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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 24, 2019, 07:55:12 AM »
Letís hope for the short end. Thanks coach.


Selina, I donít often do this, but given our penalties this season I feel it is best to double check. I have us at $750k remaining in our cap budget, can you confirm that is accurate?

Stephen Thompson vs Anthony Pettis - 5th Round Decision
Curtis Blaydes vs Justin Willis - 2nd Round TKO
John Makdessi vs Jesus Pinedo - 3rd Round Decision
Jussier Formiga vs Deiveson Figueiredo - 2nd Round Submission
Luis Pena vs Steven Peterson - 3rd Round Decision
Maycee Barber vs JJ Aldrich - 1st Round TKO

FOTN: Makdessi vs Pinedo
POTN: Blaydes & Formiga

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 20, 2019, 04:24:57 PM »
Perfect, thankfully we just about have the cap to bring him up without making any other moves.

Do you know how far out we are from Randolph potentially returning from his injury? Feel like he could really gives us a boost towards the end of the season if he recovers in time.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 20, 2019, 03:25:02 AM »
I dont feel we need to give him more snaps, I was just questioning whether there was a better alternative to our current line-up, but with you lining up Maria in the slot here and there I think we are probably utilising our roster the best we can.

With Micah out for the season, which is a damn shame, promoting Sumner would be our easiest option, would this give enough support to the o-line? If Ezequiel goes down, could Sumner or someone else step into C?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 19, 2019, 03:35:13 AM »
Indeed. We saw a lot more diversity in our offensive play this week, I especially liked seeing Maria utilised in the passing game as that was something our we highlighted as a strength in scouting and the off season. I am curious about Glover though, outside of one game, I don't recall seeing him do much. Is he struggling to get open? Should we trial someone else in that role? Could we put Armani outside and have Maria run the slot?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 18, 2019, 03:17:53 PM »
We'll keep working hard to continue our growth, boss.


Selina, can you call in Coach Rhodes please.


Tougher game than we anticipated, but great result! We were a missed FG from winning it in regulation but nonetheless, we kept at it!

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 18, 2019, 11:08:59 AM »
We're getting that record, sir. Count on it. I reckon we won't be far off the season goals either, if we can crack that Alabama egg. I hope you are happy with the direction this pack of Killer Whales is heading!

OOC Boards / Re: HIFL Wagering League
« on: March 18, 2019, 03:29:09 AM »
$10 on Rapid City

$30 on DC
$30 on Las Vegas
$30 on Michigan

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 17, 2019, 08:21:26 AM »
What was your biggest takeaway from your game this week?

At the end of this game, I couldn't help but look back at our previous season, where we lost in OT on multiple occassions, or where the game got away from us toward the end. I'm not saying the fight went out of us, but whether it was fatigue, or a drop in concentration, or whatever it was, we let games slip by us at key moments last season. This year it is a different story, we keep going right until the last minute and we maintain our standard and you are seeing that in us pulling out these late victories. It is a testament to the work put in by the players and the coaching staff and how well the team is working together at the moment.

In regards to the controversy over Sullivan at the end there, I can't say whether it was a good call or a bad call, but I think we all learnt from a young age that you play the ball, you don't wait for the flag or the whistle. GM Dazz is about as outspoken as they come, but I think he is crossing a line with questioning the authenticity of officiating here in Miami and I hope the league acts appropriatly. In other competive organisations out there, questioning the integrity of the sport is not taken lightly. Besides, his argument has no basis, did the officials cause Sasser to miss that XP? Did the officials stop Blais from tackling Armani? There were key moments in the game where they failed, and they lost because we were good enough to punish them for it. The better team won today, end of discussion.

I can confrim that Micah will be out for the rest of the season as well, which is a big blow for us as we feel has had a strong first year for us. We have depth at that position which is fortunate, and I'm sure Hall is excited to get a starting role.

With your record at mid-season, how would you grade the first half of Season 11 for your franchise based on your pre-season expectations?

I believe we are on target for our season expectations. We still have some tough games to come, but I believe we operating at a higher level than last season. The two games we dropped were to both teams in the Impact Bowl last season, and the game against Rapid City was plenty competitive. We are establishing ourselves as a force in this league, and for that I would grade us a B+. Still got room for improvement.

At mid-season, which of your players would you consider an underrated performer who deserves more recognition?

