHART CHANGES

Christopher Prado to LB3

Charles Southern to CB4

ADDITIONAL DEPTH CHART CHANGES

I-FORMATION & PRO SET
QB- Eugene Huerta
RB1- Justin Haas
RB2- Earl Brand
RB3- Maria Crews
FB- Sami Ozil
TE- Larry Herzog
LWR- Daniel Randolph
RWR- Stafano Armani
LT- Joseph Worthington
LG- Harlan Slater
C- Micah Cates
RG- David Hill
RT- Gary Fenton

SHOTGUN & SPREAD
QB- Julius Irvin
RB1- Maria Crews
RB2- Justin Haas
RB3- Earl Brand
TE- Larry Herzog
LWR- Daniel Randolph
RWR- Mac Richard
SWR- Stafano Armani

LT- Joseph Worthington
LG- Harlan Slater
C- Micah Cates
RG- David Hill
RT- Gary Fenton

4-3 DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Robert Cervantes
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Christopher Prado
SLB- Samuel Chow
WLB- Jared Garza
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Scott Pickens

3-4 DEFENSE
LDT- David Freese
NT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Robert Cervantes
LOLB- Jared Garza
LILB- Christopher Prado
RILB- Mario Vance

ROLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Scott Pickens

NICKLE DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Robert Cervantes
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Christopher Prado
SLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB- Austin Napier
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

3-3-5 DEFENSE
LDT- David Freese
NT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Robert Cervantes
LLB- Jared Garza
MLB- Christopher Prado
RLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB- Austin Napier
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

DIME DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Samuel Chow
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Christopher Prado
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB1- Austin Napier
NB2- Charles Southern
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

Anything else - coaches decision.

LOCK IN.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 05, 2018, 02:32:40 AM »
Great. We’ll keep him there then. Last question, we obviously lost Brady in the training camp, who do you think we should start in the MLB role? Between Prado and Vance? I thought Vance performed well last year, but I think Prado has more upside.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 04, 2018, 12:02:13 PM »
Thanks Coach. We always knew his work ethic was an issue. I think that is all I have for now. I'll let you get back to your job, but can you ask Coach Patricia to come see me, thanks.

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Coach, glad to have you with us in Miami for another season. Not a lot changed with our defense again, so I only wanted to ask a couple of questions. Firstly, the nickel back, I penciled Napier in for this role at training camp as I felt he was a good fit, having had seen the improvements he has made, is that still the case? Or do you feel we have a guy better suited?

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OOC Boards / Re: S11 Prediction Thread
« on: December 03, 2018, 03:18:15 AM »
DIVISION WINNERS:
North East - Michigan
South East - Alabama
North West - Seattle
South West - San Antonio

WILDCARDS:
East - Miami
East - Music City
East - Charlotte
East - DC
West - Rapid City
West - Lincoln
West - Las Vegas
West - Long Beach

IMPACT BOWL 11 TEAMS: Michigan vs. San Antonio


IMPACT BOWL 11 WINNERS: San Antonio


MVP: Keenan Daley
Offensive ROTY: Maria Crews
Defensive ROTY: Jerry Worthington
Offensive POTY: Keenan Daley
Defensive POTY: Daniel Maxley
GM OF THE YEAR: GM Powers

OVERALL BEST RECORD (Regular season): Michigan

Tackle Leader: Samuel Chow
Sack Leader: Bruce Wilkinson
Passing Yards Leader: Giovanni Hill
Passing TD Leader: Keenan Daley
Rushing Yards Leader: Curt Robles
Rushing TD Leader: Jeremy Martin
Catch Leader: Shawn Simon
Receiving Yards Leader: Colt Soriano
Receiving TDs Leader: Shawn Simon
Interceptions Leader (defense): McKenzie Lightner
Will Anthony Smith (OT) allow  a sack: Yes

FIRST GM FIRED: GM Franchise

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: December 03, 2018, 03:05:51 AM »
Great, we'll keep Joe on the main roster. What resulted in the drop in the opinion of Glover? Has he taken a step backwards in his development, or did we just over-estimate his abilities last season?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 30, 2018, 02:45:55 AM »
Thanks for looking into that Selina. Can you ask Coach McNeil to see me, please? Thanks.

