The FCF continues to gauge fan interest in the offseason this time having three of their more notable players face off in the 40-yard dash. Terrell Owens, Andrew Jamiel, and Social Media Darling James Harden all took to the track to battle it out in Football’s most sacred testing event.
The event took place at Joseph L. Carter Park, in Fort Lauderdale, FL Fan Controlled Football or FCF hosted the FCF Dash of the Titans. The race came to fruition after weeks of back n’ forth online debate on who has the fastest 40-yard dash times between 3 of the most impressive and multi-talented Wide Receivers from FCF Season v2.0.
Race two was what stirred a lot of attention for many on the internet as not only did Owens win the race but he also ran a sub 4.4 40 clocking in at 4.38 (unofficially). At 48 Years Old Owens was more than just a gimmick player in the FCF. Playing for the Zappers and Knights of Degen, totally 11 receptions for 124 yards and 3 receiving touchdowns.
Owens, wasn’t the only star out there as Andrew Jamiel ran a 4.5, and James Harden both put up impressive showings. Jamiel is primed to be the next FCF star to transition to a more traditional Football league working out for the Patriots and receiving XFL 3.0 interest as well. Harden, who unfortunately is more known for holding signs up at games rather than playing in them, continues to impress those who follow the FCF.
As FCF season 3.0 kicks off in 2023, the offseason has been electric for fans. FCF fans have seen their favorite players play in the NFL, CFL, USFL, do events like the 40 yard dash, and the league has been extremely active in the social media space. Though not the most traditional league the FCF has continued to stay relevant and looks to be a staying power in the football and social media space moving forward.
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