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Discount Deadline Extended! (Published Mon Jun 10 8:36:23 a.m. ET 2019)

The early bird discount deadline for MyFantasyLeague.com has been extended! If you haven't paid for your league already, you still have time to save $20 if you purchase your league by midnight on Thursday, June 13th! Full pricing details are available on our Purchase page. We also have a multi-league discount, so you can save an additional $10 on your second (and any additional) leagues.

The quickest and most convenient way to purchase your league is by using our on-line order form. Select the "For Commissioners > Purchase League" menu item to access the on-line order form. From there, you can pay with any major credit card, or with your PayPal account. If you see a "For Commissioners > League Invoice" option instead, that means we've already received payment for this league.

Don't forget to take full advantage of our Customer Referral Program, which allows you to earn big discounts on your league next year if you refer a new league to us this year!

Thanks, and have a great season!
The MyFantasyLeague.com Team

Early Bird Discount ends Monday (Published Fri Jun 7 10:59:55 p.m. ET 2019)

Our early bird discount deadline ends on Monday night! If you haven't purchased your league(s) for 2019 yet, be sure to do that by Monday, June 10th to take advantage of the $20 early bird discount.

And don't forget to take full advantage of our Customer Referral Program, which allows you to earn $30 (or $60, or more!) discounts on your 2020 league purchase for next season with each referral!

Early Bird Discount Deadline! (Published Sun Jun 2 11:24:06 p.m. ET 2019)

Our early bird discount deadline is rapidly approaching! If you haven't already purchased your league(s) for 2019, be sure to do so by Monday, June 10th to make sure you take advantage of the $20 early bird discount.

And don't forget to take full advantage of our Customer Referral Program, which allows you to earn $30 (or $60, or more!) discounts on your 2020 league purchase (for next season) with each referral!

As always, please let us know if you have any comments, questions or suggestions for the site.

The MyFantasyLeague.com Team

Edit Custom Players (Published Thu May 16 2:36:43 p.m. ET 2019)

We've updated the Custom Players option to add more flexibility for leagues that need to use it for devy players and various other uses. Here is a summary of this feature:

  • There is a still a limit of 200 custom players.
  • However, custom Players can now be deleted if they haven't been used in the current season. This will allow slots to be reused for new devy players or other needs when the league is upgraded to the new season.
  • The first name is no longer required, so you can have players with just a last name (some leagues use custom players to create tradeable draft picks, and didn't need a first name).
  • You can still edit the team or position of a custom player at anytime, and you can still hide a custom player if needed, even if they've already been used in the current season.

Player Position Changes for May (Published Tue May 14 7:00:01 p.m. ET 2019)

The following player position changes will be made on Wednesday, May 15th, to bring our player database up-to-date with the FantasySharks.com depth charts:

  • ARI: Rodney Gunter from DT to DE
  • ARI: Josh Shaw from S to CB
  • ARI: Darius Philon from DT to DE
  • BAL: Michael Pierce from DT to DE
  • BAL: Brandon Williams from DE to DT
  • BUF: Eli Harold from LB to DE
  • CAR: Brian Burns from LB to DE
  • CHI: Duke Shelley from CB to S
  • DAL: Tyrone Crawford from DE to DT
  • DAL: Kerry Hyder from DT to DE
  • DAL: Christian Covington from DE to DT
  • DEN: Kareem Jackson from S to CB
  • IND: Justin Houston from LB to DE
  • IND: Gerri Green from LB to DE
  • IND: Ben Banogu from LB to DE
  • JAX: Josh Allen from LB to DE
  • LAC: Cortez Broughton from DT to DE
  • MIA: Minkah Fitzpatrick from CB to S
  • NE : Jason McCourty from S to CB
  • NE : Chase Winovich from LB to DE
  • NO : Chauncey Gardner-Johnson from CB to S
  • NYG: Markus Golden from DE to LB
  • NYG: Olsen Pierre from DE to DT
  • OAK: Quinton Bell from DE to LB
  • PIT: Isaiah Buggs from DT to DE
  • PIT: Sutton Smith from DE to LB
  • SEA: Ugo Amadi from S to CB
  • SF : Jimmie Ward from S to CB
  • SF : Pita Taumoepenu from DE to LB
  • TB : Gerald McCoy from DE to DT
  • WAS: Jordan Brailford from DE to LB
  • WAS: Montez Sweat from DE to LB

Developer's API Changes (Published Thu May 9 11:55:15 a.m. ET 2019)

During this offseason we've made a few changes to the MyFantasyLeague.com Developer's API. These changes are described below. At this time we don't expect to make any further changes other than to fix any bugs that are identified. In some rare cases fixing these bugs may require changes to the API clients but we will do what we can to avoid that.

