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CLEVELAND -- The Indians closed out their relationship with Chris Perez. Bronson Kaufusi Ravens Jersey . The team released the colorful closer Thursday following a season in which he performed below his All-Star abilities, got arrested and surrendered his job in the final week as Cleveland tried to clinch a playoff spot. Also, the Indians re-signed veteran slugger Jason Giambi, who provided leadership last season along with some clutch hits. A two-time All-Star, Perez spent five seasons in Cleveland. And while he saved 124 games, Perez often was at the centre of turmoil that overshadowed his pitching. He angered Indians fans last season for saying they didnt support the team like they should, and he rankled Clevelands front office by criticizing trades and stating the Indians werent spending enough to win. "We just finished out team meetings and made the determination that Chris was not a fit on our roster," general manager Chris Antonetti said in announcing Perezs release. In June, Perez was arrested after drug agents followed a package containing marijuana to his home in Rocky River, Ohio. He and his wife pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge. Perez, who was never shy about voicing his opinion on any subject, didnt talk to the media for months before breaking his silence on the final day of the regular season in Minnesota when the Indians secured a wild-card berth. Antonetti denied the notion that Perez was a distraction. "I think we were able to handle any issues," Antonetti said. "In the end, we won 92 games with him serving as our closer for the majority of the season." Perez was eligible for salary arbitration this winter, and based on his statistics and was in line for a raise from his $7.3 million salary this year. But Perezs struggles, along with his tempestuous past, resulted in the Indians cutting ties with him a day after the World Series ended. In 54 games, Perez went 5-3 with a 4.33 ERA and 25 saves in 30 attempts. But he scuffled after Aug. 1 as his ERA ballooned to 7.52 ERA and he allowed six runs in his final two appearances. Antonetti said Perez, who had a stint on the disabled list this season with a sore shoulder, is healthy and feels hell bounce back -- just not in Cleveland. "On balance, Chris was a very meaningful contributor to our teams over the last few years," Antonetti said. "He had a tough stretch at the end of the season, but all players go through ups and downs. I think Chris will respond well and pitch well for his next team." After he gave up four runs in the ninth inning of a win over Minnesota late in the season, Perez walked into manager Terry Franconas office and told him he didnt want to cost the team a possible playoff berth. Francona promptly pulled him from the closers role, and there was speculation Perez would be left off the post-season roster. However, Perez was on the active roster for the wild-card loss to Tampa Bay. With Perez gone, the Indians need a closer and will look to fill the spot internally with either Cody Allen or Bryan Shaw, two reliable relievers last year. Antonetti said the club could pursue a closer in free agency, but his preference is to use a pitcher on the roster. Giambi was a consummate team player from the moment he arrived at training camp last spring training, and the Indians were thrilled to have him back. "There is no better way to start our off-season than to re-sign Jason Giambi," said Antonetti. "He made a huge impact on our team last season." The 42-year-old, who was a finalist for Colorados managerial job last year, batted just .183 with nine homers and 31 RBIs in 71 games. But it was contributions inside Clevelands clubhouse as a mentor to the teams younger players and a conduit for Francona that helped the Indians get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Giambi also had a flair for the dramatic. He twice became the oldest player in history to hit a walk-off home run. He broke the record set by Hank Aaron on July 29 against Chicago and then bettered his own mark on Sept. 24 with a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth to beat the White Sox, a shot that helped propel the Indians to a 10-game winning streak to end the season. "When you get a guy like that, sometimes it can be once in a lifetime," Franconia said. "Hes changed people in the organization. Hes made me better. Hes made everybody he touches better. Thats a very special person." The Indians signed Giambi to a minor league contract, a deal with minimal risk in case he decides to retire. Cleveland also made a minor trade with San Diego, acquiring left-hander Colt Hynes from the Padres for cash considerations. The 28-year-old reliever spent the second half of last season with San Diego, posting a 9.00 ERA in 22 relief outings. Chris Canty Ravens Jersey . 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Along with McKinnon, other rookie runners getting some touches include Titans RB Bishop Sankey (57 YDS, 1 TD, 8 touches) and Giants RB Andre Williams (66 YDS, 1 TD, 15 carries). 