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This league was disbanded because it was not full prior to the scheduled draft time.

ALERT from RealTime Fantasy Sports

Rookie Drafts will start May 16th

Per official Dynasty Fantasy Football rules , teams are limited to an off-season roster of no more than 24 players.

Should a team have accumulated an excess of draft picks or more draft picks than required to fill their 24-player roster, those extra draft picks will simply be forfeited. When a team is on the clock and their roster is at the 24-player limit, that pick will then be forfeited. Team owners may cut players or trade picks up until they are on the clock to make space on their 24-player roster to avoid forfeiting their draft pick.

Draft picks cannot be "un"forfeited, no exceptions. Once a pick is forfeited, it is forfeited forever. Their is no forfeit compensation of any form.

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    Douche Bags
    Tue May 19 2:25pm ET
    I’m looking to trade my upcoming 4.6 and 4.12 picks (separately or packaged together). I’d prefer picks for next season but I’ll consider decent players too.
    Send me an offer or text me 414.303.3030
    Rat Man
    Wed May 13 1:03pm ET

    I sent in a ticket to support and the draft day is in 3 days. The email was system generated during an upgrade.

    Sexual Chocolate
    Wed May 13 9:31am ET

    So I am confused.  The e-mail I got said our draft is "coming up soon" which agrees with what the website that says, that it starts saturday, but at the end of the e-mail it said the draft date is August 25 (which is NOT coming up soon). 

    It would make sense that they delayed the draft but my countdown to the draft on the website still says we draft in 3 days?  This is my first year in this league so any any clarification would be helpful.    Also, either way this is a slow draft correct?  So I don't need to worry about logging into he draft room and sitting there for 3 hours Saturday night (or Aug 25)?  Thanks in advance for any help.

     

    I assume you all got it also but here is the e-amil in case not:

     

    This is just a reminder from RealTime Fantasy Sports.

    Trade Action, the Dynasty Fantasy Football league you joined is drafting soon.

    This is a slow draft with a 8 hour clock. There are 3 ways you will be notified when you are on the clock. You can click on the Settings button in the draft to change these notification settings at any time.

    • You will receive an email after every pick.
    • If you have the RTSports App, you will receive a push notification when you are on the clock.
    • If we have your mobile phone number on file, you will receive a text message when you are on the clock.

    The draft is scheduled for Sat Aug 25 8:30pm ET.

    Douche Bags
    Thu Mar 5 5:41pm ET

    Trade Block Update

    Players on the Block:

    • Todd Gurley RB LAR
    • Ronald Jones II RB TAM
    • Jarvis Landry WR CLE
    • Ryan Tannehill QB TEN
    • Jordan Howard RB PHI
    • Mike Williams WR LAC

    Looking for picks and/or players.

  • Latest TransactionsAll
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    Trades
    Fri May 22 11:03pm ET
    Rat Man2021 Rnd 7 from Rat Man
    Dem Boyz2020 Rnd 8 Pick 10
    Fri May 22 5:26pm ET
    Douche Bags2021 Rnd 8 from Douche Bags
    RKJM Express2020 Rnd 8 Pick 9
    Tue May 19 2:59pm ET
    Douche Bags2020 Rnd 4 Pick 6
    2020 Rnd 4 Pick 12
    2020 Rnd 5 Pick 6
    Dem Boyz2020 Rnd 6 Pick 10
    2021 Rnd 2 from Dem Boyz
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  • Player Notes
    Deshaun Watson May 30 4:30pm ET

    Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, a first-rounder in 2017, is under contract through 2021 after the Texans picked up his fifth-year option, but he expects to reach a long-term extension with the team that will keep him around for a while. He's not stressing about a timeline, but Watson is optimistic that something will get done in due time. The former Clemson star is already a two-time Pro Bowler and two-time AFC South champion, throwing for 10,586 yards, 75 touchdowns and 30 interceptions. His dual-threat abilities as a runner and passer make him a surefire QB1, but the loss of stud wideout DeAndre Hopkins this offseason has slightly lowered his ceiling in the fantasy realm. RotoBaller has Watson listed as the No. 6 fantasy QB target heading into the 2020 season.

