Keeper leagues are becoming more and more popular in fantasy football circles. We can see why – it’s one of the most effective ways to ensure your owners are engaged and come back excited to play every year.
However, don’t be tricked into thinking that keeper rules are as simple as plug-n-play. There are more than a few ways to start a keeper league.
Check out the helpful guides below to find the format that best fits your unique league.
Our Keeper League Rules
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