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Sam Mobley Coaching High School Football, Open To An XFL Return

Houston Roughnecks WR Sam Mobley has been keeping busing during the XFL offseason. In an article from Union County Weekly. Mobley returned home to his alma mater Parkwood High to help coach football.

“I just wanted to come back and provide a little knowledge and what I have learned from my years of playing,” Mobley said. “And it was a good opportunity with a new coach and a fresh start. I have known the kids. I am familiar with the area, and I want to help as much as possible.”

The article breaks down his football journey and the influence his father had getting him involved in football. The question was asked that since The Rock, Dany Garica, and others have purchased the XFL, would he be interested in coming back. The answer was yes.

“I definitely plan on going back (to the XFL) if the opportunity presents itself,” Mobley said. “I think it will come back. I don’t know how it will look with the coronavirus, but I think they have plans to bring it back in 2021.”

Mobley is one of a handful of XFL players and coaches who are open to returning to the XFL. LA Wildcats Head Coach/GM Winston Moss wants back into the XFL 3.0. Others like DC Defenders LB A.J. Tarpley are not as keen on the idea.

Mobley finished the 5 game XFL season with 10 catches for 187 yards and 1 touchdown. His breaking out game came in week 5 against the Seattle Dragons, where he has 6 catches for 95 yards.

Mark is the founder and editor of XFL News Hub. The site was started in January of 2018, within days of the announced return of the XFL. Contact him directly by emailing mark.perry@xflnewshub.com

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