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Coach, hope you had an enjoyable training camp. I have a conversation with Coach Rhodes and we have decided to implement the QB game plan that you suggested. We have also discussed a couple other roster moves. I wanted your opinion on a couple of things though. Firstly, Joe Bankston graded a little lower than we anticipated from his scouting, given he is more in need of development, do you feel he would be better suited at Boca Raton? And Tommy White called up?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 29, 2018, 02:57:12 AM »
To clarify, I meant pull up our contracts to look over. Don't want any confusion there!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 29, 2018, 02:56:08 AM »
Good, good. Right, I'll let you get back to whatever you were doing.

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Selina, can you pull our contracts with our sponsors. Are there any PR commitments that we have missed this year? I don't recall us having anything set in stone, but I may be wrong.


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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 28, 2018, 11:00:49 AM »
Absolutely Julius, you know how highly we value you here. I just wanted to let you know what our plan for the start of the season is. This is going to be trialed during the pre-season, and all going well, follow on into the start of the season. We intend on using yourself and Eugene intermittingly dependent on the formation being played, looking to best utilize both of your skillsets for the gameplan in mind. Now you are our primary QB, and though we will be mixing things up, you will have more than enough opportunities this season to earn that spot outright. We felt this would be a good platform for competition and development, but I felt it was important you heard from myself what the intention was.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 27, 2018, 10:29:04 AM »
Cheers Anthony.

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Selina, can you ask Julius Irvin to come and see me, please.

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Julius! How was the training camp?

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: November 27, 2018, 10:15:32 AM »
Miami Killer Whales sign Charles Southern to a one year, $1MM contract.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 26, 2018, 03:45:05 AM »
We'll keep it in check this season, I'm sure.

Thanks, Coach, I'll run over a few more things with you before we confirm the lineups for the pre-season, but leave you for now.

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Selina, can you get me Anthony Campanelli on the line, please.

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Anthony, we'd like to bring Charles Southern to Miami on a 1-year deal at $1MM.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 25, 2018, 03:40:18 AM »
I’ll see what we can do. Last question before I make a few calls, what is your opinion on LeMelo? Do we have someone who could be moulded into something great there?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 24, 2018, 02:00:25 PM »
We can make that change. Where do you think we need to strengthen with our flex position? Do you feel there is a need to utilise it right now?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 24, 2018, 05:28:10 AM »
I'm happy with that. How are you feeling with our WR depth? I see the spread and shotgun formations being a big weapon for us this season, is Mac the best man for the slot?

What do we have with Armani? I'll admit, we took a punt on him, based off of his world cup performance.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 23, 2018, 05:19:17 AM »
I am happy to trial it with the pre season games. What formations do you believe would suit both guys? Huerta in the shotgun and spread? Where his accuracy will be key? Or would that’s suit Irvin more for his mobiliy?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 22, 2018, 12:00:03 PM »
No doubt Coach. The main thing I wanted to discuss with you was our offense and the different looks that I penciled us down to put out there. In my head, I was seeing us as having that versatility that allows us to switch up the game plan dependent on our opponents, exploit any weak spots. I thought we could try it with the pre-season games, but with Coach McNeil comments on his pre-season report regarding our QB's, I wanted to see what whether you felt that was a good idea? Mixing up who is under center dependent on the play/formation/circumstance.

And are there any other variations you think I have overlooked?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 21, 2018, 02:07:06 PM »
With McClure leaving and the plan to push Haas into the RB1 role, but still run with a committee, we wanted a duel threat. Our scouting team identified Maria as a talented player, with the best hands at the combine. Our head coach interviewed her and identified her as being an exemplary professional with a great work ethic, exactly the type of player we want here. Her gender was irrelevant, she was a primary target for us. I hope to see her lead the way and prove females can play in this league. Serious football move though? Come on with a question like that.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: November 21, 2018, 03:50:41 AM »
Use three words to classify how your off-season went?

Better than Orlando's?

I'm just kidding. Although, I'm more confident than ever that we'll be taking that cup home with us.

Seriously though, I would say - Ambitious, Productive, and Competitive. The words speak for themselves, but I do think we were ambitious in some of the moves we made. Some would look at losing Duke & McClure, two players who played well in a Miami jersey last season as the opposite, but for us to grow we felt these moves needed making. I feel we are in a position now where a large part of this roster is going to define where this franchise goes in the next two to three seasons. I felt we were productive in our scouting and recruitment, there were no panicked calls, we had a focus on mind and we zoned in on that with our recruitment. I also felt we competed well for the players we identified as targets. Of course, some were just not viable due to the financial package that would be associated, and finance is something we always have to consider when we temper our ambition, we want long-term success here.


