KEEPERS: Oldies but Goodies?

Most keeper league (KL) and dynasty owners begin to run from players when they reach their mid-30s. Many times, this leaves short-term bargains to be scooped up by competitors with legitimate championship designs. Age-based decline and health are always the risks when rostering these types, along with your ability to sustain the potential hit. But even though they probably shouldn’t be in any KL owner’s three-year plans, most of these age 35-and-older players demand your consideration in 2012.

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