    From RotoBaller

    George Kittle May 30 4:20pm ET

    The San Francisco 49ers and tight end George Kittle are far apart in negotiations on a contract extension, and Kittle's agent said that a "tight end deal" is a non-starter in talks. Kittle has 3,016 career receiving yards, including the playoffs, which is the most by a tight end in his first three seasons in NFL history. Not only is Kittle one of the best receiving tight ends in the game right now, but he's also one of the best blocking tight ends, which makes him a unique talent that should easily reset the tight end market to lofty heights whenever he does get paid. He's entering the final year of his four-year rookie deal and is set to make roughly $2.13 million in 2020, 35th at the position behind MyCole Pruitt and Marcedes Lewis. Kittle is an elite fantasy tight end that could come off the board as early as Round 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Jake Butt May 30 3:30pm ET

    Denver Broncos tight end Jake Butt (knee) said he is back to 100 percent health heading into the 2020 season. Butt was drafted in the fifth round in 2017 out of Michigan, but he's played in just three games (all in 2018) and has had four pretty serious knee surgeries since 2014. As he heads into his age-25 campaign, Butt is desperately trying to prove that he can stay on the field, but it is probably too late. Denver drafted pass-catching tight end Noah Fant in the first round last year and spent more draft capital on rookie Albert Okwuegbunam a month ago. The Broncos also have Jeff Heuerman and Nick Vannett on the roster, so even if Butt manages to stay healthy in 2020, he's highly unlikely to see much playing time.

    From RotoBaller

    Cam Newton May 30 3:20pm ET

    With free-agent quarterback Cam Newton's market cooling over the last month, according to sources, he is expected to take his time before joining a team. Newton could wait until teams resume regular activity following the coronavirus shutdown. It would give teams a chance to check on Newton's health and meet with him in person. But sources around the league are unsure if he'll settle for a backup job. Sources believe Newton and the Patriots talked early during his free agency, but nothing materialized. The 31-year-old was released by the Panthers on March 24. He missed 14 games last year with a Lisfranc foot injury that required surgery and the final two games of 2018 with a shoulder injury that required surgery, so teams are justifiably skeptical about his ability to continue being a dual-threat QB at this stage of his career. But he apparently passed a physical on March 23, with both his shoulder and foot "checking out well," according to a source. Unless an injury pops up for a current starter during training camp, Newton may have to settle for a backup job in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    Teddy Bridgewater May 30 1:00am ET

    Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule had great things to say about quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's character and influence on Around The NFL on Friday. Rhule has been able to familiarize himself with and strengthen his bond with Bridgewater during the virtual offseason program. "The best players in the world bring out the best in their teammates and I can tell you, since free agency started, the amount of the guys that want to come and play with Teddy has nothing to do with me or anybody else," Rhule said. The head coach has always admired Bridgewater since coaching against him in college. The 27-year-old is finally getting another chance to start in the NFL and has his head coach fully behind him. Bridgewater doesn't have the strongest arm and may not run as much as he did early in his career, but he has a strong supporting cast and could be playing from behind often in a tough division. He's not a QB1 target or even a high-end QB2, but Bridgewater could surprise some as a fantasy backup and occasional streamer.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Allen May 29 4:40pm ET

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs have gathered in Florida this week to work out together. Allen and backup Matt Barkley threw to rookies Isaiah Hodgins, Gabriel Davis and Zack Moss in California earlier this month. It's the first time that Allen and Diggs have met since the Bills acquired Diggs from the Vikings in March. Others present in Florida include quarterback Jake Fromm, receivers John Brown, Robert Foster, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie and Nick Easley, running back Devin Singletary and tight ends Dawson Knox, Tommy Sweeney, Nate Becker and Jason Croom. Allen has the weapons around him to take another leap in 2020 if he develops as a passer, giving him top-five QB upside. Diggs' ceiling depends on how much Allen improves with deep-ball accuracy, making him a midrange WR2.

    From RotoBaller

    Aldon Smith May 29 3:30pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys defensive end Aldon Smith reportedly "feels great" despite not appearing in an NFL game since November 10, 2015. Smith said, "I still feel young. I still can move well. I still have a great knowledge of the game, if not better knowledge of the game." Smith is still just 30 and has the record for most sacks in the first two seasons of an NFL career, with 33.5. With his personal life perhaps finally under control, Smith could still be a difference maker for the Cowboys Defense in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    DeForest Buckner May 29 2:30pm ET