Robert Cervantes is someone that doesn't get anywhere near the praise I believe he deserves. He has been great for Miami and his performances have been consistent and improving over the last few seasons I have been in charge. Outside of such an established player, I believe Maria is starting to get peoples attention, but not much has been said about Brand who has been an integral cog in our rushing machine.

Three weeks before the All-Star game, who do you believe is a lock from your team to be selected for the game?

I feel there are a few players that would be very hard to ignore; Chow, Haas, Worthington, Ozil, Freese. Honestly though, I could list half my team. It is always a difficult choice, and given the bias I feel toward my own players I could understand the temptation for GM's to go the direction, especially if they have a lot of trust in that player, but I do hope we see less bias these year.

With the trade deadline upon us, do you see your team as a buyer, a seller, or neutral?  ...and what is it you are looking for on the trade market?

Right now, I'd put us in the neutral position. We could potentially bring someone on board if the oppurtunity arises, a more experienced WR being the primary target if that were the case. But for me, at this point in the season, you are rarely going to find the right player for the right price, and as a GM I have to weigh up what is in the best interests of the franchise moving forward. We have our #1 WR on DTR as well, and with the roster penalty, it makes making a move a little more complex for us than it might appear. Like I said though, we aren't completely removing ourselves from the possibility of making a move.

Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal - 5th Round Decision
Leon Edwards vs Gunnar Nelson - 2nd Round TKO
Volkan Oezdemir vs Dominick Reyes - 3rd Round TKO
Nathaniel Wood vs Jose Quinonez - 3rd Round Decision
Danny Roberts vs Claudio Silva - 1st Round Submission
Jack Marshman vs John Phillips - 1st Round TKO

FOTN: Wood vs. Quinonez
POTN: Phillips & Reyes

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 10, 2019, 07:20:24 AM »
Good to hear! Got a big game this week against one of your former teams, so I'll let you get back to your prep.


Selina, can you pass the following on to the coaching team:

Blitz back to normal from last week, any other changes are coaches decision.

Additional In-season Training:

- 2 hours Position Training
- 2 hours Athletic Training
- 0 hours Physical Training
- 2 hour Film Study

Players: LaMelo Jackson, Craig Watkins, Crhistopher Prado.


General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 09, 2019, 03:13:49 PM »
I'm sure some of them do it no matter who is getting undressed, some curious minds out there! I'll let you get back to practice Maria.


Selina, can you call in Christian Sullivan please.


Christian, a few weeks to settle in now, how are you finding Miami?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 09, 2019, 02:13:42 PM »
I'm sure you will get plenty more chances this season, myself and the Coach see a bright future for you. This is only your first season in the league, but keep making plays like that and you will see a reward in playing time and what not. How have you been getting on with the rest of the team?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 09, 2019, 03:45:03 AM »
Sounds like he could be a good hand then! I trust your judgement, just keep me informed with any adjustments like this so I consider it when planning for the future. Right, going to congratulate Maria and then we will get to practice. Thanks coach.


Selina, can you call in Maria Crews please.


Maria! What a brilliant way to win the game against Vegas and silence any doubters you still might have had! How are you feeling with how the season as gone for you so far?

Derrick Lewis vs. Junior dos Santos - 3rd Round TKO
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Curtis Millender - 3rd Round Decision
Tim Means vs. Niko Price - 2nd Round Submission
Blagoy Ivanov vs. Ben Rothwell - 3rd Round TKO
Beneil Dariush vs. Drew Dober - 3rd Round Decision
Tim Boetsch vs. Omari Akhmedov - 1st Round TKO

FOTN - Santos vs. Millender
POTN - Boetsch & Dos Santos

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 08, 2019, 11:57:39 AM »
Interesting, what about Watkins made you feel he would adapt well at LB? You mentioned speed, but does he have the size for it?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 07, 2019, 02:32:24 AM »
This was one game though, against a resolute defense, so I want to see how we fare against DC before considering any tactical changes. I think DC is a winnable game for us, but they are certainly someone we can't overlook, and with some of the games to come, it could be quite an important win for us.

