1.1.1. League Overview 1.6 week season 2. 8 minute 3. 9 pm EST & 10 EST 4. Game settings : Will be based on Pro-Am Preset settings. 1.2.1 Roster Breakdown Owner : Has final say on all team decisions. Will be the one to communicate and be communicated with League Management. Any questions his team may have should be directed to him or his management team. Owner’s should be the management member to handle all roster actions i.e., Trades and Waiving players. General Manager(GM) : Should be in tune with the Owner as to what expectations are for the team. This member should be viewed in same light as owner as far as being someone the team’s roster can come to when having issues of any sort. The General Manager should then communicate with the owner. If an Owner is unavailable than it falls onto the GM to handle the role for as long as needed. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action. Assistant General Manager(AGM) : Should be considered a part of the management team but this member is more in charge of gameday issues. The AGM is like the “TC” of the management team. If a member of management needs someone to step up he needs to be there help pick up the slack for the night. Selected after the draft. Active Roster : These members are the top 8 players listed on the roster. These are the guys who should be playing in the games on game nights. They are required to be playing regularly and showing up when scheduled or disciplinary action should be being handed out on them. These members must play in 1 game a week Training Camp Roster(TC) : The rest of the roster falls into the TC Category. These members still deserve an opportunity to play if the Active Roster players are not showing up on game nights. If active roster members aren’t signing up for games but TC guys are than TC guys should be getting the confirmations to play. If teams how too many active people on TC , more teams will can made from the TC players across the league.