Kareighuis wrote:I think it's simple- on NFL IR, can be on IR in CVSF. Not on NFL IR, then no IR in CVSF.
Regarding policing, I think it's simple- if game time starts and a player who's team has started playing isn't on an NFL IR but he's IR'd in CVSF, the commish cuts them to make that roster complaint with the rules. That assumes the team doesn't have an open spot on their active roster. Pretty simple.
Given the new wrinkle the NFL has put in, I can see an argument about making PUP players IR-able in CVSF. I'd rather hold that debate for later and fix this now.
I feel like this is a terrible idea.
It should be as simple as the fact that Flea won't let you make a transaction with a nonIR player on IR until you activate him. If somebody wants to lock themselves out of all transactions to preserve and activated IR player's spot on IR, be my guest.
Extreme? Yes. I don't like people choosing to flout the rules, however, and I think there should be consequences.
As far as I'm concerned, the idea that you'll be locked from transactions till you activate non-IR players is purely theoretical, for me. Further, my problem is that owners will be able to gain an extra roster spot by choosing not to remove players from IR that aren't.
Perhaps a good alternative is to say that the commish would remove the lowest ranked player to un-IR players who should be.