    San Francisco 49ers defensive end Dee Ford (knee) had "a pretty extensive cleanup" on his knee a couple weeks after the season and said that he feels great. Ford was limited during the 2019 season because of knee tendinitis and missed five games with a hamstring injury as well. The 29-year-old played just 22 percent of the defensive snaps in the regular season, according to Next Gen Stats, but saw that number increase to 53.2 percent in the playoffs. The pass-rusher had 6.5 sacks and 14 tackles during the regular season and added a sack and three tackles in the postseason. The former Chief has struggled with injuries in his career, but when healthy he can be a pass-rushing force. The Niners need him to be that in 2020 to help make up for DeForest Buckner's absence.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Peterson May 29 1:30pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes during the 2014 season, and living with diabetes could force him to decide whether or not to play should the NFL return this year during the coronavirus pandemic. Peterson said he'll be comfortable playing if the proper protocols are followed by the league. The 29-year-old doesn't have an increased chance of acquiring the virus, but he has a greater risk of serious complications arising from the virus. However, his risk of getting very sick from COVID-19 is lower if his diabetes is well-managed. We'd bet on Peterson playing this year if the season starts on time, but it's not a guarantee. He'll be looking to bounce back after a trying 2019 season that saw him miss six games due to suspension.

    From RotoBaller

    Deshaun Watson May 29 1:20pm ET

    The Houston Texans and right guard Zach Fulton agreed to a reworked contract on Friday, according to a source. Fulton was due $14 million over the next two years with no guarantees, but now he'll be due $5 million guaranteed in 2020 and $3 million non-guaranteed in 2021. The Texans will also get some salary cap relief with the move. The 28-year-old just finished his second season in Houston and will help bring more continuity to an offensive line that must remain solid in front of quarterback Deshaun Watson and new running back David Johnson. Fulton was a sixth-round draft pick of the Chiefs in 2014 and spent the first four years of his career in Kansas City.

    From RotoBaller

    Lamar Jackson May 28 11:00pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that quarterback Lamar Jackson must make defenses pay if they stack the box against the Ravens offense in 2020. "Those corners are going to be one-on-one and those safeties are going to be one-on-one against receivers, especially on some downfield throws, and we got to make them pay for it. We absolutely have to make them pay," Harbaugh said. Jackson led the league with 36 touchdown passes in the NFL's highest-scoring offense in 2019, also setting an NFL record for rushing yards for a QB with 1,206 on his way to MVP honors. At age 22, he was the youngest QB to win the award. But on throws that traveled at least 15 yards, Jackson ranked 27th in completions (35) and 22nd in completion rate (43.8 percent). He certainly has the arm to make teams pay, and it would be good news for second-year wideouts Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin if Jackson takes the next step as a deep thrower. Even if Jackson runs less than he did a year ago, he should be either the first or second QB selected in fantasy drafts.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Jones May 28 9:50pm ET

    Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones hasn't had much traction with the team on a contract extension, but both sides still have until July 15 to work something out. Jones has yet to sign his franchise tender, but he's kept in touch with the Chiefs during the virtual offseason program, according to sources. The market for high-end defensive tackles like Jones is $20-plus-million per season. The 25-year-old former second-round selection in 2016 has racked up 33 sacks in his four seasons with the Chiefs, including 14.5 the last two years. He was a Pro Bowler in 2019 for the first time in his career and should be considered a top-20 defensive lineman in IDP formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Matt Judon May 28 8:00pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens linebacker Matt Judon signed his one-year franchise tender on Thursday, according to a source. The one-year deal will carry a value of $16.27 million in 2020. The Ravens and Judon still have until July 15 to work out a long-term extension, but that's unlikely to happen considering the Ravens initially tagged Judon with the possibility of trading him. The former fifth-round pick in 2016 has 135 solo tackles, 45 tackles for loss, 82 QB hits, 28.5 sacks, eight passes defensed and seven forced fumbles in his four seasons. Judon was a Pro Bowler in 2019 when he had a career-high 9.5 sacks, 14 tackles for loss and 33 QB hits. He'll be entering his age-28 season in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Flacco May 28 7:00pm ET

    New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco (neck) says that he is embracing his new role as the backup quarterback to Sam Darnold. He says that his job is to help the team get better and to help a young quarterback see things as clearly as possible. Flacco started the first eight games for the Denver Broncos before suffering a season-ending neck injury. He still believes he can be a starting quarterback in the league, but understands his new role with the Jets.

