A local fantasy football commissioner is considering putting his entire league in a bubble, a proactive measure facing the threat of coronavirus.

Don Martels, 39, said he values the health and safety of his league first and foremost, and will take any precautions necessary to protect his members.

“This is a tough decision,” Martels told the Hamster. “But we need to put safety above all else. In addition to not having fans at games, we will move ahead with a conference only schedule and a bubble strategy, with all teams remaining online and owners stuck in their basements or bedrooms.”

Martels’ league has reportedly responded positively, noting they usually didn’t have fans in the first place.