General Rules for Standard Leagues (Free & Prize Eligible)
To assemble your team, you will draft players from a list of all NFL players, in both the AFC and NFC.

Once the roster is locked in Standard leagues, you are unable to make any roster changes. League Managers in Custom Leagues are able to make changes to rosters once they have locked.

Individual slots lock at the game time scheduled for the player in that slot for each matchup period. This occurs even if the player is not playing, so make sure you move injured players prior to their team's scheduled game start.

Individual roster slots lock when the team of the player in that slot is scheduled to begin their first game of the matchup period.

Standard league settings cannot be changed. In order for the draft to proceed, it is required that ALL team ownership slots are filled prior to draft time. It is very important to check the list of owners who have joined before your (Live Online or Autopick) live draft is set to start. If open ownership slots remain, the draft time/date will be removed from our system, and a new date/time for the draft will need to be set.

For any player created Standard league that does not fill within one hour of the draft, that league will have its slot eliminated. The affected league will need to pick a new date/time through a Referendum (found on the League Clubhouse page). Any Live draft Lobby league (ESPN created Prize-Eligible) that is not full before the draft start will have their draft time continually pushed back by five minute intervals until the league is filled.

NOTE: Once your draft has filled, it will convert once the scheduled time arrives.

Joining and Creating Leagues: You may create or join up to a total (combined) of 10 public standard leagues.

All Standard leagues will observe ESPN's Undroppable Players list. The Undroppable Players list is comprised of select elite level players who cannot be dropped to waivers at any time during the football season. ESPN introduced this feature to prevent collusion (In these cases, owners would be able to drop star players, allowing those first on the waiver wire to pick them up).

Standard leagues may be viewable by the public or private depending on the choices made by the league creator.