It was nice to see LaMelo get some game time, and a sack to boot! Watkins had a decent game for us too, did Pickens pick up an injury during the game? I didn't see him listed, so I'm assuming he is fine either way.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 06, 2019, 02:41:24 AM »
We have run the ball a lot, and our offensive strategy does lean toward that side of our game, but 53 rushing attempts to 19 pass attempts seems like more of a swing in our set up. I'm all for giving Christian time to adjust to our setup, but against Rapid City we had 35 rushing attempts and 35 pass attempts. Seems to me that Sullivan adjusting to our offense would take longer if we're not letting him throw the ball. It also seemed like we came up a little predictable against Las Vegas as well, and yes we won the game, but to have so much of the ball and not get it past the 30 yard marker with any of our drives. Can you see where I am coming from Coach?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 05, 2019, 03:03:00 AM »
Aye, proper slugfest out there this week, not many teams are going to out-do us in that department. Maria's game winning moment was fantastic to see, she will always have doubters, people waiting in the wings to claim she doesn't belong, so I very much enjoy seeing her prove them wrong. I also loved seeing us really shut down Vegas's running game and nulify their passing game to a degree. I do have to ask though, who made the decision to run the ball so much? It seemed to go against our general strategy.

OOC Boards / Re: HIFL Wagering League
« on: March 05, 2019, 02:50:20 AM »

OOC Boards / Re: HIFL Wagering League
« on: March 03, 2019, 02:30:12 PM »
$52 on St Paul
$50 on Portland

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: March 03, 2019, 01:51:39 PM »
What was the major takeaway you got from this week's game? What did your team do best, and what do you need to do better?

We limited their drives, got in the face of Shelley, and really dominated on both lines of scrimmage, offensively, and defensively. I think we had a very good perfomance in that sense, and whilst we didn't put up a lot of passing yards, we ran all over them. I am disappointed we couldn't turn those drives into TD's, but Vegas have a sturdy defense, and we got predictable. It took a big moment from Maria to get us the win, a fantastic run from her to see out the victory, but we should have won the game more comfortably. We didn't give up a sack, they had nothing in their run game, we should have punished them with a few more touchdowns. So it was a good, hard fought win, but still more for us to improve upon.

Did you fall in love with any players from the showcase? Care to share who?

There were a few that we thought highly of, but I don't believe it is in our best interests to signify which players and what type of players we will be pursuing in the draft.

Which player are you most concerned about on your opponent's team this week, and why?

After the hiding they just recieved from Lincoln, I'm sure there a few guys looking to make amends this week against us. I think their GM has put some pressure on his offence to deliver after he disparaged our defence after the Alabama loss, but one guy who will always be a threat is Sasser. GM Dazz might not think we have a proper defence here in Miami, but even in proving him wrong and shutting down his offence, Sasser is a guy who can knock it through the posts consistently. So we need to not only shut him up, shut up his offence, but we need to make the plays that take away that option for a FG, as well as punishing them when we get the ball.

Talk about anything that stood out to you in the news, how do you feel about the possibility of a 53 man roster?

The news story that stood out to me this week was regarding Farmer. Primarily because they are our opponents this week, and we are always looking for a kink in the armour of any opponent we line up against. If they have players who don't buy into his system, and we are abusing that system, it is going to be a difficult challenge for them to overcome out on the field. As for the expanded roster, I believe it could benefit teams. We have always done a good job of taking care of our players, and we rarely have injuries, but some you can't account for, such as Daniel's broken leg. Unfortunately, some teams struggle more than us in this regard, but overall I think teams would benefit from more depth. Might put the XFL out of business though.

Talk about the upcoming game, what is one word you would give to your team this week, and why?

Beaten. They look done, mentally. The HIFL is a tough old league and when things are against you, its a heavy burden, especially for players that have had a lot of success in their careers. A lot of our guys have clawed their way up along with the franchise and our growth is built off of failure. When it comes to football though, they have some talented guys, some guys in ther prime who should be doing better, but collectively, they seem lost. I'm hoping we can put another hurting on them.

