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    Hearing former Vulcans Cameron Tarver and Jordan Bowman have been drafted into the AAF. Paul Butler is with the Raiders. Pretty cool seeing recent guys continue to get a chance to play.l!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostOfHomer01 View Post
    Hearing former Vulcans Cameron Tarver and Jordan Bowman have been drafted into the AAF. Paul Butler is with the Raiders. Pretty cool seeing recent guys continue to get a chance to play.l!
    #64 for the 1st place BEARS is really the only one playing !!! ERIC KUSH has played virtually all offensive snaps at left guard this season. Nice situation for a tall gangly kid from CHARTIERS VALLEY that D1 took a pass on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CALUPA69 View Post
    #64 for the 1st place BEARS is really the only one playing !!! ERIC KUSH has played virtually all offensive snaps at left guard this season. Nice situation for a tall gangly kid from CHARTIERS VALLEY that D1 took a pass on.
    For sure! I was just mentioning recent players lol we’ll documented kush is doing well as well as a few others golden era players in the NFL

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    Even for one of these fly-by-night leagues, relatively few name players.

    And no sign of Christian Hackenberg.

    Yet.

    I'm guessing these are the signees prior to the draft.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrshooter View Post
    Even for one of these fly-by-night leagues, relatively few name players.

    And no sign of Christian Hackenberg.

    Yet.

    I'm guessing these are the signees prior to the draft.

    The AAF will be legit. They signed a contract with CBS and will air on national TV every week after the super bowl. I was skeptical until I saw the Big names associated with this league like Bill Polian. I think it is going to work in conjunction with the NFL as a free agent feeder system kind of like minors with MLB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostOfHomer01 View Post
    The AAF will be legit. They signed a contract with CBS and will air on national TV every week after the super bowl. I was skeptical until I saw the Big names associated with this league like Bill Polian. I think it is going to work in conjunction with the NFL as a free agent feeder system kind of like minors with MLB.
    Homer, why would anyone think this would catch on when the CFL can't get numbers with no competition on TV in June-July? The CFL has more recognizable names than this.

    Although the AAF does have a McQueary at quarterback (from Montana Tech).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrshooter View Post
    Homer, why would anyone think this would catch on when the CFL can't get numbers with no competition on TV in June-July? The CFL has more recognizable names than this.

    Although the AAF does have a McQueary at quarterback (from Montana Tech).
    The CFL isn’t real football. Most of the game is special teams and the its just simply not the same game. DL in the CFL are oversized LBs running the ball isn’t a thing. And this league is domestic on a US channel not on ESPN a couple random weeks before pre season. If anyone has legitimately watched a good amount of CFL ball you know why it hasn’t caught on. The way they are running this league is interesting and I think personally they have a shot especially if they continue to work with the NFL. And the CFL does for now. But if they keep paying pocket change that will change quick. This league is already offering over 20k more out the gate first year than the CFL league minimum without paying taxes to both countries and being trapped in a contract Incase the NFL comes knocking.

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