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2011 NFL Offseason: Detroit Lions

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2011 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
RB Jerome Harrison, RB Mike Bell, C Rudy Niswanger, DE Keyunta Dawson, OLB Justin Durant, ILB Stephen Tulloch, CB Eric Wright, S Erik Coleman, S Michael Johnson.
Early Draft Picks:
DT Nick Fairley, WR Titus Young, RB Mikel Leshoure, OLB Doug Hogue.
Offseason Losses:
WR Bryant Johnson, DE Turk McBride, OLB Julian Peterson, OLB Jordon Dizon.

2011 Detroit Lions Offense:
Poor Matthew Stafford. The football gods just won't let him play. After an injury-plagued rookie campaign, Stafford was knocked out in the opener against the Bears in which the Lions looked like they were going to prevail. Stafford tried to come back in November, but hurt his shoulder again and was sidelined for the rest of the season.

Stafford is healthy now, but not for long. His top three offensive tackles, Jeff Backus, Gosder Cherilus and Jason Fox, are all injured. Backus, who was responsible for that injury in the opener, has a torn chest muscle and is currently on the active/PUP list. Cherilus, who was mediocre in 2010, is coming off microfracture surgery on his knee. Fox has has some upside, but suffered a foot injury during training camp.

It's a good thing Detroit is better in the interior, though that could be by default. Rob Sims and Stephen Peterman are very good guards, but center Dominic Raiola should have been upgraded this offseason.

It really is a shame that Stafford hasn't been given much of a chance. He has a howitzer arm and is surrounded by a plethora of talent to post monstrous stats. Calvin Johnson packed on 10 pounds of muscle this offseason and has been enjoying the best training camp of his life. He could top 1,500 receiving yards if Stafford stays healthy.

Stafford will also look more often to Brandon Pettigrew, who had somewhat of a breakout sophomore campaign with Shaun Hill under center. Pettigrew notched 71 receptions for 722 yards and four touchdowns; the latter number expected to rise, of course, if Stafford can stay healthy.

The rest of the receiving corps is comprised of Nate Burleson (55 catches, 625 yards, 6 TDs in 2010) and second-round rookie Titus Young. Young has blazing speed as he demonstrated in the Senior Bowl, but he hasn't been able to practice at training camp because of a leg injury.

Detroit spent another second-round selection on running back Mikel Leshoure, who unfortunately tore his Achilles tendon at training camp. Leshoure was supposed to serve as a power-back complement to the electrifying but fragile Jahvid Best. Best demonstrated what he was capable of against Philadelphia in Week 2 (232 total yards, three touchdowns) before suffering through two turf toes for the rest of the season. Best is now healthy, though that's far from a lock to last very long.



2011 Detroit Lions Defense:
The Lions shocked the football world when they used the No. 13 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft on defensive tackle Nick Fairley. Projected to go No. 1 overall at some point by a few draft analysts, Fairley fell because of motivational and character concerns. There was also the fact that he was a one-year wonder at Auburn, though he dominated the line of scrimmage in that one season.

Fairley was a value choice and will form a powerful duo with Ndamukong Suh if he can stay healthy. Fairley has a stress fracture in his foot at the moment, but it's believed that he'll be able to play in the opener. If not, it'll be Corey Williams, a talented interior pass-rusher who defends the run almost as well. Either way, Suh will have a damn good partner in crime. Suh notched an eye-popping 10 sacks as a rookie. He was very good, but he struggled a bit against the run. That could change now that he has a year of experience under his belt, though the Bengals made it a point to run right at him in the preseason opener.

With Suh, Fairley and Williams collapsing the pocket, it'll open things up even more for ends Kyle Vanden Bosch and Cliff Avril. Vanden Bosch had just four sacks in 11 games, but is the leader of the locker room. Avril, meanwhile collected 8.5 sacks from the blind side.

Detroit's back seven was its downfall last year, but that has changed, at least in part, because of two upgrades in the linebacking corps. The big signing was Stephen Tulloch, one of the more talented players at his position. Tulloch will be stationed in the middle next to weakside linebacker DeAndre Levy, who started 11 games as an NFL sophomore in 2010 and was very solid. The other free-agent addition was strongside linebacker Justin Durant, who specialized in run support for Jacksonville.

The secondary is still a concern, however. The Lions' 25th-ranked pass defense figures to improve because of a stronger front seven, but it's still an area of huge weakness.

It was rumored that Detroit would sign a top-flight cornerback like Johnathan Joseph, but all the team managed to acquire was Eric Wright. A former Brown, Wright was a pretty solid corner a couple of seasons ago, but has lost his confidence ever since. He's still an upgrade over Alphonso Smith and Nathan Vasher across from Chris Houston, who held his own despite the fact that he was utilized as a No. 1 corner.