Forum Games / Re: UFC 235: Jones vs. Smith (Mar. 2) | UFC Pick Ems
« on: March 02, 2019, 12:09:44 PM »
(C) Jon Jones vs (#3) Anthony Smith -- UFC Light Heavyweght Title Fight - 4th Round Submission.
(C) Tyron Woodley vs (#2) Kamaru Usman -- UFC Middleweight Title Fight - 5th Round decision.
(#6) Robbie Lawler vs Ben Asken - 3rd Round Decision.
(#7) Tecia Torres vs (#15) Weili Zhang - 3rd Round Decision.
(#2) Cody Garbrandt vs (#8) Pedro Munhoz - 2nd Round TKO

Bonus Fight: (#6) Jeremy Stephens vs (#13) Zabit Magomedsharipov - 3rd Round Decision

FotN: Jones vs Smith
PotN: Jones/Garbrandt

Forum Games / Re: Fantasy Wrestling Draft sign ups
« on: March 01, 2019, 02:31:03 PM »
Yeah, I think that is a good idea. Treat this as a sign up for his game.

Forum Games / Fantasy Wrestling Draft sign ups
« on: February 28, 2019, 03:04:47 PM »
Thought I'd throw this up after discussion on Discord the other day.

So anyone who is interested in playing sign up below. I was thinking we would do a snake draft, going x amount of rounds, once the draft is completed I will create a thread for people to post their shows which can be a synopsis leading to a card, or multiple weeks of shows. We will then do a poll and crown a wrestling draft champion!

So couple of things I want to throw out there for people interested in playing, when you sign up, let me know how your preferences from the below:

- Themed rounds (i.e. wrestlers from certain countries, eras, ages) or open rounds.
- How many rounds? 16/18/20? More?
- Teams & Stables as one draft pick? If so, they'd have to be used as such?
- Set formula for shows at the end (e.g. three shows and a PPV)? or open for full creativity?
- Strict time limits for draft picks? 12 hours? Draft boards?
- If possible, would you prefer the draft run through Discord?

You don't have to give an answer to everything, just listed some of the variables that I thought some of you might have a preference toward. I'd say we'd need a good eight or ten players to make it interesting, but we can run it with whoever is interested.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 22, 2019, 01:31:43 PM »
Well, then lets up it by 15%. Everything else, we'll keep as normal. Good look this week Coach.


(#4) Jan Blachowicz vs Thiago Santos - 5th Round TKO
Stefan Struve vs Marcos De Lima - 3rd Round Decision
Gian Villante vs Michał Oleksiejczuk - 2nd Round TKO
(#6) Liz Carmouche vs (#14) Lucie Pudilova - 3rd Round Decision
(#9) John Dodson vs (#14) Petr Yan - 3rd Round Decision
Magomed Ankalaev vs Klidson Abreu - 2nd Round Submission

FOTN: Dodson vs Yan
POTN: Santos, Dodson, Yan

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 22, 2019, 02:41:03 AM »
What is our current blitz ratio at? 50%? I know you prefer not to up it too much, should we up that to around 65%? Whilst we are on the topic, is it possible to adjust our stratedgy to have a higher blitz in certain periods of the game? For example, if we are down in the scorecards, or if they put out a back up QB, or we're having our way with their o-line? Is this something you already implement?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 21, 2019, 02:54:46 PM »
Ok, coach. I think we got what we needed from the showcase! Las Vegas next. Any adjustments required? Do we dial up the pressure on Shelley?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 20, 2019, 02:30:05 AM »
Ok, thanks coach. I'll leave you to focus on the rest of the rookie showcase.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 18, 2019, 03:41:14 AM »
How feasible is the weight gain? Good to know what areas we can work on though to take his development to the next level.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 17, 2019, 03:03:48 PM »
We'll get him working his hands in the off season too, help him round out his game. Whilst we are on the topic of retaining players and player development, the majority of our d-line is on their contract year. I'll be doing what I can to retain them, as I like all three players, but I do have a couple of questions. I really like Cervantes, love his production, but do we suffer somewhat with our run defence due to his size? How is LaMelo developing? Given his size and athleticism, is he a future DE for us in the 3-4, or could we explore developing him into our DT of the future given Jackson, out of the three, is the one who will first hit a decline in his abilities.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 17, 2019, 01:57:22 PM »
Do we still lack a deep threat though? Or can Mac provide that for us?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 17, 2019, 11:32:15 AM »
Agreed. I feel like he will get the best out of some of our younger WR's too. Whilst discussing WR's, do you feel a replacement for Randolph is abosultely required if we are looking for a successful season? I've held talks over bringing in another WR, but the price is high at the moment. I like Randolph too, I'd like to retain him for next season, but obviously bringing another player would make that less likely.

