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- Four Former XFL Standouts, Cut by NFL Teamsby Brian Lombardo on August 4, 2020 at 12:47 am
In what will forever be known as the COVID-year, 2020 has now also impacted how the NFL season will go down. The major change being that there is no preseason this year. In addition to the several other changes being made to the NFL, it will definitely have an impact on the chances players who The post Four Former XFL Standouts, Cut by NFL Teams first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Breaking Down The NFL Signings Of XFL Playersby Mike Mitchell on May 11, 2020 at 8:05 pm
31 XFL players have signed with NFL teams thus far. Here's an in-depth analysis on each players chances of making their NFL teams. The post Breaking Down The NFL Signings Of XFL Players first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Steelers Could Be Adding More XFL Players According To GMby Mark Perry on April 2, 2020 at 12:00 am
So far this XFL offseason, the Pittsburgh Steelers have signed DL Cavon Walker, OT Jarron Jones, S Tyree Kinnel, long snapper Christian Kuntz and DE Dewayne Hendrix. By far, the most of any NFL team. According to Steelers GM Kevin Colbert, it is not over yet. “We still have few more in the works,” Colbert The post Steelers Could Be Adding More XFL Players According To GM first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- #56 – Where Will Cam Phillips Land, Latest XFL Players Signing With NFL Teamsby Mark Perry on March 31, 2020 at 1:09 pm
Multiple NFL Teams Interested in Roughnecks’ WR Cam Phillips, BattleHawks QB Jordan Ta’amu To Sign With Kansas City Chiefs, XFL Star TE Donald Parham Signs with LA Chargers, New York Giants Sign Guardians DB Dravon Askew-Henry, Minnesota Vikings Sign Roughnecks’ LB DeMarquis Gates, and more. Plus, your emails, phone calls, and social media. JOIN US The post #56 – Where Will Cam Phillips Land, Latest XFL Players Signing With NFL Teams first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Pittsburgh Steelers Sign Renegades Long Snapper Christian Kuntzby Mark Perry on March 27, 2020 at 7:50 pm
The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to look at XFL players to add depth to their roster for the 2020 season. This time adding Dallas Renegades long snapper Christian Kuntz. It was a great year for all of our specialists! Good luck in Pittsburgh, @ckuntz24! #ForTheLoveOfFootball pic.twitter.com/qOE0H6Sjs3 — Dallas Renegades (@XFLRenegades) March 27, 2020 Kuntz is the The post Pittsburgh Steelers Sign Renegades Long Snapper Christian Kuntz first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Pittsburgh Steelers Sign DC Defenders S Tyree Kinnel To Contractby Mark Perry on March 26, 2020 at 1:53 am
According to his agent Vince Calo, DC Defenders safety Tyree Kinnel has signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is the third XFL player today to sign with the team joining NY Guardians DT Cavon Walker and OT Jarron Jones. Very proud of our own Tyree Kinnel for signing a contract with the Pittsburgh The post Pittsburgh Steelers Sign DC Defenders S Tyree Kinnel To Contract first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Game Recap: DC Defenders vs. Seattle Dragons, SEA 19 – DC 31by Konnor Fulk on February 9, 2020 at 4:53 pm
ATTENDANCE: 17,163 Yesterday was electric in Washington, DC as the XFL played its first game in league history. It all took place at Audi Field, a stadium designed specifically for Major League Soccer, that certainly has now proven itself as an exciting place to watch a football game. The DC Defenders, heavily favored in the The post Game Recap: DC Defenders vs. Seattle Dragons, SEA 19 – DC 31 first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- DC Defenders Roster: A Note On Each Defensive Playerby Konnor Fulk on February 2, 2020 at 3:58 pm
Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle Siupeli Anau – The Northern Arizona alumnus had a stint with the Arizona Cardinals and was most recently active with the AAF’s Arizona Hotshots. Elijah Qualls – Qualls played 6 games for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017. Elijah spent two more seasons in the NFL primarily on the Practice Squads of the The post DC Defenders Roster: A Note On Each Defensive Player first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- New York Guardians Trade Safety Shamarko Thomas in 3-team tradeby Zak Shrum on January 21, 2020 at 6:50 am
The first 3-team trade in XFL history is officially in the books. The DC Defenders, Los Angles Wildcats and New York Guardians finalized the transaction on Monday evening. TRANSACTION: 3 TEAM TRADE@XFLDefenders receive Safety Shamarko Thomas from @XFLGuardians ( @shamarko21ya )@XFLWildcats receive Guard Khalil McKenzie from Defenders (just added) ( @Kahlil_Mckenzie )@XFLGuardians receive Guard Damien The post New York Guardians Trade Safety Shamarko Thomas in 3-team trade first appeared on XFL News Hub.
- Defenders Edge Out Dragons 21-16 In XFL Preseason Matchupby Matthew Nagashima on January 21, 2020 at 2:07 am
In the league’s first ‘game’, the DC Defenders brought home a win vs the Seattle Dragons. The teams will rematch in the league’s opening game on February 8th, and today we got a good preview of each squad. Let’s start with the victorious D.C. Defenders. D.C. Defenders Recap Cardale Jones looks crisp. That patent arm The post Defenders Edge Out Dragons 21-16 In XFL Preseason Matchup first appeared on XFL News Hub.
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