Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Ahman Green to the UFL?

Remember that upstart football league that played it's first season last year, the UFL? Well, it's actually going to make it for a second season, and it could be bringing Ahman Green into the fold. The teams aren't really the same as they were last season, and one of the new teams being brought into the fold is the Omaha Nighthawks. Green is reportedly mulling an offer to play for the Nighthawks, which would bring him back to the state where he flourished in college football.

It's a push by the league to get bigger named players to come play for their teams, and also to sign players with previously established local ties to an area. Green would fit the latter, and if so he would be joining Daunte Culpepper in coming into the league, as Culpepper has signed on to be a member of the Sacramento Mountain Lions.

So to review, the Florida Tuskers and Las Vegas Locomotives still remain in the league. Out are the California Redwoods and New York/New Jersey Sentinels, in are the Omaha Nighthawks, Sacramento Mountain Lions, and Hartford Colonials. Coming into the league are players such as Daunte Culpepper, possibly Ahman Green. And people still won't watch.

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