Coming out of training camp, where do you rank your team in the division, conference, and in the league?

I think with the defensive spine that we have, and the added arsenal to our offense, we are an improved team to last season. We are in a division with the reigning champions though, and Merv's team, and with Charlotte, Atlanta, and Music City all improving, us being a better team this season doesn't necessarily mean we will be capable of producing better results. Regardless, I think we had stronger recruitment than our divisional rivals, and I think we will be contenders for the conference.

Do you have any position battles planned for the preseason?  Which jobs are up for grabs and what do you hope to gain from the preseason games?

With Brady retiring, we do have to re-assess our LB positions. I wouldn't say we have any pre-season positional battles though, but we have shown here that we will reward performance, so throughout the season our players will have that opportunity. One of our goals this offseason was to give ourselves a more diverse offense, it surprised some pundits with our draft selections, but we had that in mind throughout, and what we are hoping to gain from the preseason is to see how best we can apply all of these weapons.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 30, 2018, 03:55:05 PM »
LOCK IN.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 30, 2018, 03:54:48 PM »
Gracias, Senor.

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Selina, our lock in information for the coaching staff:

TEAM CAPTAINS
Daniel Randolph - Offense
David Hill - Offense
Sami Ozil - Offense
David Freese - Defense
Robert Cervantes - Defense
Craig Watkins - Defense



MINI-CAMP ASSIGNMENTS

OFFENSE:
Julius Irvin - Football IQ
Harlan Slater - Pass Blocking
Daniel Randolph - Football IQ

DEFENSE:
Steven Pickens - Tackling
Austin Napier - Tackling
Daniel Coleman - Strength

Kenneth Badillo to be re-trained to play FS.



MASTER DEPTH CHART

QB- Julius Irvin
QB2- Eugene Huerta

RB1- Justin Haas
RB2- Maria Crews
RB3- Earl Brand

FB- Sami Ozil

TE1- Larry Herzog
TE2- Gene Williams

WR1- Daniel Randolph
WR2- Stafano Armani
WR3- Mac Richard
WR4- Joe Bankston
WR5- Floyd Glover

OT1- Joseph Worthington
OT2- Gary Fenton
OT3- Quinn Sumner

OG1- Harlan Slater
OG2- David Hill

C1- Micah Cates
C2- Christopher McCauley

DT1- Marcus Jackson
DT2- Merlin McLendon

DE1- David Freese
DE2- Robert Cervantes

LB1- Samuel Chow
LB2- Jared Garza
LB3- Thomas Brady
LB4- Christopher Prado
LB5- Mario Vance
LB6- Juan Albert

CB1- Joseph Carlson
CB2- Daniel Coleman
CB3- Austin Napier

FS1- Scotty Stephens
FS2- Keith Marshall

SS1- Steven Pickens
SS2- Craig Watkins

K- Roman Rodriguez
P- Andrew Campbell
KR1- Mac Richard
KR2- Austin Napier



ADDITIONAL DEPTH CHARTS

I-FORMATION & PRO SET
QB- Julius Irvin
RB1- Justin Haas
RB2- Earl Brand
RB3- Maria Crews
FB- Sami Ozil
TE- Larry Herzog
LWR- Daniel Randolph
RWR- Stafano Armani
LT- Joseph Worthington
LG- Harlan Slater
C- Micah Cates
RG- David Hill
RT- Gary Fenton

SHOTGUN & SPREAD
QB- Julius Irvin
RB1- Maria Crews
RB2- Justin Haas
RB3- Earl Brand
TE- Larry Herzog
LWR- Daniel Randolph
RWR- Stafano Armani
SWR- Mac Richard
LT- Joseph Worthington
LG- Harlan Slater
C- Micah Cates
RG- David Hill
RT- Gary Fenton

4-3 DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Robert Cervantes
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Thomas Brady
SLB- Samuel Chow
WLB- Jared Garza
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Scott Pickens

3-4 DEFENSE
LDT- David Freese
NT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Robert Cervantes
LOLB- Jared Garza
LILB- Thomas Brady
RILB- Christopher Prado
ROLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Scott Pickens

NICKLE DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Robert Cervantes
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Thomas Brady
SLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB- Austin Napier
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