  • Replaced the current Make Draft Pick API with a whole new one. The old one, done via the 'live_chat' URI will continue to work until July. After that only the 'live_draft' version will work. This new version requires specifying the round and pick number when making a draft pick. It also provides new commissioner-only functionality to allow the commissioner to make picks on behalf of any owner as well as to control the draft. Click here for more info on this Drafting API
  • The draft results and status XML files will now contain information about which franchise is "on the clock" as well as the draft timer status.
  • The import acquireFreeAgent call has been removed. Use the import fcfsWaiver API call instead.
  • Adding multiple players in the same fcfsWaiver call is no longer allowed. This is to be consistent with the behavior of the web site interface. In addition, it fixes an issue when attempting to drop a player without adding one.
  • A number of bugs with the import blindBidWaiverRequest have been fixed.
  • The export transactions API now has more options for filtering the results based on the transaction type.
  • The export and import tradeBait APIs were very buggy and have been completely rewritten. It now supports trade picks and Blind Bid amounts when listed as trade bait. The interface remains the same.
  • The export projectedScores API request has been updated as well. Some old undocumented features in it are no longer supported.
  • The import tradeProposal and tradeResponse were not sending emails and/or texts properly to the other franchise in some cases. This has been fixed.
  • The import messageBoard API now supports posting messages as the commissioner.
  • The APIKEY parameter that can be used to avoid having to pass a user cookie will no longer work for Commissioner requests. It was too big of a security risk to allow that.
  • The export league API call was showing in some cases information that owners have requested not to be shared (like email address and cell phone number). This API call will now honor those settings all the time.
  • Most API calls made to leagues marked as 'PRIVATE' are now restricted, so now in order for the API call to return the information, it will require a cookie from a league member.

Guillotine Leagues (Published Thu May 2 4:23:35 p.m. ET 2019)

We're excited to announce that we've added a new option to support a "Guillotine Style" type of league. See below for more info on how these leagues work. We've also priced them at a significant discount to our regular leagues, so they are a great way to get a 2nd league going with your friends or co-workers for the 2019 season!

Here's how the Guillotine League format works:

  • Each week, the lowest scoring team is eliminated from the league!
  • When a team is eliminated, their entire roster is tossed back into the free agent pool for the waiver wire.
  • At the end of the season, the last team remaining is the champion.

The optimal number of teams for this format is 17 so that you have your "final" in week 16 (since one team is eliminated each week, there will only be 2 teams left in week 16). You can use less teams, but then it just means your season will end earlier. There is no fantasy schedule, and you don't need to split the teams into divisions. You can fill the teams at the start of the season with whatever method you want: draft, auction, etc. You can use either type of waiver wire (blind bidding or regular waivers). The rest of the league is pretty much the same as any other league. Trading is optional. Each owner submits their lineup every week. You can choose any roster size and any starting lineup configuration, and use any type of scoring rules.

The real excitement of this format comes when it's time to eliminate the lowest scoring fantasy team from the league each week. All of that team's players, including whatever "studs" they have, will now be available on the weekly waiver wire for you to grab. So every week is an adventure in juggling your roster as you try to stay alive in the race to be the last team standing.

Check out this page for a full article on the Guillotine League format by Paul Charchian at Fanball, and check our Guillotine League FAQ Page for more details as well.

The Guillotine leagues are priced at $33.95, so it is only $2 per owner for some additional excitement! If you already have a regular league, and you want to run a Guillotine League using the same basic rules and the same owners, then you can use the option to Duplicate your league, and then just modify the format to be Total Points instead of Head to Head. After that, you'll have access to the Guillotine League Setup page in your copied league.

Site Maintenance on Monday, April 22nd. (Published Thu Apr 18 7:19:54 p.m. ET 2019)

MyFantasyLeague.com will be conducting routine but essential maintenance on our servers and network infrastructure starting on Monday at 6am ET. As part of this process, your fantasy football leagues will not be accessible starting on Monday morning, April 22nd at 6am ET. The maintenance may require up to 12 hours, but we are hoping to complete it by early afternoon. Thanks in advance for your patience during this scheduled downtime, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to you and your league.

