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Hi all,

We are entering our 2nd year in our 3 year keeper league and the topic of trading came up. How does it work trading keepers? Does the keeper's "contract" follow the trade? If I keep LT for 2 years & have 1 more year left and trade him does the team who gets LT get him for 1 year or 3 years? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Hi all,

We are entering our 2nd year in our 3 year keeper league and the topic of trading came up. How does it work trading keepers? Does the keeper's "contract" follow the trade? If I keep LT for 2 years & have 1 more year left and trade him does the team who gets LT get him for 1 year or 3 years? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Wrong forum.

 

However, in my keeper, once a player moves to a different owner, the time starts over.

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I've always played the opposite way. Keeper terms stick to the player, unless they are dropped to the waiver pool. Thus, the length that a player can be kept is a factor in the player's value.

 

Since it is not defined in your league rules, you're going to find yourself in a messy situation, likely with owners falling on both sides of the coin regarding how the matter should be handled.

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I've always played the opposite way. Keeper terms stick to the player, unless they are dropped to the waiver pool. Thus, the length that a player can be kept is a factor in the player's value.

 

would strongly recommend this to keep the free agent pool rich. otherwise, people will keep trading the studs to lock them up for a new term and they will never be broadly available. much more fun with absolute contracts.

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would strongly recommend this to keep the free agent pool rich. otherwise, people will keep trading the studs to lock them up for a new term and they will never be broadly available. much more fun with absolute contracts.

Thanks Big C and Tonorator, You make alot of great points.

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