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MarkB
Sun Mar 22 2020, 06:04p.m.
Mark Blume

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Current Rules:
7.1 In season trading

7.3a Trading during the Rookie Draft:
Trades may involve rookie draft picks (including next year's)

7.3b Trading during the Free Agent Draft
Trades may involve drafted rookies, next year's rookie picks, players under contract, and picks in the current Free Agent Draft.

Proposed Rules:
7.1 In Season Trading
Only picks in the next season's Rookie of Free Agent drafts can be traded. For example, during the 2020 KRFL season, only 2021 Rookie Draft picks or 2021 Free Agent Draft picks can be traded. Picks in either 2022 draft are after cannot be traded.

7.3a In Draft Trading - Rookie Draft
Trades may involve rookie draft picks in the next unstarted rookie draft only. For example, until the 2020 Rookie Draft begins, only 2020 Rookie Draft picks can be traded. Once the 2020 Rookie Draft begins, then 2021 Rookie Draft picks can be traded. But 2022 Rookie Draft Picks cannot be traded until the 2021 Rookie Draft begins.

7.3b In Draft Trading - Free Agent Draft
Trades may involve drafted rookies, rookie draft picks in the next rookie draft only, players under contract, and picks in the current Free Agent Draft. Insofar as the Rookie Draft picks, During the 2020 Free Draft, only 2021 Rookie Draft picks can be traded. Once the 2021 Rookie Draft begins, then 2022 Rookie Draft picks can be traded.


Justification: Prevent trades like http://www.aaroncraneinstitute.com/football/e107_plugins/forum/forum_post.php?rp.12741.last which I don't think are in the best interest of the league and it may prevent "Tanking" by teams.
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KRFL-BayCity
Sun Mar 22 2020, 07:39p.m.
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Bay City would support....
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noodles
Sun Mar 22 2020, 07:46p.m.
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Rolling Green supports.
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mark
Mon Mar 23 2020, 09:10a.m.
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Yes. I support
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jonwolgamuth
Mon Mar 23 2020, 09:07p.m.
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Agree with this change
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Steelers
Tue Mar 24 2020, 07:35a.m.
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Joined: Sat Jan 25 2020, 07:43p.m.

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I would oppose this amendment because we already have a trading committee which has the power to reject one sided trades. I also believe a free market is the best way to allow a team to prosper and rebuild and this amendment appears to place further restrictions on how to run your team.
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sjenk
Wed Mar 25 2020, 09:39p.m.
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Joined: Sat Mar 30 2013, 01:40a.m.

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I support.
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