Please be sure to take the following action for your league if needed:

  • If your league is currently conducting an email draft with a timer, then be sure to turn the timer OFF for your league draft by Sunday night at the latest. Then when the site comes back online, you can continue your draft and turn the timer back on, but only after one pick has been made.
  • If your league is currently conducting an email auction, we recommend that you end all player auctions by Sunday night. Then when the site comes back on-line, you can start putting more players up for auction at that time. The other option is to change the auction timer to a longer period such as 2 days, and then resume bidding after the site is back online. You could then change the timer back to a shorter clock after all open bids have been updated.

These steps are required because your draft timer and auction timers will not run while the system is down, but as soon as your league comes back on-line, these timers will automatically resume as if they were left on the whole time - which could cause problems with draft picks timing out and auctions ending immediately.

Previously Processed Waivers (Published Thu Mar 21 12:09:48 p.m. ET 2019)

The Previously Processed Waivers Report has been updated to be more prominent and useful to both owners and commissioners:

  • The new version of the report is accessible from the Reports > Franchise > Previously Processed Waivers menu item for both owners and commissioners. The old "For Commissioners > Previously Processed Waivers" menu item has been removed.
  • The report now shows up all the time (for leagues that use waivers), and therefore the previous "Franchise Abilities" setting for controlling who can view this report has been removed.
  • There is a new option on the Reports and Security Settings screen to "Show Previously Processed Waivers Report details?" instead. This will control whether or not owners can view the details of all requests on this report. If it is set to "No", then the system will hide the details of all players involved in non-fulfilled claims, and owners will only be able to see details of their own claims.
  • If the Commissioner Lockout option on the Abilities Setup page is set to "Yes", then the system will also hide the details from the commissioner as well.
In summary, the Previously Processed Waivers report is now visible all the time to owners so they can confirm requests easier and answer their own questions about how/why waivers were processed without having to ask the commissioner, but it also has the option to hide the details of unfulfilled requests from other franchises if desired.

Player Position Changes for March (Published Wed Mar 20 10:25:05 p.m. ET 2019)

The following player position changes will be made on Thursday, March 21st, to bring our player database up-to-date with the Rotoworld.com depth charts:

  • ARI: Robert Nkemdiche from DT to DE
  • ARI: Chandler Jones from DE to LB
  • ARI: Brooks Reed from DE to LB
  • CAR: Marquis Haynes from DT to DE
  • CHI: Bilal Nichols from DE to DT
  • CLE: Olivier Vernon from LB to DE
  • DAL: Tyrone Crawford from DT to DE
  • DAL: Kerry Hyder from DE to DT
  • DEN: Shelby Harris from DE to DT
  • DET: Romeo Okwara from LB to DE
  • GB : Tramon Williams from CB to S
  • HOU: Chris Landrum from DE to LB
  • HOU: Briean Boddy-Calhoun from S to CB
  • HOU: Mike Tyson from CB to S
  • JAX: Lerentee McCray from LB to DE
  • JAX: Taven Bryan from DE to DT
  • KC : Breeland Speaks from LB to DE
  • KC : Tanoh Kpassagnon from LB to DE
  • KC : Chris Jones from DE to DT
  • LAC: T.Y. McGill from DE to DT
  • LAC: Anthony Lanier from DE to DT
  • LAR: Dante Fowler from DE to LB
  • MIA: Minkah Fitzpatrick from S to CB
  • MIN: Ifeadi Odenigbo from DE to DT
  • NE : Ufomba Kamalu from LB to DT
  • NE : Keion Crossen from S to CB
  • NO : Justin Hardee from WR to CB
  • NYG: Olsen Pierre from DT to DE
  • NYG: Dalvin Tomlinson from DE to DT
  • NYJ: Tarell Basham from DE to LB
  • NYJ: Bronson Kaufusi from DE to LB
  • SEA: Quinton Jefferson from DT to DE
  • SEA: Jake Martin from LB to DE
  • SEA: Poona Ford from DE to DT
  • SF : Dee Ford from LB to DE
  • SF : Solomon Thomas from DE to DT
  • TB : Gerald McCoy from DT to DE
  • TB : Noah Spence from DE to LB
  • TEN: Cameron Wake from DE to LB
  • WAS: Caleb Brantley from DT to DE
  • WAS: Marcus Smith from DE to LB

