The saga between backup Quinten Dormady and the Orlando Guardians appears to be over after the XFL’s Media Relations announced the 27-year-old quarterback would be reinstated Wednesday evening.
Dormady was placed on the Office of the President’s Reserve list at the beginning of March after being accused of leaking plays from Orlando’s playbook to member(s) of the San Antonio Brahmas. The Brahmas defeated Orlando back in Week 2, 30-12.
“The league is handling that,” Head coach Terrell Buckley told the media following Week 3’s loss to the Arlington Renegades. “We’ve done what we are going to do, the league is handling that situation.”
When the news first broke, it was announced the Guardians had investigated the situation and cut Dormady following Week 2. Shortly after, the league reinstated the former Tennesse star but were going to conduct their own investigation on the situation before he could return to the team.
The Guardians now have four quarterbacks on the roster after signing former USF star Quinton Flowers a week ago. With the offense struggling to score, and the current 0-4 start, it will be interesting to see how coach Buckley approaches the quarterback situation for the rest of the season.
Orlando will be back in action this Saturday at 10 PM EST against the Vegas Vipers.
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