Former Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Landry Jones has officially joined the XFL, according to commissioner Oliver Luck.
When it came to ranking the XFL coaching staffs, we put a lot of emphasis on the man in charge of the franchise. It starts at the top and if you don't have the right head coach, most likely the franchise won't go anywhere.
XFL founder Vince McMahon and XFL commissioner Oliver Luck should take note of those things the AAF did correctly. While learning from the AAF's mistakes will help the XFL, so will what the AAF did correctly. Here are some things that the XFL could implement from watching the AAF.
He also talked about giving the game back to the fans, making sure to let everyone who watched the announcement know that the fans voice will be heard, something that the NFL has seemed to get away from in recent years. But McMahon shouldn’t just stop there, the new possibilities on the way he presents professional football seem endless. McMahon’s XFL is a blank canvas and he will have the opportunity to paint a new vision for professional football fans. The possibilities for the XFL are endless when it comes to changing professional football.
Vince McMahon announced last week that he is relaunching the XFL. Here are some details on what the league will look like when it starts in 2020.
10 Possible Cities for XFL Teams: Vince McMahon announced on Thursday that the XFL will return to the national stage in 2020. New teams will be decided upon and announced in 2019, and cities across the country will begin their bids for brand-new XFL franchises.
With rumors surrounding an announcement from Vince McMahon that he's intending to revive the XFL, here's why the football landscape may be ideal for its reincarnation.