3. Ravens WR Steve Smith had a monster performance (7 REC, 139 YDS, 2 TD, 10 targets) against his former team, Carolina. While Smitha€?s production has come at the expense of Torrey Smith, Ravens QB Joe Flacco (22-for-31, 327 YDs, 3 TD) cana€?t be complaining. He has a proven playmaker putting up big numbers a€“ Steve Smith ranks third in the league with 429 receiving yards and his 107.3 receiving yards per game is a career high. 4. Tight end has been quite a position for emerging talent this season. Bears TE Martellus Bennett (9 REC, 134 YDS, 11 targets) now ranks third among tight ends with 295 receiving yards. With injuries hindering the Bearsa€? wide receivers, Bennett is rising to the challenge. The only two tight ends with more receiving yards than Bennett are the expected Saints TE Jimmy Graham (340 YS) and the less-expected, Titans TE Delanie Walker (317 YDS). While wea€?re on breakthrough tight ends, Giants TE Larry Donnell (7 REC, 54 YDS, 3 TD, 8 targets) had another productive game against Washington and ranks fifth in receiving yardage at 236. 5. Chargers QB Philip Rivers (29-for-39, 377 YDS, 3 TD) continued his strong play with an expected big day against Jacksonville. Forever linked to Rivers by their draft day trade, Giants QB Eli Manning (28-for-39, 300 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT) is bouncing back after a rough start to the season. In wins over Houston and Washington the past two weeks, Manning has completed 73.1% of his passes, while throwing just one interception. 6. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (22-for-28, 302 YDS, 4 TD) got on track with a big game against the Bears and when Rodgers is on, that means good things for WR Randall Cobb (7 REC, 113 YDS, 2 TD, 9 targets) and WR Jordy Nelson (10 REC, 108 YDS, 2 TD, 12 targets). Still worth keeping an eye on rookie Davante Adams too a€“ Packers had three fantasy-relevant wideouts when James Jones was involved. 7. Colts QB Andrew Luck (29-for-41, 393 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT) has taken off in the last two weeks, throwing for eight touchdowns and 763 yards in wins over Tennessee and Jacksonville. He now leads the league in passing yards (1,305) and touchdowns (13). 8. Eagles RB LeSean McCoy (17 YDS, 10 carries) continued to struggle against San Francisco. Hea€?s gained 256 yards from scrimmage through four games, putting him at 64.0 per game, down a long way from last seasona€?s 134.1 yards per game. 9. Falcons WR Roddy White (4 REC, 73 YDS, 1 TD, 14 targets) was strangely the most-targeted receiver for QB Matt Ryan in the loss at Minnesota. It would be one thing if he was hauling in a lot of those passes thrown his way, but four of 14? Maybe look in the direction of Julio Jones a couple more times. 10. 49ers RB Frank Gore (174 YDS, 1 TD, 25 touches) isna€?t ready to cede touches in the 49ersa€? offence to rookie Carlos Hyde. Baltimore Ravens Jersey. Gore ranks 10th among running backs with 325 yards from scrimmage. 11. Raiders WR Andre Holmes (5 REC, 74 YDS, 1 TD, 12 targets) emerged as the favourite target for Raiders QBs Derek Carr and Matt McGloin in Sundaya€?s loss to Miami. That those are the two quarterback options for the Raiders obviously limit the appeal of any of their receivers, let alone a 26-year-old with 38 career catches, but ita€?s worth keeping an eye on Holmes who, at 6-foot-5, is a big target. 12. Dolphins RB Lamar Miller (67 YDs, 2 TD, 1 lost fumble, 14 touches) is holding his own as the starter with Knowshon Moreno sidelined. 13. Buccaneers WR Louis Murphy (6 REC, 99 YDS, 11 targets) emerged as a preferred target for QB Mike Glennon (21-for-42, 302 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT). With rookie WR Mike Evans hurt, Murphy has a chance to play a regular role for the Bucs, at least for the next few weeks. 14. Lions WR Golden Tate (8 REC, 116 YDS, 10 targets) was Matthew Stafforda€?s top target with Calvin Johnson (2 REC, 12 YDS, 2 targets) limited by an ankle injury. 15. Injuries continued to plague the Carolina Panthersa€? backfield. RB DeAngelo Williams (34 YDS, 11 carries) left Sundaya€?s loss to Baltimore, giving rookie Darrin Reaves an opportunity (37 YDS, 15 touches). With Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert already hurt, Reaves, an undrafted rookie out of Alabama-Birmingham, is set to start for the Panthers against Chicago next week. 16. Colts RB Trent Richardson (99 YDS, 1 TD, 24 touches) hasna€?t had a 100-yard rushing game since the ninth game of the 2012 season, but he has gained at least 80 yards from scrimmage in each of the last three games. 17. Bears RB Matt Forte (171 YDS, 28 touches) is up to third among running backs in yards from scrimmage, trailing Dallasa€? DeMarco Murray (602 YDS) and Pittsburgha€?s Lea€?Veon Bell (570 YDS). 18. Backfield timeshares: Bills RB C.J. Spiller (94 YDS, 18 touches) had a little more than Fred Jackson (85 YDS, 13 touches) Ravens RB Justin Forsett (97 YDS, 1 TD, 17 touches) and Lorenzo Taliaferro (58 YDS, 1 TD, 15 carries) were relatively balanced. Jets RB Chris Ivory (100 YDS, 19 touches) continued to decimate the value of Chris Johnson (61 YDS, 1 TD, 8 touches), though Johnsona€?s touchdown made his day worthwhile. 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