The XFL took the week off from announcing another head coach/general manager, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to talk about! With NFL free agency dominating the news this week, it is time to take a look at some potential Tier 1 QBs that the XFL could be targeting. We also get even deeper into the details within the research and development of new rules that are being tested at Your Call Football and The Spring League! Join us for some more good, crisp Football talk on the road to 2020!
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Your weekly bonus show into all things Football is here! This week, NFL free agency and trading season have us asking: “what ever happened to predictability?” Join us as we discuss the Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr. trades. Also dive into some NFL free agency signings, the halfway point of the AAF season, and the academic fraud scandal that has millions of people telling the NCAA,”how rude!”
This week’s show reacts to Marc Trestman’s introductory press conference as the new XFL Tampa Bay Head Coach/General Manager. We also welcome Dave “Softy” Mahler from 950 KJR in Seattle to discuss Jim Zorn and the XFL taking over CenturyLink Field next February. Also get the latest on a new XFL Football Ops hire, a conversation on a potential innovation to be tested during The Spring League, and more fun with the XFL salary tiers!
The XFL’s plan to entice quality young players is taking shape, so we are breaking down the Action Network’s report on just how the league intends to do that with special signing bonuses. Also get the details on how many players can be signed to each team based on what salary tier they fall into.
In addition to all the nerdy salary talk, we also recap and grade new Seattle head coach/general manager Jim Zorn’s press conference while speculating on the upcoming Tampa head coach press conference. March is here and the coaches keep on coming! Join us for another pivotal week on the road to 2020!
Pep Hamilton was officially introduced as the head coach/general manager of XFL D.C. this week. Join us as we discuss the hire and what type of team Hamilton will mold D.C. into. We also dive into the XFL’s next round of rules experiments, this time with the interactiveYour Call Football series.
During this week’s Hot Read, get all of the latest details on XFL team names and when they will be announced as well as a look at the league’s time frame for announcing coaches. Get caught up on everything the XFL has planned in the coming months regarding player signings, QB salaries, practice facilities, and more. It is an information packed episode full of XFL news you need to know!
While Bob Stoops is currently the only officially announced Head Coach/General Manager in the XFL, there are reports surfacing about a few other notable coaches who could be announced very soon. This week we take a detailed look at Pep Hamilton, Jim Zorn, and a couple of other coaches being discussed as candidates during the Hot Read. RJ Choppy of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas also joins the show to talk Stoops and all things Dallas Y’all!
Also, the spotlight is put on two very well respected names in the Football community who will be consulting with the XFL. Dean Blandino will lend his officiating expertise to the XFL while QB guru Tom House is going to provide help to the league’s quarterbacks. Learn more about Blandino and House during this week’s Cover 2.
This week the XFL introduced former Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach Bob Stoops as the new Head Coach and General Manager of XFL Dallas. Football insider Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) joins the show to discuss why some people didn’t want to believe his report about Stoops joining the league, why this is a such a big signing for the XFL, and who we might expect to be hired to the other 7 XFL head coaching gigs.
Also on this week’s show: Shooting down rumored coaching candidates, spotlighting the XFL’s League Neurologist Dr. Julian Bailes, and Oliver Luck reiterates that the XFL is not settling for a small time TV deal.