3-3-5 DEFENSE
LDT- David Freese
NT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Robert Cervantes
LLB- Jared Garza
MLB- Thomas Brady
RLB- Samuel Chow
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB- Austin Napier
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

DIME DEFENSE
LDE- David Freese
RDE- Samuel Chow
LDT- Marcus Jackson
RDT- Merlin McLendon
MLB- Thomas Brady
LCB- Joseph Carlson
RCB- Daniel Coleman
NB1- Austin Napier
NB2- Christopher Prado
FS- Scotty Stephens
SS- Steven Pickens

SPECIAL TEAMS
K- Roman Rodriguez
P- Andrew Campbell
KR1- Austin Napier
KR2- Earl Brand
PR1- Mac Richard
PR2- Austin Napier



STRATEGY

OFFENSE
Attitude: Balanced
Focus: Balanced
Tempo: Normal
Passing Focus: Balanced
Pass To: Balanced
Primary Receiver: Daniel Randolph
Running Focus: Balanced
Running Backs: Balanced
Backfield Focus: Committee
Tight End Focus: Mixed

DEFENSE
Attitude: Balanced
Focus: Balanced
Primary Coverage: Man
D-Line Focus: Pass Rush
Linebacker Focus: Balanced
Player Radio: Scotty Stephens
Match CBs to WRs?: Yes

Playing Time: Mostly Starters



PLAY CALLING


OFFENSE RUN/PASS RATIO

Play Caller: Head Coach’s Decision

DEFENSE BLITZ RATIO

Play Caller: Head Coach’s Decision



PR CAMPAIGNS

Joseph Worthington - Can you move the Worthing-tonne truck?
$500K - Family event hosted at the UNIQLO Arena, where fans can come and meet the Killer Whales star player, with food and games, the event will invite people to try and move the truck.

David Freese - Freese Frame’s
$500K - T-Shirts, Merchandise, Posters, emblazoned with a framed image of Freese biggest sacks’, in particular hits against rival QB - Merv Patton.

Samuel Chow - Ka-chow!
$500K - Online ad-campaign/highlight package showcasing big plays from Chow last season with 80’s themed Batman-esque ‘sound effects’ through-out.

Maria Crews - The Game Changer
$250K - A short documentary for the Killer Whales and HIFL website, focusing on the ground-breaking path Crews took to get to Miami. Focusing in on her skills and abilities, and emphasising that she is not a novelty act.

Stafano Armani - The Golden Glove
$250K - Personalised branding for Armani with the Golden Glove logo, a play on his MVP performance at the World Cup.

Scotty Stephens - Even Stephens
$250K - Not matter how good a player the opposition's offense puts on the field, with Scotty out there, it is always even stephens. An online ad-campaign on the Killer Whale and HIFL websites as well as personalised branding.


MUSICAL LICENSES

1. Obsession - OK GO
Played for the home fans before every match.


2. Sabotage - Beastie Boys
Song plays when defense hits the field.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 30, 2018, 03:16:30 PM »
Miami re-structure contract for Stafano Armani to a four-year, fully guaranteed contract at $6.5MM & $2.5MM.

Miami spends $250K to re-train Kenneth Badillo to play FS position.

Miami spends $2.25MM on PR campaigns for six players.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 30, 2018, 02:02:41 PM »
Let's do that then, make sure Armani is a featured player here in Miami for a good few years. 4 years fully guaranteed at $6.5MM & $2.5MM then?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 30, 2018, 11:37:40 AM »
Hola, senor Bien. We are excited to see the World Cup MVP in a Miami jersey this upcoming season. Given what happened with Tulsa, I just wanted to speak to you and confirm you and your client are still happy with the four-year term on the contract.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 30, 2018, 11:25:33 AM »
Selina, can you get me the agent for Stefano Armani on the line please. Thanks.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 30, 2018, 09:46:26 AM »
Miami Killer Whales trade:

Eddie Stands
S12 5th Round Pick
Miami retain $2MM in salary

Tulsa Celtics trade:

Stafano Armani
Tulsa retain $1MM in bonus money

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High Impact Football League Information / Re: TRADE DISCUSSIONS
« on: October 30, 2018, 03:51:26 AM »
Miami Killer Whales trade:

Eddie Stands
S12 5th Round Pick
Miami retain $2MM in salary

Tulsa Celtics trade:

Stafano Armani
Tulsa retain $1MM in bonus money

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HIFL Archives / Re: S10/S11 Offseason Schedule and Tracker
« on: October 28, 2018, 07:41:09 AM »
Miami has finished with UFA.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 28, 2018, 07:39:26 AM »
Miami sign Juan Albert to a one year contract at $3MM.

