Around the XFL: Be a F.A.N.
On Monday, the XFL launched a new feature through which fans can directly impact the game on and off the field.
BE A F.A.N.
You may have noticed a new section of the site: a link to the Football Advisory Network.
Members of the XFL community can now join the digital hub through which the XFL asks for opinions on football. Feedback from F.A.N. members will help the XFL design its fan experience and shape the game on the field.
Let the eight XFL coaches explain:
Despite their recent heated battle on the basketball court, DC Defenders quarterback Cardale Jones and head coach Pep Hamilton have made amends and put in more bonding time:
Shifting cities, the St. Louis BattleHawks carry plenty of pro-football experience with Christine Michael forming a solid backfeild duo with Matt Jones.
The former Texas A&M Aggie was quite agile in this #MondayMotivation workout:
New York Guardians running back Darius Victor raises:
IN THE NEWS
- XFLBoard.com profiled Johnny Stanton IV, a quarterback-turned-safety at UNLV who was coaching a local freshman high school team when he found out the Los Angeles Wildcats drafted him last month.
- New York Guardians president Janet Duch graced the cover of NJ BIZ. Duch talked about building a start-up and said, “There’s a lot of research done saying 40 million fans want more football, that the professional and college season is not enough -- they want football."
- XFL Chalk Talk focused on two potential difference-makers for the Wildcats: WR Rashad Ross and DE Shawn Oakman.