So I've done some testing, and the players leaving function is extremely flawed. As it currently stands, none of the top players attempt to declare for the draft. It's not unusual for top teams to have 0 players attempt to declare in this game, and the ones that do are generally high-80s who are projected in the 7th round (the projections only factor in overall rating) and those guys will come back 100 percent of the time if the user sways. I know everyone loves playing with their best players, but if we don't build in a fix then rosters are honestly going to get out of control. I personally think we should build a rule that if a non-senior is at an agreed upon rating (I was thinking somewhere between 93-95 as the baseline) prior to that offseason's progression, then that player would have to be cut (pretend they went to the draft). For example; Braxton Miller is currently a 96 overall. Marcus Mariota is a 90. I would have to cut Miller during the offseason, but Oregon would not have to cut Mariota, even though he will be 94+ once we get through progression. Implementing this rule will help us achieve the following; Make rosters more dynamic, where teams will have strengths and weaknesses which change yearly Reduce the separation between user and CPU teams as we move through many seasons Further eliminate the "cash and stash" tactic where a user can cash in on top-rated prospects and then redshirt them to get the player through an extra progression cycle. This is extremely unrealistic Perhaps a way we can make this a less black-and-white rule is to implement a function where users can "convince" a player to stay and not cut them every other year. So once every two years, you don't have to cut a player that generally would need to be. This would also add some strategy. cmassey13 jandy CJTHA1 Jbek ssuwr86 Glen Cieske MrWitness36 cyhiphopp H22APWRD94 KNICKSFAN_84 Antonio T. Most of the time I only ask the two deputy commissioners for their opinions, but I think this is something that deserves to be talked about by everyone. Take advantage of this open forum to express your opinions and make suggestions. I simply ask that you consider the best interest of the league, and not your team's best interest in season 2.