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  1. A little injury tracking tip.

    Some of you may have figured this out, but an easy way to figure out who's moving in and out of the lineup each week is to do this:

    1. After your game is played for the week (Let's call it Week 7 as an example), go to "Player Availability" and sort it on Week 7.
    2. Now sort Player Availability on the upcoming week, so Week 8.

    What you'll see now is that roster first presents those who are out on both Week 7 and Week 8 (0's in both columns). You can ...
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  2. Down for a moment. Back up soon.

    (Looks out at audience, then at the teleprompter.)

    Something broke. We'll be back up soon.





    It was a short press release. The bottom line is that we're working on it. A change to some code caused a minor explosion and fire in Sector 3G and we're getting it under control.
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  3. Unlimited Free Agency is about to close in the Chiefs1 and Raiders1 leagues.

    It looks like the free agency signings are dying down in those leagues. We'll give it a little more time for last-minute signings. Theen as next steps, you'll

    1. Cut your roster to 53 players.
    2. We'll then have a short limited free agency period where you can bid on players who were cut from other rosters.
    3. When that ends, we'll turn on the depth charts and game planning modules and get ready to start the season.
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  4. A reminder for free agency

    If your league is signing free agents, be sure to get some depth at RB and DL. There are fatigue rules that affect these positions if you trot the same guys out for 100 percent of plays.
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  5. The Bengals1 League draft is back up.

    A variable did something that a variable shouldn't do, like Jim Marshall returning that fumble the wrong way. The variable has been re-educated and the draft is back up.
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