All extremely common switches that happen every single season at every single program.
I am not saying you should be allowed to pick 8 guys listed at LB and move 4 of them to DE/S but 1 or 2 guys on your entire team is very well with in reason IMO.
Just to reiterate you guys make the rules I am just happy to play. We have a difference in opinion thats all.
I understand your perspective and I do agree with your sentiment.
For some guys it's a fine line.
DTs rarely get moved to RG
But it's still "reasonable." They have roughly the same body size, they both play on the line. But I would think that's pretty blatant abuse of the intention of the rule.
Regardless, it's really just a silly game. I don't think anyone takes it that seriously. I'm not terribly concerned with it happening once or twice, and I think it's a lot more relevant to QBs than other positions, because that's generally the guy who has the biggest chance to "blow up."
I'll use a guy I just drafted as an example, Thomas Duarte. He's listed as a TE in his highlights. Every UCLA commentary I've seen says he'll play TE. But Rivals lists him as a WR only.
If someone wanted to take him at WR, I guess I wouldn't have a terrible problem with it, but it's also sort of all the relevant information points to him playing TE, so we should think of him as a TE.