48 hour rule penalty I know we have a warning system in place for not signing players within 48 hours. With our recent change to the free agency cap hit for cuts, though, we may cause people to just "forget" to sign players and try to sign the player for cheaper (Braylon Edwards comes to mind quickly, as well as Aaron Ross). What I propose as a penalty for the 48 hour rule is that the owner takes a cap hit equal to the overall value minimum of the player signed. Example: I win the bid for Antonio Bryant, 86 overall (8 points I think normally). I win the bid for 35 points (which I did lol). I want to see if I can maybe get him cheaper, so I wait 48 hours and "lose" my rights to him. Under current rules, all I get is a warning. No offense, but no biggie. My idea would add an 8 point cap hit to my book for failing to sign a guy I won via bid. I think 48 hours is enough time, but if this seems too short for such a severe penalty, then lengthen the time to sign a player to 72 hours (3 days is enough time I think), but after 72 hours if the player isn't signed, a cap hit of the player's overall value minimum is taken. Make sense? I throw that to a debate.