I am commish of a 3-player keeper league and I was curious what other leagues do for WW activity during the playoffs. I don't want teams out of the running to be dropping/adding players that could affect those still in it, but I also don't want to prevent some teams from grabbing potential keepers if the situation arises.
Hypothetically, if Warrick Dunn had a career ending injury in the next couple weeks, Norwood is all of a sudden a great keeper for next year and if Norwood were available (he isn't) it wouldn't be fair to teams out of the playoffs to not be able to pick him up.
Should teams still in the playoffs only be allowed to add players in case of injury? Should I leave it open to everyone and reverse suspicious transactions at my own discretion? Any other ideas?
We have used the first option (injury replacement) in previous years, but I am getting a couple complaints this season. It is too late to make changes for the current season, but I want to get a solid rule in the books as soon as the season is over.
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