The Lions will be better on the back end because free safety Louis Delmas is healthy again. Delmas played all of last year with a painful groin injury, but he's now 100 percent after offseason surgery. He'll start next to strong safety Amari Speivey, a converted corner who performed adequately in 2010 despite being a third-round rookie.



2011 Detroit Lions Schedule and Intangibles:
The Lions have one of the worst home-field advantages in the NFL, owning a horrendous 53-67 record since 1996. But that's nothing compared to their 22-98 road mark during that span. That's the league's worst visiting record the past 15 years. In fact, prior to a victory over the Buccaneers in Week 15, the Lions hadn't won a road game since Oct. 28, 2007.

In the five years prior to 2010, the Lions didn't have a single real special-teams touchdown (the only one was a fluke score by Casey Fitzsimmons off an onsides kick). Even worse, they had given up NINE returns. Well, the latter figure is now up to 11, but Detroit at least scored. This happened when stud return specialist Stefan Logan took a kickoff back to the house.

Jason Hanson just turned 41 in October. Despite this, he drilled 12-of-14 attempts in eight games last year, including 3-of-4 from 50-plus. Unfortunately, Hanson suffered a sprain MCL in 2010, so his body might take too long to recover.

Punter Nick Harris did a good job last season, maintaining a 44.6 average, although he did pin the opposition inside the 20-yard line just 24 times in 90 tries.

If the Lions can win in Tampa again, they could start 3-0 because they have the Chiefs (home) and Vikings (road) after that. Detroit's non-divisional schedule as a whole is pretty easy; other cupcake foes include Oakland, San Francisco, Denver and Carolina. Unfortunately, they have to deal with the Packers and Bears twice each.



2011 Detroit Lions Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2011 Detroit Lions Analysis: Expectations are high in Detroit for the first time in a long while. And for good reason - the front office has assembled an enormous amount of talent.

Injuries are going to decide whether the Lions make the playoffs for the first time since 1999. Matthew Stafford, Jahvid Best, the starting tackles, Nick Fairley and even Jason Hanson all have major medical question marks. If they can all stay on the field, Detroit could be playing deep into January. And if not? Well, Lions fans know how that works.

Projection: 10-6 (Tied 2nd in NFC North)


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Packer Backer 04-29-2011 11:11 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.226 (total posts: 1)
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Our rivals in the Motor City are having one heck of a 2011 NFL Draft - at least on paper. I understand taking DT Nick Fairley (Auburn) when he was unexpectabtly available at #13 but I still think the best way for the franchise to have moved forward would have been to draft CB Prince Amukamara or one of the top flight LTs such as Nate Solder (Colorado). There is no doubt that the Lions are headed in the correct direction for the first time since the HC Wayne Fonts era.
RJC Lions 04-29-2011 10:37 pm xxx.xxx.xxx9.79 (total posts: 13)
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Loving these picks so far but where are the damn O-line man? Free agency will be big for the Lions to get some linebackers and corners.
John 04-29-2011 10:34 pm xxx.xxx.xxx88.9 (total posts: 2)
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Gambling on Fairley, the other two are solid...

BUT WHERE IS THE O-LINE FIX?
Nick Zimmer 04-29-2011 10:34 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.243 (total posts: 1)
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I loved Nick Fairley. Schwartz dealt with Haynesworth well in Tennessee, and with Vanden Bosch there to keep him in line as a veteran leader, I'm not very concerned with Fairley's work ethic concerns. Suh and Fairley will be ridiculous together, and free agents are going to start wanting to play for Detroit.

I didn't like the Titus Young pick at first, but he's pretty much a perfect fit. Burleson is more suited in the slot, and Young will draw safeties off of Megatron. So it won't just be he who helps Detroit - he'll make all of their receivers better too.

No idea how Leshoure was available so late, but he is a perfect compliment to Best, and if the Lions can improve in run blocking, this could be a very scary team.

Also, anybody else think that the lack of cornerbacks or linebackers means that the Lions are going to break the bank on Asomugha or Tulloch?
Bob L 04-29-2011 09:44 pm xxx.xxx.xxx2.24 (total posts: 3)
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Guess this means no Ochocinco in D-town. Oh well. Was hoping Carter or Ayers would fall to them, but looks like they plan to get LB and CB in FA (whenever that is).

Judging from Tulloch's tweets, I think he would be fine with a move to Detroit. Asomugha will have too great of a price tag, so no clue what the plans for CB are.

