Fifteen USFL players have already inked deals with NFL teams since the season ended
There is absolutely a need for the USFL, the XFL, and any other league that gives players the opportunity to play the game they love. Since the end of the USFL season, 15 players have already inked contracts with NFL teams.
This weekend, the Jacksonville Jaguars signed Kyle Sloter the former New Orleans Breakers quarterback who dominated throwing for 1,798 yards and was second in the league. Sloter became the latest to sign.
Arizona Cardinals – Cardinals signed WR Victor Bolden from the Birmingham Stallions
Cincinnati Bengals – Bengals signed DT Domenique Davis, and LB Tegray Scales from the Houston Gamblers
Dallas Cowboys – Cowboys signed LB Christian Sam from the New Orleans Breakers
Green Bay Packers – Packers signed TE Sal Cannella from the New Orleans Breakers and WR Osirus Mitchell from the Birmingham Stallions
Jacksonville Jaguars – Jaguars signed QB Kyle Sloter from the New Orleans Breakers
Las Vegas Raiders – Raiders signed both WR Isaiah Zuber from the Houston Gamblers, and CB Ike Brown from the New Orleans Breakers.
Los Angeles Chargers – Chargers signed OLB Carlo Kemp from the Pittsburgh Maulers
Los Angeles Rams – Rams signed QB Luis Perez from the New Jersey Generals
New England Patriots – Patriots signed DL Jeremiah Pharms from the Pittsburgh Maulers
Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers signed DL Doug Costin from the Birmingham Stallions
Washington Commanders – Commanders signed both CB Channing Stribling from the Philadelphia Stars who led the USFL in interceptions, and CB DeJuan Neal from the New Jersey Generals