Draft Order Setup (Published Wed Mar 13 11:47:27 a.m. ET 2019)

We added some flexibility to the Draft Order Setup - One Round screen and made it more mobile friendly as well. This setup screen now allows you to add franchises as many times as needed, so you can have a draft round with more than one pick for a team. You can also remove teams completely, so you can also have a draft round without all of the teams. There is also a new option to set the draft order for the current round AND also set it for all future rounds (or odd/even rounds). Therefore, you'll be able to use the Setup One Round page to create totally customized draft orders for one round or multiple rounds as needed.

Note that you still need to set up your custom draft order BEFORE you make any trades for draft picks. So this new flexibility only applies if you haven't already imported Future Draft Pick Trades, and if you haven't already allowed trading of current draft picks.

Validate Fantasy Schedule (Published Mon Mar 11 9:19:28 a.m. ET 2019)

There is a new Validate Fantasy Schedule option on the Commissioner Setup pages. This new screen will make it easier to confirm that your schedule is balanced with the correct number of games against all franchises. It will show the total number of games against each opponent, along with a breakdown by conference or division where appropriate, and a breakdown of Home and Away games. It will also indicate any weeks that are missing games or that have games scheduled when they shouldn't (such as during the playoffs when a corresponding playoff bracket is being used). It will also total up any Bye weeks for fantasy franchises as well as any matchups against the League Average if your league uses that option. And for leagues that have doubleheader weeks, it will show if those are balanced as well.

Blind Bid Summary report (Published Sat Mar 9 8:55:54 a.m. ET 2019)

For leagues that use Blind Bidding Waivers, there is a new summary format of the Blind Bidding Report. Note that this report won't show up on the menu for leagues that don't use Blind Bidding, but otherwise it will be accessible from the "Reports > Franchise > Blind Bidding" menu item. Previously, only the Detailed view was available. Now the new Summary view will show each Franchise along with their blind bidding balance and their most recent transaction in a concise table format. You can toggle between the Detailed and Summary view with the links at the top of the report.

Player Pop-Up Window updates (Published Thu Mar 7 4:45:43 p.m. ET 2019)

The new Player Pop-Up Feature has a few more additions and changes. Now there is a quick link at the bottom of the pop-up window so you can quickly click to "Add Player to Watch List" or to get the "Status in All My Leagues". There is also a link to go to the "Full Player Page" as well. The player stats section has also been updated to show the historical (annual) stats and the projected stats during the off-season. It will change back to showing the weekly stats when the season starts.

Live Draft Room updates (Published Fri Mar 1 2:03:25 p.m. ET 2019)

The Live Draft Room has been updated to offer better performance on the back end and a more streamlined layout on the front end. Here are the highlights:

  • The Player Selection window has been updated to allow more filtering and sorting and better search options. You can filter by NFL Team or Player Position, or search for players by typing all or part of a player name. You can sort the list by any column, including the Fantasy Sharks Player Rankings, the ADP rankings, or the Projected Points
  • The Player bio section has been removed to save space. Instead, you can now click on a player name in the Player Window or in the Work List, and then click on the "Player Info" button to see the player pop-up page with more info about the player.
  • Drafted Players in the "Draft Picks" section are now linked as well, so you can click on any player name to view their player pop-up information.
  • The Player Lists should be more dynamic and accurate now, even when the "Undo" option is used to roll back some picks. The draft room window should not need to be refreshed after an Undo Pick anymore.
  • The Timer section has been cleaned up and the "On Deck" Franchise was added to the display under the timer in addition to the "On the Clock" Franchise.
  • The Draft messages have been updated to be clearer and more descriptive, and they will also pop-up to make them more apparent for an individual owner if they try to draft an invalid player (because of roster limits or various other league rules).