    From RotoBaller

    DeAndre Hopkins May 28 6:50pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins expects to put up numbers in the team's pass-happy offense under head coach Kliff Kingsbury in his first season in 2020. "So myself, being a receiver, of course I see my stats going up. ... But I definitely see myself having one of my more productive seasons," Hopkins said. He also said he hasn't met up with quarterback Kyler Murray yet, but he plans on getting together with him and the other receivers "soon." Arizona has plenty of aerial weapons in an attack that will feature a lot of four-wide sets, but Nuk will be the No. 1 option for a young QB with a ton of potential. He's consistently one of the most efficient fantasy wideouts on a yearly basis and is a no-doubt top-five fantasy receiver for drafts this fall.

    From RotoBaller

    Eli Apple May 28 6:40pm ET

    The Carolina Panthers agreed to terms on an undisclosed one-year deal with cornerback Eli Apple on Thursday. Apple agreed with the Raiders earlier in free agency, but the Raiders backed out of the deal and put Apple back on the open market. The 10th overall pick in 2016 by the Giants, Apple failed to live up to his draft billing in two-plus seasons in the Big Apple, and he was underwhelming in 15 games for the Saints last year (53 solo tackles, no interceptions, four passes defensed). But with Donte Jackson and Corn Elder currently set as the two starting corners on the outside, Apple should see plenty of playing time for a Carolina secondary with plenty of questions.

    From RotoBaller

    Justice Hill May 28 5:10pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill played sparingly during his rookie season last year. Hill finished the year with just 66 touches after getting stuck behind Mark Ingram II and Gus Edwards. The Ravens added to their crowded running back room in the 2020 NFL draft when they used a second-round pick on J.K. Dobbins. That leaves an unclear role for Hill in 2020. Head coach John Harbaugh is still high on Hill, however, stating that he expects the sophomore runner to make a big jump. He also went on to tell reporters that there is a role for all four runners in Baltimore. Hill remains a deep dynasty stash but he may not be fantasy relevant until 2021 when Ingram is presumably out of the picture.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick O'Leary May 28 4:40pm ET

    The Las Vegas Raiders re-signed tight end Paul Butler to an undisclosed deal on Thursday. In a corresponding move, tight end Nick O'Leary (undisclosed) was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list. Butler hasn't appeared in a regular season game in two years in the NFL with the Raiders and Lions. O'Leary was signed as a free agent after catching 13 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown in 12 games (five starts) with the Jaguars and Dolphins in 2019. He was buried on the tight end depth chart to begin with, behind Darren Waller, Jason Witten and Foster Moreau. Las Vegas also has Derek Carrier and rookie Nick Bowers at the position.

    From RotoBaller

    Gardner Minshew II May 28 4:30pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew II has impressed new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden with his work during the virtual offseason program. Gruden likes how Minshew has taken charge and seems to have a good grasp of the offense. "He has shown a skill set where he can sit in a pocket, step up, make things happen outside the pocket. He's accurate, he's tough and obviously he's a great leader, so he's got the intangibles you want in a quarterback," Gruden said. The sixth-round pick went 6-6 as a starter in his rookie season and had the highest passer rating and fewest interceptions among rookie QBs in 2019. The 24-year-old took the league by storm last year out of nowhere and has the ability to make things happen outside the pocket and with his legs, as he rushed for 344 yards in 2019. All things considered, though, Minshew is a low-end QB2 that will likely see more inconsistency in his second season.

    From RotoBaller

    Aaron Rodgers May 28 4:10pm ET

    Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur is looking for his offense to find more explosive plays under quarterback Aaron Rodgers in 2020, the coach admitted on ESPN Wisconsin's Wilde & Tausch. The Packers ranked 19th in explosive-play rate in 2019, according to Sharp Football Stats. However, other than free-agent addition Devin Funchess in the passing game, the Packers didn't really give Rodgers any added help outside of receiver Davante Adams and running back Aaron Jones. It will be on LaFleur to scheme up more explosive situations this year, but it definitely helps to have Rodgers throwing the passes, even if he's getting older. What's certain is that the Packers will need someone besides Adams and Jones to step up for Rodgers to hold off the naysayers.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 1
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    Chiefs-10
    Thu 8:20pm ET
    Seahawks49u
    Falcons+1.0
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Jets40u
    Bills-6
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Bears44u
    Lions-1.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
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    Vikings-3.5
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    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Raiders
    PanthersEven
    Sun 1:00pm ET
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    Jaguars+7.0
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Browns48.5u
    Ravens-9
    Sun 1:00pm ET
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    Bengals+3.0
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    49ers-7.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
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    Rams+2.5
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    Mon 7:15pm ET
    Titans42u
    Broncos-2
    Mon 10:10pm ET
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