On Fairley, think of it this way: if he works out, the Lions have a surplus of good D-linemen. Some will look better then they actually are because of Suh. To me that equals excellent trade bait down the line.
M 04-29-2011 09:35 pm xxx.xxx.xxx7.73 (total posts: 2)
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Oh and to talk about the DB's. Speivey switched from CB to S halfway through the season, he's still learning and if we sign a decent Free Agent (Jonathan Joseph?) Then Chris Houston can be the #2 and Alphonso Smith can be the Nickel. BAM your CB's just got better. Nathan Vasher wasn't horrible and Aaron Berry will be healthy. Shoot we won 4 in a row with Nathan Vasher and......who? at corner.
Brandon 04-29-2011 09:34 pm xxx.xxx.xxx1.43 (total posts: 1)
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The Lions needed an every down back... Jahvid Best is a Reggie Bush type running back, not an every down back.

Titus Young will play on the outside, Nate Burleson is the slot receiver on this team. Titus Young will draw safeties away from Calvin Johnson with his speed.

Imagine trying to run the ball against a 5 man front of VandenBosh, Williams, Hill, Fairley, and Suh. Tell me that isn't the best short yardage dline in the league. And what are the chances Cliff Avril sees some time as a line backer like at Purdue? What about Suh as a defensive end in the mold of a Reggie White? Everyone talks about a 3 man rotation of Suh, Fairly and Williams at DT... well what about Hill? Hill is a stud and needs to be in that 3 man rotation. Either Williams is going to get cut or Suh will move to DE.
M 04-29-2011 09:25 pm xxx.xxx.xxx7.73 (total posts: 2)
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So having the 6th best pass protecting O-line, while being the 3rd most passing team in the NFL and we "NEED" O-line? Horse crap. Good draft so far. Titus was projected to be a 1st rounder at one point, Leshoure was a steal that low. VALUE>NEED! Look at Pitt they NEED a CB but haven't drafted one yet.
Justin 04-29-2011 09:24 pm xxx.xxx.xxx9.33 (total posts: 1)
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People are stupid to question mayhew, honestly. Running back was a need, wr was a need. Don't deviate from your strategy, especially when so far it's worked wonders. I'd love to see Detroit draft a tackle or a corner or a linebacker. Because that would mean they'd found someone who they felt was the best player available and could come in and make an impact. Good thing is when they draft a wr or a rb or a dt, I know they felt this was the best football player they could get.
Jeff 04-29-2011 09:23 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.246 (total posts: 3)
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Tony - I know this... What I was saying is... Detroit can fill NEEDS with FA what they dont get in the draft.... If we dont get a LB in the draft, we can still get players out of FA once they become available...
BS 04-29-2011 09:14 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.133 (total posts: 4)
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If you think we can pick up 2 starting CBs, two starting OLBs, a starting SS, and try to at least plan for the future by picking up a couple decent OL to replace Raiola and Backus all in free agency you are NUTS!
BS 04-29-2011 09:07 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.133 (total posts: 4)
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Dear TC,

Half our defense wouldn't make the practice squad on a playoff team. About the same could be said for our offense. We draft a WR and RB early in every draft and they last MAYBE two seasons. Has history tought us nothing?
Tony 04-29-2011 09:03 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.31 (total posts: 2)
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Jeff - FA aren't in place. They aren't allowed to even contact players let alone discuss commitments to a team. So, there for none of the needs are filled period.

Still need OLB and CB REALLY BAD.
TCMotown 04-29-2011 08:58 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.190 (total posts: 1)
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Dear BS,
That is why Mayhew is a NFL GM and you have a job with your name sewn on your shirt...
Jeff 04-29-2011 08:54 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.246 (total posts: 3)
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People are forgetting that normally we already have our FA's in place prior to the draft... Stay true to your board. Get your Rookie's in line and then go hard at the players you want in FA... You are mad that Detroit hasnt gotten a LB?? Can you say Paul Posluszny?? Dont Fret about Need... It will all come together in the end!! GO LIONS!!!





2011 NFL Draft Grades:

I think I'm the only person in America who didn't like Detroit's draft.

Look, I understand the allure of drafting Nick Fairley No. 13. He was supposedly the top player available, and was once a candidate to go No. 1 overall. But there's a reason why he slipped - he's a 1-year wonder and has work ethic issues. I'm VERY concerned that he's going to use most of his signing bonus to buy doughnuts, Cheetos and Oreos, and eventually balloon up to 350 pounds. JUCO transfers have an extremely high bust rate in the NFL. Fairley is not someone I would have drafted in the top 20. Maybe I'm wrong, and maybe he'll be a perennial Pro Bowler, but I have my concerns.

