Dallas Warmack is back to work. After about three weeks since being released Warmack finds himself back in a pro league. After being released from the USFL’s Memphis Showboats, Warmack was recently signed by the St. Louis Battlehawks for his second season in Professional Football.
Warmack, whose brother is a former NFL first-round draft pick is going into his second pro season, and his first full season as a pro. Warmack was signed by the Tampa Bay Bandits on May 20th, 2022, after several injuries and filled a reserve role for the Bandits/Showboats, for the final leg of the season. Prior to the USFL, Warmack played college football at Alabama and Oregon starting 24 games in his college career.
Warmack looks to join the Battlehawks as a reserve/rotational offensive lineman given his late start in camp. With the Battlehawks releasing Tison Gray, and Jon Toth not reporting to camp, Warmack is in prime position to compete for a roster spot with recently signed Offensive/Defensive Lineman Mike Panasiuk. Currently the Battlehawks roster sits at 69 per the XFL website with 24 days left till opening kickoff.
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