Tampa Bay Vipers quarterback Quinton Flowers is returning to the team after leaving last week for personal reasons, according to a tweet from ESPN’s Field Yates. While Yates is an NFL reporter for ESPN, his news is usually trusted and legitimate, despite the last line where he says Taylor Cornelius started in Flowers’ place Sunday.
Some XFL news: Tampa Bay Vipers QB Quinton Flowers will be reporting back to the team after a brief absence for personal reasons, per source. Taylor Cornelius started in Flowers’ place on Sunday.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 2, 2020
Flowers return to the Vipers could mean various things. But given what we were told by head coach Marc Trestman, the “personal reasons” that Flowers left the team for, must be all cleared up and the 25-year-old dual threat QB is ready to resume his football career.
In an article from Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams, the writer pointed at the how the QB complained about his role on offense being a reason for the absence, but with nothing confirmed along those lines, it’s purely speculation.
As soon as official word, or a status update on Flowers is given by Tampa Bay, XFL News Hub will have the latest.
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