The Lions had only five selections. I loved two of them. However, Detroit did not address the cornerback or left tackle positions, so Martin Mayhew will have to go after Nnamdi Asomugha in free agency. I don't know how he'll improve Matthew Stafford's protection.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: C+



2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

13. Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
All Matt Millen did was pick receivers. Now, all the Lions do is acquire high-priced defensive tackles.

I don't like this pick much. Fairley is a one-year wonder with work ethic issues. I don't like the idea of paying him a ton of money in a rookie signing bonus. Plus, passing up Prince Amukamara and Jimmy Smith is pretty questionable. (Pick Grade: C)

44. Titus Young, WR, Boise State
Titus Young is exactly what the Lions need on offense, outside of a left tackle. He's eventually going to draw some attention away from Calvin Johnson. In the meantime, he'll contribute right away on punt returns. I really like this pick. (Pick Grade: A)

57. Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois
Even though the Lions had to trade up to this spot, I love this pick. How did Mikel Leshoure fall this far? Leshoure provides great value at No. 57 and will fill a need as a big back complement for Jahvid Best. (Pick Grade: A)

157. Doug Hogue, OLB, Syracuse
I thought the Lions would address the linebacker position earlier than this. Doug Hogue fills a major need, but I feel like there were better linebackers available. (Pick Grade: C)

209. Johnny Culbreath, OT, South Carolina State
A developmental tackle. Jeff Backus is entering his contract year, so the Lions will finally be forced to find a new left tackle next year. (Pick Grade: B)





Season Summary:
The Lions played most of the 2010 season without starting quarterback Matthew Stafford. Yet, they were able to finish 6-10, with seven of their 10 defeats decided by one score. If Stafford can stay healthy, Detroit will make a run at the playoffs next year.




Offseason Moves:
  • Lions sign S Michael Johnson
  • Lions sign C Rudy Niswanger
  • Lions sign RB Jerome Harrison
  • Lions sign RB Mike Bell
  • Lions sign DE Keyunta Dawson
  • Lions re-sign OLB Bobby Carpenter
  • Lions sign WR Maurice Stovall
  • Saints sign DE Turk McBride
  • Lions sign ILB Stephen Tulloch
  • Lions re-sign CB Chris Houston
  • Lions re-sign C Dylan Gandy
  • Lions sign CB Eric Wright
  • Lions cut OLB Jordon Dizon
  • Lions sign WR Rashied Davis
  • Lions sign OLB Justin Durant
  • Lions re-sign QB Drew Stanton
  • Lions cut WR Bryant Johnson
  • Lions tender FB Jerome Felton
  • Lions tender DT Andre Fluellen
  • Lions cut OLB Julian Peterson
  • Lions re-sign DE Cliff Avril
  • Lions sign SS Erik Coleman
  • Lions cut CB Eric King


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Two Outside Linebackers: Detroit has informed Julian Peterson that he will be released because of his $8 million salary. His mediocre play might also be a reason. Meanwhile, Zack Follett is coming off a devastating injury and may not be ready to play for a while. The Lions will consider Akeem Ayers with the No. 13 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Signed Stephen Tulloch and Justin Durant; drafted Doug Hogue

    2. Cornerback: Make this two corners if the Lions don't re-sign Chris Houston. Prince Amukamara will be the choice if he somehow falls to the 13th pick. Detroit will probably have to address this position in the second round. Re-signed Chris Houston; signed Eric Wright

    3. Left Tackle/Right Tackle: Jeff Backus didn't have a bad year overall, but he was responsible for Julius Peppers knocking out Matthew Stafford in the season opener. Backus would be better served at right tackle. Unfortunately, this tackle class is awful, so the Lions will have to wait until Day 2 of the 2011 NFL Draft to address this problem. Drafted Johnny Culbreath

    4. Center: The Lions have some major holes up front - including the center position, occupied by Dominic Raiola. By the way, I'm not listing the guard position as one of the needs; Stephen Peterman sucked last year because he played with a foot injury. He'll be better in 2011. Signed Rudy Niswanger

    5. Strong Safety: C.C. Brown started eight games for the Lions in 2010. Converted corner Amari Spievey was the other option, but he's probably better suited playing nickel. A Day 2 pick might be spent on an upgrade. Signed Erik Coleman

    6. Power Running Back: Detroit will be looking for a runner to help in goal-line situations. Mikel Leshoure is out for the year with a torn Achilles. Drafted Mikel Leshoure

    7. Wide Receiver: Can you imagine how potent Detroit's offense would be if it found a reliable No. 2 wideout across from Calvin Johnson? Drafted Titus Young; signed Rashied Davis








    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Stephen Tulloch, ILB, Titans. Age: 26.
      Signed with Lions (1 year, $3.25 million)

      Stephen Tulloch is a stud. At only 26 years old, he's one of the top 4-3 middle linebackers in the NFL. He's going to receive a huge contract this offseason.

