Since there have been many questions about the new XFN cap, I figured I would try to explain how we are proceeding. First, here is our current status - (teams in the red box are complete) I'm hoping to have all caps updated on XFN by the weekend. Next, I want to show how we are calculating the new salaries - (Cimmy and I are doing the entries) Step 1 - Go into league manager and pull up each contract, player by player. Example - Cody Hoppes (the future and best TE in HK) Step 2 - Place the salary in year 1 (3,300,000) in the year 1 column, year 2 in the year 2 column, etc... on XFN - Step 3 - Enter the bonus. In Hoppes case, we just add up the 200,000 year bonus and multiply by the 3 years he has left on his contract. In this case, we would put 600,000 in the bonus column. PLEASE NOTE - In LM, some players had guaranteed money backloaded; an example - Jason Witten. Mr. Witten makes $3,600,000 in year 7 of his deal. On XFN, his total bonus would be amortized over 6 years. We would add 1.6M + 1.5M + 2M + 2.5M + 3M + 3.6M = 14.2M in the bonus bucket. 14.2M / 6 years = 2.36M bonus applied to Witten's cap annually. Therefore, the Cowboys owner would have a larger cap hit in year 1 on XFN than he had in LM. HOWEVER, as we move forward, XFN's contracts will be beneficial to the those that have backloaded bonus money. So, this is what were are doing. As you can see, it is extremely manual. As with every manual process, there is potential for errors. Therefore, please make sure that you check our work when we are complete. If you see any mistakes, please let Cimmy or myself know. We will make the change ASAP. Again, sorry for the confusion on this. I really think the move the XFN is better for this league in the short run and especially in the long run.