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8 ex-patriots who made the most of their time in the AAF

Yesterday it was revealed that the Alliance of American Football was about to fold after hiring its operations for a seemingly possession. While the league only officially closed its doors eight weeks after its first regular season, it's likely to happen sooner rather than later – with dozens of professional footballers left jobless and on the open market. The details …

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Report: AAF can fold per owner this week

FILE – In this file from February 19, 2019, Tom Dundon, majority owner of the Carolina Hurricanes, and Charlie Ebersol, co-founder and CEO of the Alliance of American Football, talked to the media about Dundons $ 250 million investment in the league before an NHL hockey match between the New York Rangers and the Hurricanes in Raleigh, NC. It is …

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Johnny Manziel gets another chance in the A.A.F.

Quarterback Johnny Manziel, a former Heisman Trophy winner, who is in the N.F.L. and was kicked out of the Canadian Football League, signed on Saturday night at the Alliance of American Football and will join the Memphis Express. The rights of Manziel belonged to San Antonio from the Spring League, but this team declined to sign him and Manziel was …

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AAF offers training for QB after CFL banishment

CLOSE What I hear: Lorenzo Reyes describes in detail how Johnny Manziel's release means his time in Canada is over and he has to look elsewhere to play football. USA TODAY Johnny Manziel's camp is in contact with representatives of the Alliance of American Football regarding their ability to join the League, AAF Chairman Tom Dundon told US TODAY Sports …

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