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Around the XFL: Week 2 on the horizon

Wildcats WR Jalen Greene makes a catch on the sidelines during Tuesday's practice.

Week 2 is looming, and teams are either looking to remain perfect or trying to get their first win of 2020.

Time to get caught up on everything you may have missed.

From XFL.com

News

  • The XFL kicks off its season this past weekend (NFL Live, ESPN)
  • Rich Bucher believes the XFL will be disruptors in the game of football (The Herd, FS1)
  • The XFL is innovating (Jalen & Jacoby, ESPN)
  • Expectations for XFL and thoughts on Week 1 (PFF, NBC Sports Network)
  • Houston Roughnecks head coach June Jones talks about coaching in the XFL (Golic & Wingo, ESPN News)
  • New York Guardians head coach Kevin Gilbride joins Moose and Maggie(WFAN)
  • All-in on gambling: XFL embracing betting from get-go (ESPN)
  • XFL futures betting: 2020 championship odds, picks and best bets (USA Today)
  • XFL players who did the most for their NFL chances during Week 1 (The Athletic)

In case you missed it...

Houston Roughnecks P.J. Walker has been named the league's first Star of the Week.

Walker was 23-for-39 for 272 yards and four touchdowns. Missed a moment? Don't worry. We have you covered.

Chattin' with the Commish

XFL Comissioner Oliver Luck was on The Dan Patrick Show this morning, talking about a wide range of topics, including the league's long-term goals, his son Andrew, and what rule he thinks the NFL would adopt from the XFL.

'100 Yards' with Mr. 100

The Los Angeles Wildcats took a stroll with the XFL's first 100-yard receiver Nelson Spurce, looking back at Week 1 and looking forward to the season ahead.

Trending

Houston Roughnecks running back Nick Holley talks about how he was trending on Twitter following Week 1 and his reaction to the overwhelmingly positive response to his interview Saturday.

Check out the interview for yourself.

Week 2 prep begins

All teams are starting to hit the field, begining their prep for the second week of the XFL season. We start in Tampa Bay, where the Vipers are looking for their first win.

The Seattle Dragons are also searching for their initial victory as they hit the field, looking to perfect their pressure on the quarterback.

What a toe drag by Wildcats wide receiver Jalen Greene.

Getting ready in Seattle

The Dragons' home, CenturyLink Field, is looking good in orange and green. 

Heading to CenturyLink Sunday? You better come hungry.

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