Around the XFL: Hiss on three
Mondays stink. XFL football does not.
Let’s dive in.
Get caught up with everything you may have missed this past week with the This is the XFL Show podcast featuring Los Angeles Wildcats quarterback Josh Johnson and St. Louis BattleHawks head coach Jonathan Hayes.
Want to bring intensity to the football field? All you have to do is bring some MMA gloves.
At least, that is Dallas Renegades defensive line coach James Jeffcoat Jr.'s idea. Check out coach bringing the defensive line’s intensity to another level.
Head coach Bob Stoops stepped off the practice field to go see his old team, Oklahoma, win another Big 12 Championship this past weekend.
The DC Defenders never clocked out this weekend.
See their weekend work below.
Houston Roughnecks wide receiver Sammie Coates was bringing some serious energy this past weekend.
Los Angeles Wildcats
Need some motivation to hit the gym after a long weekend?
The Wildcats have you covered.
New York Guardians
The New York Guardians had a flipping good weekend.
St. Louis BattleHawks
The BattleHawks continue to grow their bond as they grind through the weekend portion of minicamp.
Also, BattleHawks punter Marquette King has the non-football play of the day, week and month.
Get to know defensive tackle Jordan Thompson, the Seattle Dragons’ new funny guy.
Tampa Bay Vipers
Tampa Bay Vipers linebacker Terrance Plummer is doing his part to win teammate of the year.
Alright, that’s it for today. Hiss on three.