Miami sign Thomas Brady to a one year contract at $3MM.

Miami release Cornelius Wilkerson.

Miami assign Tommy White to Boca Raton.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 26, 2018, 02:47:53 AM »
Miami sign Eddie Stands to a two-year contract at $8.5MM & $1.5MM.

Miami sign LaMelo Jackson to a three-year contract at $3.5MM & $0.5MM.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 24, 2018, 03:14:59 AM »
Hi Tommy, just wanted to welcome you to the team personally. I'll see you at training camp!

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Selina, can you make sure James Cabrera is sent a welcome pack. Also, can we write to the agents of the players released wishing them well for the future. Other than that I think we are ready to start the UFA process.

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 24, 2018, 03:10:23 AM »
Miami Killer Whales announces the following contract signings:

Quinn Sumner - 2 year, $750K
Ezequiel Hall - 2 year, $500K
Cornelius Wilkerson - 3 year, $500K
Billy Maldonado - 3 year, $500K
Roger Pullen - 3 year, $500K
Michael Taylor - 3 year, $500K
Ricky Simpson - 3 year, $500K
James Erickson - 3 year, $500K

Miami announces the following roster movements:

Christopher Prado called up to the Killer Whales roster.

James Cabrera assigned to Boca Raton.
Ezequiel Hall assigned to Boca Raton.
Cornelius Wilkerson assigned to Boca Raton.
Billy Maldonado assigned to Boca Raton.
Roger Pullen assigned to Boca Raton.
Michael Taylor assigned to Boca Raton.
Ricky Simpson assigned to Boca Raton.
James Erickson assigned to Boca Raton.

Miami release the following players:

QB - Mike Vaughn
WR - Clayton Wolfe
DE - Antoine Muir

Miami announce they will use the amnesty clause on Reginald Duke

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 23, 2018, 10:45:04 AM »
Miami sign James Cabrera to a two-year contract at $350k.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 23, 2018, 10:44:34 AM »
For James, we can do that.

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Selina, can you get Tommy White on the line please. I'd like to welcome him to the team.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 23, 2018, 03:16:35 AM »
I'm sure we'll be doing that, Earl. Enjoy the rest of your night.

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Selina, can you contact the representatives for James Cabrera please, advise them we are offering a three-year contract at $250K.

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HIFL Archives / Re: 2020 (S11) HIFL AMATEUR DRAFT
« on: October 23, 2018, 03:05:20 AM »


With the 18th pick in the 7th Round of the 2020 (S11) Draft, The Miami Killer Whales select...

James Cabrera, Running Back, Oklahoma State!

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 22, 2018, 05:37:42 PM »
Miami sign Tommy White to a three year $500K contract.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 22, 2018, 05:05:45 PM »
Thanks. Selina, can you get Earl Brand on the line.

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Welcome to the team Earl, we are excited to see what you can do in a Killer Whales jersey.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 22, 2018, 02:44:09 PM »
Selina, can we get the representative for Tommy White on the line please. Please advise them that we are offering a 3 year contract at $500k. Thanks.

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HIFL Archives / Re: 2020 (S11) HIFL AMATEUR DRAFT
« on: October 22, 2018, 02:42:33 PM »


With the 18th pick in the 6th Round of the 2020 (S11) Draft, The Miami Killer Whales select...

Tommy White, Wide Receiver, Florida State!

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:36:22 AM »
Miami Killer Whales release TE Carl Long.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:32:34 AM »
Well, it is a shame to see him go. We wish him well for the future.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:24:36 AM »
Understandable. But I'm offering him $1MM more for the next year than what he is likely to get if he goes into free agency.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:15:10 AM »
Always a pleasure David.

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Selina, can you get James T Crain on the line please. Thanks.

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James, I know you are a busy man this time of year but I am calling about your client Carl Long. With our acquisition of Herzog, Longs role would fall to a backup role, but with his contract we are looking at potentially having to cut him from the team. I don't want to do this though and wanted to chat to you first to see if you were willing to re-negotiate his contract to $3MM so he can have a role with our minor league team next season but also act as a back up in case of injuries to either Williams or Herzog.

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