Couple of Cap Rules Ideas After the first wave of updates now, and doing some things, I noticed a few snags that I didn't think of when doing the ideas for the cap books. Here is a few changes I want to propose to the cap rulebook for future use. Let me know if these are okay, and I will add them in where they are needed: 1. In the case of a tied overall separating two different modifier listings. What I propose is that if a player is cut, the team takes the lower cap hit in all cases. I'll use my Broncos as an example: I have 2 WRs at #3 and #4 on the depth chart. Both are 74 overalls. #3 on the chart is a 2 modifier; #4 is a 1 modifier. If I cut EITHER of them, I always take the lower hit, since if I cut the #3 guy, the #4 guy BECOMES the #3 guy and I have to pay him as such (depth chart moves). Keep in mind that rule one is in place ONLY if the cap hits would be the exact same value (in other words, if they have the same bonus paid out; if extra bonus is paid out, this rule is null and void). This example also leads to my second rule modification: 2. A rookie ALWAYS takes priority in case of ties for modifiers. I did this with all the rulebooks I adjusted, which are the Chargers, Raiders, my Broncos, Chiefs, 49ers, Rams, Cardinals, Seahawks, and Colts. The example above works here as well. On the original roster setup, I had my rookie WR Demaryius Thomas listed at #4 on the depth chart at a 74 overall, with a 1 modifier. I had Brandon Stokely at #3 on the depth chart, ALSO at a 74 overall but with a 2 modifier. Because of the rookie pay scale we have in place, and the effort to achieve realism, rookies should always be as high up on the depth chart as they can be (because this means bigger contracts than veterans, which, sadly, is realistic). It affected my overall cap space by 2 million dollars, which may not seem like much, but it continues to help bring the lower tier teams' cap numbers up to the big boys. Let me know if I need to try to explain this further. I will check the boards periodically during work today but may not be able to check during the weekend as I am in the process of moving and do not know what the internet situation is up at our new place.