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What is injured reserve (IR) in fantasy football?
Playing in a league with IR spots provides additional slots to the roster that are reserved for injured players. This allows fantasy owners to move them from their active roster temporarily. This then gives them the opportunity to add another player to the active roster. Who is eligible for Injured Reserve?
What does it mean when a player is on injured reserve?
Note: In professional football, if a player is placed on injured reserve, he is deactivated for the season and is not eligible to return. As a result, that player has no fantasy value for the current season.
What is injured reserve plus?
Injured Reserve Plus – Used for IR , DTD (Day to day), or O (Out) designations. Uses the IR roster position. Real-life NFL teams can only activate 2 players per season from their IR (this doesn’t apply to your Fantasy Football roster).
What is an injured reserve (IR) spot?
Injured Reserve (IR) spots have become a big part of fantasy football, particularly dynasty leagues, giving owners the option to retain ownership of a player through their injury without having to sacrifice a roster spot. Previous article: Fantasy football taxi squads: What are they should you use them? How does Injured Reserve work?