Rosters



Each EFL team MUST carry 53 players, with the sum total of player contracts below the Salary Cap.  Teams may have more than 53 players on their roster during the off-season but must cut down to the 53 player limit prior to the start of the regular season.  Players out for the season (not RATED by Action PC Football) are NOT counted towards the 53 man roster limit but their salary counts towards the salary cap.  (Amended 2014 - from "no games played" to "no ACTION CARD")




Roster Makeup:  While each owner can determine the makeup of his team it is suggested that upon “breaking camp” each team have the following position minimums.

QB

 

3

 

 

DT

 

3

RB

 

4

 

 

DE

 

3

WR

 

4

 

 

ILB

 

3

TE

 

3

 

 

OLB

 

3

OT

 

3

 

 

CB

 

4

OG

 

3

 

 

S

 

4

C

 

2

 

 

P

 

1

K

 

1

 

 

PR

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

KR

 

1

 

 

                                                                              

 

 

Specialists

                          

                       

Kickers must have attempted a minimum of 16 field goals

Punters must have attempted a minimum of 40 punts

Each team MUST have 2 kick returners

Each team MUST have 2 punt returners

 

If a team falls short in the aforementioned specialist requirements - the lowest ranked (Koch Value) player at said position will be assigned to the team by the commissioner, with the transaction following the usual roster and salary cap rules.

 

 

 

 

FLEX PLAYERS

 

With the versatility of today’s players it is not unusual for head coaches to move players around (with limitations) in order to get the most out of their roster.  Thus, the following changes can be made during training camp and into the season.

 

Defense:

 

One defensive lineman (DE or DT) rated 6 or less can be designated as a DL and used without penalty at either DT or DE.

 

One linebacker (ILB or OLB) rated 6 or less can be designated as a LB and used without penalty at either ILB or OLB.

 

One defensive back (CB or S) rated 6 or less can be designated as a DB and used without penalty at either CB or S.

 

 

Offense:

 

One offensive lineman (T, G or C) rated 6 or less can be designated as a C-G-T and used without penalty at either T, G or C.