(#3) Francis Ngannou vs Cain Velasquez - 1st Round TKO
(#10) James Vick vs Paul Felder - 3rd Round Decision
(#11) Cortney Casey vs (#12) Cynthia Calvillo - 3rd round Decision
Alex Cacerces vs Kron Gracie - 3rd Round Decision
Vincente Luque vs Byran Barberena - 2nd Round Submission
Andre Fili vs Myles Jury - 3rd round DECISION

Bonus Fight: (#5) Jimmie Rivera vs (#7) Aljamain Sterling - 1st Round Submission

FOTN: Vick vs. Felder
POTN: Ngannu, Luque, & Sterling

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 16, 2019, 04:27:36 AM »
I think it is the best way to go, we've all got plenty of time between seasons to rest and relax. I don't have too much to discuss, it was close game, but a disappointing loss, there were some upsides, and the losses for us this season have come against the two teams in the Impact Bowl last season, so we can't be too disappointed. How do you feel the game went?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 14, 2019, 07:41:04 AM »
Talk about last weeks game.

It was a really close game this week, they widened the score in the 4th quarter, but really the margins between us were quite minimal. That being said, I can't decide whether I am happy with that or not. On one hand, we have had a few changes and obviously now have Sullivan at the helm, who will need to settle into the team and our system. They are also Rapid City, one of the most dominant teams in HIFL over the past few seasons. On the other hand, they have been poor this season. I don't know, I hate losing, but I can't decide whether it being competitive or not is a positive. Regardless, we improvement in our passing game, we saw a glimpse of what Christian is going to bring to us, decrease the number of drops, and the penalties, and it would have been a far better performance on paper from the team. Defensively, I thought we could have done better in the third, the Ralph Brown touchdown was preventable, and prior to those plays, we hadn't really given much up. Their yardage, and yards gained per pass shot up in that 4th quarter, and we only have ourselves to blame. I think we ran out of steam, it was a phsyical fight in the first half, and perhaps being the travelling team took its toll. Either way, we lost a game that we shouldn't have, especially not by the margin that we did.

What are your thoughts on Hilton Keegan and others skipping this Rookie Showcase and committing to either the XFL or AAF?

They will end up in the HIFL one way or another. Some people prefer to be a small fish, in a tiny pond. And for questions about loyalty and the league not being market driven and treat like a business, what are these players expecting? Yes, they may get love from presumably a low number of fans that actually watch these leagues, and they will get job security because no one else wants to play there, but what if that leads to growth in the league? Once the fans start watching, and caring, and money starts flowing, they will be treat no different than players in the HIFL. Loyalty is shown in abundance in this league, but at the same time, everyone has a job to do, and if they don't do it, they lose it. I have had to make the unfortunate decision to cut players, and to trade players that I liked, that I respected, but I have a job to do. It's always a tough decision, to choose between your responsibility to the fans and your team, and your fondness for a player or coach. We've seen more situations where a player will put their personal wealth before loyalty, so what is the difference? The more these young guys expect to be cradled and protected, the weaker they become, and the weaker they are, the less likely they are to succeed in their professional career.

What are you hoping to gain from this weeks Showcase?

We have always been a team that invests in the draft, so this has become our first step in that process. It's great that we get a good sense of who these players are as well as what they can achieve on the field.

What did you schedule for your players during the bye week? Training or a week off?

I am a firm believer in never letting you're foot off the pedal.

Talk about anything else on your mind in reference to the league/sport.

Outside of the showcase and preparations for Las Vegas, I have nothing else on my mind.

OOC Boards / Re: HIFL Wagering League
« on: February 14, 2019, 06:51:59 AM »
$50 on Cleveland
$50 on Charlotte

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:57:26 AM »
Ok, thanks Coach. Here are the team notes for this week:

Amended Master Depth Chart

QB1 - Christian Sullivan
QB2 - Julius Irvin

TE1 - Larry Herzog
TE2 - Jonas Alley

WR1 - Stefano Armani
WR2 - Mac Richard
WR3 - Floyd Glover
WR4 - Robert Hitt
WR5 - Tommy White

C1 - Micah Cates
C2 - Ezequiel Hall

LB1 - Samuel Chow
LB2 - Jared Garza
LB3 - Christopher Prado
LB4 - Mario Vance
LB5 - Roger Pullen


General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 11, 2019, 03:51:05 AM »
That is what we are all working for Christian, and I believe bringing you on board will really elevate our franchise toward acheiving that goal. If you haven't met everyone yet, I'll arrange for Selina to give you a tour of the place, introduce you to the coaching staff and players. Thanks Christian.


