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  1. Some background on my perspective, for the last 20 years I've been running, what I'll call, a Contract Auction Dynasty league. We have a rookie draft, where player salaries are slotted. And a yearly auction to fill out rosters for available players. When an owner wins a bid in the auction, he has to immediately determine how long he want to sign the player for, from 1 to 4 years. Each year comes with a signing bonus, and that signing bonus is larger for the longer you wish to keep the player. The salary cap is in place year round. We have tags so you can keep players when their
  2. FREE AGENCY 1) If teams have any cap room post-auction, should that be used as capital available for outbidding rivals for free agency? That would be my preference or how I'd set it up. If not, then every in season free agent has to be available in the auction the following season. 2) If a player that was auctioned at $20M gets dropped for a player that was acquired for $1M, should the team get $19M in cap room for use in trades and/or other free agents? Yep. Now, there are a variety of ways to inflict a cap hit when dropping a player. Maybe, when a player gets dropped,
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