And do you have a plan in place if someone gets hurt in the preseason?
This question is coming up in my main keeper league. We have been declaring keepers at our annual summer meeting (usually takes place around July 4th). There's been a proposal to move this to about a week or 2 before the draft. I'm not sure that's enough time to prepare for the draft. The proposal is also calling for a provision where an owner can replace a keeper (from his original roster) if one of his keepers gets hurt in a preseason game. Not a fan of changing the players pool after keepers are declared at all. Makes no sense to do all this preparation and have the player pool possibly change a couple days before the draft. I would rather declare keepers on draft day and give everyone absolutely no time to prepare than to change the players pool. Maybe there is a way to add compensary picks, should this situation ever arise?