We are thinking.....THINKING......about possibly trying out some kind of waiver system during the regular season. The idea is this: After the trade deadline, the waiver system takes over. Any team cutting a player must pass him through waivers first. Waivers take 48 hours to process. Waivers are sent either to a PM or email address (will finalize if league shows interest). Waivers are processed in order of win-loss record in reverse order (meaning worst team is first, best team is last). Tiebreakers will be determined if league interest is shown. A team putting a waiver claim on a player takes over the base salary/bonus/modifier level that the previous owning team had on the player. If a team claims a player, the team cutting the player pays NO cap hit, as the new team takes over the contract. If no team claims a player within 48 hours, that player is released to the FA pool and cap hits are as normal for the team cutting. This gives you a very rough sketch of what I am thinking. The question is very simple: would you want this? It adds a level of complication to an already complicated ruleset involving the cap book. If you guys would like it, let me know HERE. If enough people post a liking to it, the board will try to get a working setup for season 2. If few people post (even if they all like it), or if an overwhelming majority of you do not like this idea, it will not be implemented. Simple as that. So make your voice heard folks.