New Draft Timer Auto-Pick Behavior (Published Mon Feb 25 10:31:33 a.m. ET 2019)

The options for making auto-picks during a draft have been streamlined and updated on the General Draft and Timer Setup screen. Here is the order of processing the auto-picks by the system when the timer expires:

  1. If it is a Live Draft, then the system will check the owner's Work List which is specified on the Live Draft screen by the owner.
  2. Then it will check the owner's My Draft List.
  3. If neither of those lists has any players remaining that can properly fulfill the draft pick, then it will auto-pick based on one of the 4 available methods specified by the commissioner:
    1. Skip the Pick
    2. Fantasy Sharks Player Rankings
    3. Average Draft Position (ADP) Rankings
    4. Fantasy Sharks Draft Coach.
    Also be aware that this commissioner option will also control how a player is picked if an owner has been placed on auto-pick by the system (either because they chose the "Away" option in a live draft or because they timed out too many times).

Updated Change Player Position screen (Published Sat Feb 23 2:30:33 p.m. ET 2019)

The Change Player Position setup screen has been updated to make it easier to manage. Now if you want to delete a custom player change, you can do that with the "Delete" link instead of having to change the player back to their original position.

Keep in mind that this page is generally not needed for most leagues. It is mainly for IDP leagues that want to change a player's position designation because they disagree with how certain defensive players are classified.

Transaction Report Updates (Published Fri Feb 22 9:52:02 a.m. ET 2019)

The Transactions Report has been updated for Deluxe Leagues to allow you to choose the Division or Conference that you want to view transactions for. This allows you to filter out transactions from the other Conference(s), for example, when you are in a league where each Conference (or Division) has their own draft and their own player pool.

There are also a couple of new new transaction types that will appear for trades when the trade expires or when it becomes invalid for various reasons, such as if a player offered the trade is no longer on the franchise involved in the trade proposal.

In addition, the Transactions Report will now show when a transaction was performed by the commissioner with a (C) in the "Franchise" column of that report.

Finally, the Transaction report in general has been cleaned up to be more consistent, and all Player and Franchise Names are now linked from within the transaction descriptions.

New Home Page Module and Tabs Setup (Published Thu Feb 21 4:52:44 p.m. ET 2019)

There is a new setup screen for the Home Page Modules and Tab Setup option. This screen will now show all of the tabs on one page to make it easier to visualize and manage the overall home page layout. You can add and remove tabs from this page, and you can move each tab around within the layout. You can also rename any individual tab by clicking on the link for the tab name. Some things to keep in mind when setting up the tabs with modules:

  • There is a maximum of 9 Tabs allowed on the home page.
  • Each Home Page Module can only be used once. So if a module is already being used on an existing tab, then it can't be added to another tab. You would have to remove it from the tab first in order to add it to a different tab.
  • Each Tab is required to have at least one "Column" entry, even if it is just a "New Column (100%)" entry at the top.
  • You can Delete a Tab completely by removing all of the home page modules from it first.

There is also a new method for specifying the columns and column widths on each tab. Previously, you would use the "Add New Column" option to add a column and specify the width. Now there is a "Set Column Widths" option instead, and it can be used to either Add New Columns OR to Edit Existing Columns. When you click on the "Set Column Widths" option, you will be asked to enter ALL of the column widths at once, separated by commas. So if you want two equal sized columns, you would enter "50,50". If you want one narrow and one wide column on the top of the tab, followed by a full-width column at the bottom of the tab, then you would enter "33,67,100", for example. If you want to make 3 columns, you could enter "33,33,34". The key is to have them all add up to 100% (or a multiple of 100% if you are adding more than one section to the same tab). Note that after you add or edit the desired column widths, you can still move them around (up or down) within the tab as needed.

Auction Transaction updates (Published Tue Feb 19 6:44:30 p.m. ET 2019)

There is a new transaction type for Auction Opening Bids. These will show up separately on the Transactions Report. In addition, there is a new Transaction Group on the "Show Me" pull down list of the Transaction report for "Auction Opening Bids", as well as a new general "Auctions" option that will show all auction-related transactions including opening bids, normal bids, and winning bids.

Auto-Insert Players into Starting Lineups (Published Sun Feb 17 6:26:48 p.m. ET 2019)

There is a new option on the Starting Lineup Setup screen to have the system Place Added Players In Starting Lineup If Possible. If you change this option to "Yes", then any players added via Waivers will be inserted into the starting lineup automatically if it results in a valid lineup. This option will help for leagues that have waivers processed late in the week or allow FCFS moves right before kickoff. For example, if the existing kicker on your roster is in your starting lineup from last week, but he is on bye or was injured last week, and you make a waiver move to drop him and pick up another kicker, the system will insert that new kicker into your lineup right away when you pick him up, which can save your owners a step and make sure they don't inadvertently leave a lineup spot open.