Selina, can you make sure Christian gets shown around and introduced, if that hasn't already occured. Also, can you call in Coach Rhodes. Thanks.


Coach, I screwed up big with that paperwork mis-hap, its not ideal losing Huerta and Williams, but I still think we are stronger now with Sullivan on board. I think Alley could add some more strength to our o-line when we run the two TE set, but I was sad to see Gene leave. On to Sullivan though, we adapted to a faster tempo a few weeks ago, I feel this suits Sullivan, and maintaining our balanced approach with Sullivans arm should now make us a duel threat, although it is unlikely that we will be able to bring in a replacement for Randolph. Do you feel any adjustments are needed?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 10, 2019, 04:56:46 PM »
I agree, three years is a long time, but you will be competing for that starting spot. Keep working hard and developing under our coaching staff, and we will assess the starting position each season. Thanks Julius.

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Selina, can you call in Christian Sullivan please.

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Christian, welcome to Miami! Something I was hoping I got to say a lot earlier in the season, but we are glad to finally get you in a Killer Whale jersey! How are you feeling? How are the ribs?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 10, 2019, 01:41:49 PM »
Thanks Selina. Everything should now be above aboard. Can you call in Julius Irvin please.


Julius, apologies for keeping you waiting. A lot of business to attend to that ultimately falls down to a mistake on my part. I wanted to speak with you after bringing Sullivan on board, as this will mean a step back for you in your involvement for us this season. I made a mistake this off season and pre season in not having a clear direction for you and our offence. I still believe you have a bright future here and working with Sullivan is only going to help improve your game. We believe you just need a little more time developing in the pro system.

League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: February 10, 2019, 01:25:22 PM »
Miami send Joe Bankston to Boca Raton Beach Party.

Miami sign Robert Hitt to a 1 year contract at $250K.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 10, 2019, 02:31:29 AM »
I appreciate your hesitation Selina. The intention would be to send Joe Bankston to Boca Raton along with confirming the new contract. I would do this prior to signing another player but given the league requirement of having a minimum roster of five wide receivers, Iím hesitant to make that move until I have someone to fill that gap.

Forum Games / Re: UFC 234: Whittaker vs. Gastelum (Feb. 10) | UFC Pick Ems
« on: February 09, 2019, 05:22:01 PM »
How has he got a hernia post weight cut?! UFC has far too many injury prone champs.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 09, 2019, 11:00:07 AM »
Thanks for letting me know Selina, I have actioned the paperwork to see that trade go through. Whilst I have you, can you Mr Shapiro on the line regarding his client Robert Hitt.


Bobby, we'd like to bring Robert Hitt on board for the rest of the season. Can we agree to a 1 year, $250K contract.

Forum Games / Re: UFC 234: Whittaker vs. Gastelum (Feb. 10) | UFC Pick Ems
« on: February 09, 2019, 07:47:20 AM »
Middleweight Title: Robert Whittaker (C) vs (#4) Kelvin Gastelum - 5th Round Split Decision
(#6) Isreal Adesanya vs (#15) Anderson Silva - 1st Round TKO
(#15)Rani Yahya vs Ricky Simon - 1st Round Submission
(#14) Montana De La Rosa vs Nadia Kassem - 2nd Round Submission
Jimmy Crute vs Sam Alvey - 3rd Round Decision

FotN: Crute vs Alvey
PotN: Adesanya & Yahya

League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE IV
« on: February 09, 2019, 04:30:09 AM »
Miami trade Eugene Huerta to the Spanish national team for $1.5MM in bonus money.

Miami send Quinn Sumner to Boca Raton Beach Party.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: February 08, 2019, 02:41:17 AM »
Thank you for informing me of the violation. I am working towards resolving the issue as we speak.

High Impact Football League Information / Re: TRADE DISCUSSIONS
« on: February 07, 2019, 11:14:18 AM »
Miami trade:

Gene Williams

Oakland trade:

Jonas Alley
S12 7th Round Pick

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