How-To-Trade

Here's the low down on trading.

How to: You can trade by contacting one of your opponents and agreeing to the trade. Now the trick here is agreeing to the trade. I the comissoner, can not verify the trade until I get a e-mail from both parties agreeing to the trade.

Example:

Orchestrating The Trade

From: STL FANATIC

To: GMS1122

Subject: F3L Trade

Message: St. Louis offers Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk for Erie's Kordell Stewart and Jerome Bettis.

Approving The Trade

GMS1122 would have to approve the trade and reply to the trade, APPROVED, for this trade to go through. STL FANATIC would have to also reply APPROVED back to GMS1122. Then both players would have to e-mail the commissoner with the information.

Example Messages:

From GMS1122:

Erie sends Kordell Stewart and Jerome Bettis to St. Louis for Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk.

From STL FANATIC:

St. Louis sends Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk to Erie for Kordell Stewart and Jerome Bettis.

If you have any questions, e-mail me.

Rules For Trading

1) Trading Draft Picks Is Allowed (#1 Overall Pick for the #16 and #17 picks.

2) All trades must be approved by the Commish

3) Trading ends after Week 7 of the NFL Season.

4) No more than 4 players from one team in one trade.

5) No max to number of teams involved in trade.

6) No refunds on trades. What is official is official.

The Commish