(See Keller's response below for additional context and information) So, I was reading over the contents for a legacy player and, considering there have been so many questions regarding this and we just wrapped up what will be the last real draft for HaW before Madden 16 (presumably), I thought I'd start a conversation about this. Currently, the rules for Legacy read as follows: Legacy Player Rules This is a concept we are taking from HardKnocks and aims to reward owners that have been in HaW for multiple seasons assuming they will still be with the league heading into Madden 16. Essentially, we will take fictional players that were drafted and, assuming they stay on their original teams, will be reincarnated as we enter new games so that owners not only get a reward for sticking with the league and their team but also to sort of give that extra level of attachment and nostalgia from your old teams. Here's kinda my general outline for how it will work. Must be a fictional player. Must be a player on his originally drafted team. The owner must have at least 1 full season's tenure and be in good standing with the league when Madden 15 concludes. The player's original attributes must be tracked in the Legacy Player tracking thread Once we move to a new Madden game, that player will be created from scratch and imported into the new game for use by the same owner. Now, here's what I'd like to question and debate: "Must be a player on his originally drafted team" does not include "and drafted by the current owner of that team". So, does this mean we want to continue the Legacy of the player on his team or the Legacy of the coach that drafted the player? This does not seem to indicate whether or not the player would be allowed to bring over more than one Legacy player. I realize no strong decision has been made yet, but perhaps a poll or a committee made up of HaW veterans could be put together to determine this? I've seen the question asked a lot in my brief time here, Finally, the issue with whether to bring over the players current stats, or their original rookie stats. I think this should be up for serious debate, with the consideration that traditionally the biggest thing that makes these draft picks special (for most people) is their development rating, not just their outstanding athleticism.