Rules - Keeper Leagues
Want to try to create your own Fantasy Football Dynasty? If so, then ESPN Fantasy Football will give you the opportunity to compete in Keeper leagues to test your fantasy football management skills over the course of multiple seasons. Keeper leagues work in much the same way as single-season leagues, but they last for multiple seasons. Statistics are carried over from each previous year of participation so that you can track your team progress over time. Following the completion of each season, owners can designate a number of players to retain for the following season. These players form the basis of your roster, and then other roster slots are filled via the draft. Keeper leagues are only offered in Customizable leagues.
League Managers can edit their keeper options from the League Settings page.
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