Dungey will play for former Houston Roughnecks defensive coordinator Ted Cottrell. The former star QB for Syracuse is excited to play in the TSL.
“I cannot wait,” Dungey said. “The last year and a half has been incredibly hard for everybody, and especially for free agent athletes. I can’t wait to get out there and play some football and have an opportunity.”
XFL fans were excited when Dungey was signed to the Dallas Renegades. When Landry Jones went down with an injury, fans thought Dungey would be next in line. That did not happen as Philip Nelson took the helm. Now fans will get to see Dungey in action.
“It’s incredibly frustrating to watch the NFL because I feel like I belonged out there,” Dungey said. “I saw guys that I played against and I compared myself to them. I can be there. I have to show that in The Spring League.”
The 2021 TSL season will kickoff on Thursday, May 6th with a doubleheader from Lucas Oil Stadium. Dungey’s Blues will take on Sea Lions on Friday, May 7th at 9:30 PM on FS1.
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