FCF continues to make waves this season with more and more notable names joining the league. A couple weeks T.O. made his debut, this week Former NFL WR Martavis Bryant, and his cousin Former CFL QB Kelly Bryant will both made their FCF debuts.
The FCF has brough in multiple standouts since its inception. This year Terrance Williams, Terrell Owens were former NFL players who were on FCF rosters. Last year Robert Turbin, Josh Gordon, and Johnny Manziel were some of the NFL alumni who were on league rosters. Manziel has continued to remain with the Zappers teaming up with T.O. in 2022. It also appears that the former NFL Offensive Linemen Tyler Polumbus, who was a teammate of Beasts Owner Marshawn Lynch is also advocating to make an appearance in the league.
Though not used as a developmental league the FCF has also had two players recently transition to the NFL and USFL. Former Zappers Wide Receiver Travis Toivonen signed a contract with the Seattle Seahawks and is now on the New York Giants, and Madre London left the Glacier Boyz for the Cologne Centurions of the European League of Football where he won an MVP and is now with the Pittsburgh Maulers of the USFL. With more players and more games to showcase their skills it wouldn’t surprise me to see more players transition to other more traditional leagues.
Regardless of the futures for Martavis and Kelly Bryant one thing is definitely for certain. The FCF’s ability to bring in talent and big names on a consistent basis is extremely impressive. The league thought non-traditional is extremely fun to watch, and right now the Zappers and Beasts have two players that not only will improve the talent of the roster, but the overall credibility of the league.
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