    2. Eric Wright, CB, Browns. Age: 26.
      Signed with Lions

      Eric Wright is physically talented, but has regressed each season in the NFL. He's still young though, so maybe he can turn his career around elsewhere.

    3. Justin Durant, OLB, Jaguars. Age: 25.
      Signed with Lions (2 years)

      Justin Durant is a quality weakside linebacker, but is frequently injured.

    4. Jerome Harrison, RB, Eagles. Age: 28.
      Signed with Lions

      Remember that torrid stretch Jerome Harrison enjoyed at the end of the 2009 season? It's amazing that he started only three games this year. Harrison is a very effective second running back.

    5. Erik Coleman, SS, Falcons. Age: 29. -- Signed with Lions (1 year)
    6. Keyunta Dawson, DE, Colts. Age: 25. -- Signed with Lions
    7. Rashied Davis, WR, Bears. Age: 32. -- Signed with Lions (1 year)
    8. Rudy Niswanger, C, Chiefs. Age: 28. -- Signed with Lions
    9. Michael Johnson, S, Giants. Age: 27. -- Signed with Lions
    10. Mike Bell, RB, Browns. Age: 28. -- Signed with Lions
    11. Maurice Stovall, WR, Buccaneers. Age: 26. -- Signed with Lions



    Detroit Lions Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. Cliff Avril (RFA), DE, Lions. Age: 25.
      Re-signed with Lions (1 year, $2.6 million)

      Cliff Avril is a tremendous pass-rusher - 8.5 sacks in 13 games - but he's a liability against the run.

    2. Chris Houston, CB, Lions. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Lions

      Chris Houston can't be a No. 1 corner. The Lions might be able to get away with him being a starter across from someone more talented, however.

    3. Kevin Smith, RB, Lions. Age: 24.
      Kevin Smith has some talent, but can't seem to stay healthy. The Central Florida coaching staff ruined his NFL career by giving him 450 carries in his senior year.

    4. Turk McBride, DE, Lions. Age: 26.
      Signed with Saints

      A decent rotational lineman for the Lions, Turk McBride recorded five sacks in 2010.

    5. Julian Peterson, OLB, Lions. Age: 33.
    6. Landon Johnson, OLB, Lions. Age: 30.
    7. Drew Stanton, QB, Lions. Age: 27. -- Re-signed with Lions (1 year)
    8. Jordon Dizon, OLB, Lions. Age: 25.
    9. Ashlee Palmer, OLB, Lions. Age: 25.
    10. Bobby Carpenter, OLB, Lions. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Lions
    11. Zack Follett (ERFA), OLB, Lions. Age: 24. -- Tendered by Lions
    12. C.C. Brown, S, Lions. Age: 28.
    13. Corey Hilliard, OT, Lions. Age: 26.
    14. Bryant Johnson, WR, Lions. Age: 30.
    15. Maurice Leggett, CB, Lions. Age: 24.
    16. Tye Hill, CB, Lions. Age: 29.
    17. Andre Fluellen (RFA), DT, Lions. Age: 26. -- Tendered by Lions
    18. Brandon McDonald, CB, Lions. Age: 26.
    19. Jerome Felton (RFA), FB, Lions. Age: 25. -- Tendered by Lions
    20. Vinny Ciurciu, ILB, Lions. Age: 31.
    21. Caleb Campbell (ERFA), OLB, Lions. Age: 26.
    22. Dylan Gandy, C, Lions. Age: 29. -- Re-signed with Lions (2 years)
    23. Jared DeVries, DE, Lions. Age: 35.
    24. Eric King, CB, Lions. Age: 29.
    25. Brian Clark, WR, Lions. Age: 27.
    26. Copeland Bryan, DE, Lions. Age: 28.
    27. Zack Follett, OLB, Lions. Age: 24.


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    Divisional Rival History:
    Chicago Bears: Take out a bizarre 2007 season where the Lions somehow swept the Bears, and Chicago has won 10 straight in this rivalry.
    Green Bay Packers: The Packers have won 18 of the last 21 meetings. Detroit beat Green Bay at home in 2010, but Aaron Rodgers missed half the game.
    Minnesota Vikings: Pure domination. The Vikings have somehow won 21 of the past 24 meetings.



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    5. Daily updates on free-agent signings


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