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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2200 on: September 12, 2021, 11:50:41 AM »
S14/15 OFFSEASON






AFTER TRADE TO CANCUN, WR LAVAR JACKSON JR ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES AFTER ATTEMPTING TO BRING NARCOTICS THROUGH CUSTOMS ON THE WAY INTO MEXICO!   

LaVar Jackson jr. has been arrested in Mexico by federal police after attempting to bring an entire suitcase of synthetic opioids into the country. 

Mexican Federales arrested Jackson after his bag was searched going through customs.  Jackson's reported reason for having the suitcase full of illegal fentanyl was said to be "I thought that stuff was legal here." which clearly was not a good enough excuse for law enforcement who seized the luggage and escorted Jackson to a Mexican jail.

How Jackson managed to get the suitcase out of the United States to begin with is still a mystery, but there is little hope that the wide receiver finds himself free and available to play football in the near future.



SOURCE: CLEO RICKARD (CLEOTALKSSPORTS.COM)

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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2201 on: September 12, 2021, 11:59:05 AM »
S14/15 OFFSEASON






IN A PLEA TO AVOID SERVING TIME IN MEXICAN PRISON, JACKSON STRIKES QUICK PLEA DEAL ACCEPTS 7 YEAR SENTENCE IN UNITED STATES!   

LaVar Jackson Jr's time in the HIFL is officially over as the wide receiver was sentenced in near record time this weekend after accepting a plea deal that will see the former HIFL player extradited to the United States to serve a 7 year sentence for smuggling drugs into Mexico.

Jackson's camp was quiet on all fronts, but it is clear that the receiver is now officially done with football, opening a roster spot for the Cancun Kraken who only recently traded for the career back up and son of Big Baller Brand owner LaVar Jackson.


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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2202 on: September 12, 2021, 04:55:01 PM »
S14/15 OFFSEASON






UDFA MICHAEL APPEL BACKS OUT OF DEAL WITH LUMBERJACKS AFTER RUMORS OF GM GOOCH'S DESIRE TO CHANGE HIS POSITION LEAKS   



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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2203 on: September 12, 2021, 05:59:10 PM »
S14/15 OFFSEASON







PFL'S RALEIGH RUCKUS CONTINUES TO BOLSTER O-LINE, ADDING PATRICK ORTIZ TO LINE ALREADY FEATURING HARVEY AND HAM    




SOURCE: DILLON WOJNAROWSKI (ESPN)
       

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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2204 on: September 14, 2021, 12:15:32 PM »
S15 PRE-SEASON



 




HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2024 REVEALED AS FOUR NEW MEMBERS ARE SET TO BE ENSHRINED IN CANTON HEADLINED BY SACK LEADER WAYLON HAGAN AND RUSHING LEADER JOHN "THE SURGEON" SPURGEON!   



This afternoon the HIFL Hall of Fame committee released the results from this years annual hall of fame voting period.  The committee welcomes a class of 4 players The Hall including three first-ballot hall of famers.

The Hall of Fame Committee chair, Randy Cravitch announced that this season the Committee of Peers would meet for the first time to nominate any possibly worthy candidates from the list of players and coaches no longer eligible for standard voting, giving them an opportunity to be added to the 2024 HOF class later this season. 

Here are the 2024 hall of fame voting results... let the debate begin!



DE Waylon Hagan - 93%
RB John Spurgeon - 93%
T Walter Arreola - 89%
QB Giovanni Hill - 80% (+22%)


HC Jon Rudino - 72% (+12%)
QB Steven Crawford - 63% (+13%)
WR John Pitts - 59%
LB Craig Schwartz - 59%
Commissioner Talon Wilkinson - 50% (-)
DE Mario Cavanaugh - 46% (+4%)
DT Phillip Sanderson - 39%
WR Luigi Lewis - 35%
WR Michael Hodge - 33% (+2%)
RB Christopher Allen - 30% (-20%)
G Paul Schmitt - 28% (-7%)
WR Joseph Dobbins - 24% (+12%)
HC Benson Stark - 24% (+5%)
CB Jerald Jeffries - 22%
WR Jonathan Johnson - 20% (+1%)
LB Gary Hunter - 20% (+1%)
FS Carl Thigpen - 17%  (-2%)
T Josue Luce - 17%
WR Xavier Best - 13% (-6%)
LB John Maxfield - 13% (+1%)
LB Chris Blevins - 13% (-22%)

Players Receiving Fewer than 10% of the vote (no longer eligible for future HOF voting)
DT Clayton Salmon - 9% (-3%)
RB George Carlson - 9% (-22%)
P Hatomi Aoki - 9% (-6%)
LB Brian Zapata - 9%
QB Michael May - 4% (-8%)
SS John Cope - 4% (-15%)
SS Thomas Richards - 4%
G Austin Wertz - 4%
T Noah Rose - 4%
DT David Cain - 4% (-8%)
FS Gary Godfrey - 4%


DID NOT RECEIVE VOTES (players receiving votes last cycle)
DE Christopher Chalmers - 0% (-12%)
LB Matthew Alvarado - 0% (-12%)




SOURCE: RICH EISEN (HIFL.COM)
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Re: HIFL NEWS
« Reply #2205 on: September 20, 2021, 12:46:30 AM »
S15 TRAINING CAMP






TOTTENHAM LOSE DONALD YOUNT TO RETIREMENT AFTER LINEBACKER DISCOVERS PASSION FOR VICTORIAN ART DURING OFF-DAY TOUR!   


LONDON -- The Tottenham Bats entered training camp with a full roster but find themselves one man down prior to the official start to the season after linebacker Donald Yount, a second year player who signed last season as an undrafted free agent out of the University of South Carolina last season, announced his decision to retire from football citing a new found love for Victorian Era art and culture.

"We took a day off from camp to get some culture and we toured this crazy Victorian Art museum and I realized while I looked at those amazing works of art that I didn't love football, I just liked it." said Yount on his social media accounts. "..what I really love, what I truly need is Victorian art, so while I'm glad I made $750K last season, I'd rather use that money to collect what makes me happy instead of breaking my body to make more money doing something that I only 'like'..."

With Yount gone from the roster Tottenham gains a flex position to fill during the lead up to week one of the regular season, but fortunately for the club, it was unlikely that Yount would have been much of a contributor off of the bench.


SOURCE: JIM ZEBOW (BLEACHER REPORT)