Auctions and Blind Bidding Funds (Published Fri Feb 15 5:59:35 p.m. ET 2019)

There is a new Auction option that allows you to tie the pre-season Auction funds to the Blind Bidding Balance. This works the same way as the previous option that allowed you to tie the Auction funds to the League Accounting Balance. Note that there was also an existing option to tie the Auction funds to the Salary Cap as well, so if your league already ties the Salary Cap to the Blind Bidding funds, then you should keep the option as is to link the Auction funds to the Salary Cap. This new option for linking the Auction funds to the Blind Bidding Balance can be found on the General Auction Setup screen.

Total Starters for Offensive Skill Positions (Published Wed Feb 13 8:05:08 p.m. ET 2019)

There is a new option on the Starting Lineup Setup screen for specifying the maximum number of total starters at the offensive skill positions (QB+RB+WR+TE). This option is NOT needed for most leagues, but it was added to help leagues that want to implement a "super flex" type of lineup option. You can enter a value in this new option to enforce a maximum amount of starters at these positoin and help prevent owners from not starting a kicker or defense, for example.

Mobile Friendly Setup Pages (Published Wed Feb 13 5:24:51 p.m. ET 2019)

Some commissioner setup pages (such as the Home Page Module Setup and the Draft Order Setup screens) did not work well on mobile devices because of the way various browsers handled the "multi-select" list element. We've updated all of these pages now to use a mobile-friendly selection list, so they should be easier to use on smaller devices like phones and tablets.

Draft Order Setup Required (Published Mon Feb 11 4:52:10 p.m. ET 2019)

In previous years, the draft order would carry over from one season to the next when upgrading your league. That was causing confusion for a lot of leagues, especially since most leagues change their draft order based on the previous year's standings. It also caused problems for leagues that wanted to add or remove franchises, or add or remove rounds from one year to the next. Therefore, the system will no longer copy your draft order from the previous season. This means that All Leagues will be required to explicitly set up their Draft Order each season. If you don't set up the draft order, then then you won't be able to draft.

Also keep in mind that you should set your draft order BEFORE allowing any draft pick trades and BEFORE importing your Future Draft Pick trades from last year!

There are a few other settings that will be reset when upgrading the league now, such as the Franchise Abilities for Submitting Lineups and Performing Adds/Drops. These are being reset because some leagues would turn off the abilities for some teams during the playoffs or for other reasons, and it didn't make sense to carry over these disabled abilities into the new season.

Custom Waiver Order updates (Published Sat Feb 9 10:39:02 a.m. ET 2019)

The options for a Weekly Rolling Waivers and the Season-Long Rolling Waivers have been updated to use their own waiver order for tracking. Previously, the Custom Waiver Order was used for the rolling waiver order for these two options. That caused some confusion and allowed the rolling waiver order to be inadvertently changed. So now they are stored separately to avoid confusion with the Custom Waiver Order option.

Taxi Squad Updates (Published Thu Feb 7 11:10:44 a.m. ET 2019)

The Taxi Squad options have been updated for the 2019 season. You can check out the new options on the Taxi Squad Setup screen:

  1. Now, instead of an option to limit the Taxi Squad to just Rookies, you can specify rookies and players with 1 or 2 years of experience
  2. Also, the option to allow players on BYE to be on the Taxi Squad can be combined with the years of experience option. Previously, it was either Rookies OR bye week players. Now it can be either or both of those options.

New Player Pop-Up Info (Published Tue Feb 5 4:43:28 p.m. ET 2019)

Welcome to the 2019 season of MyFantasyLeague.com! We are excited for another great year of fantasy football as we continue to update and enhance the features and options available for you and your leagues.

The first change you'll notice is that the NFL Player Links throughout the league will now show you the detailed player stats and bio in a pop-up window instead of opening a new web page. This will allow for faster and more efficient views of the player information from various reports in your league. For example, when viewing the Top Performers Report, you can click on any player name to view their bio information and player stats as well as their fantasy free agent status and any recent player news.

You can still click on the arrow in the upper right of the player pop-up box to open a separate player page if desired. Also be aware that the commissioner of the league can turn this new Player Pop-Up option off if desired from the Reports and Security Settings screen.