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Topic - United Football League
There were many unfamiliar faces at Redskins minicamp this spring, from quarterback Robert Griffin III to a new-look secondary and a new kicker.
The chair never stood a chance. "You see, it's like this," Marty Schottenheimer said as he sprang to his feet in his office and grabbed the unsuspecting furniture. "If you turn this way, you lose leverage and this defensive lineman's got the advantage. But if you take a step back you see? Now you've got position."
Eric Crouch can't catch a break in professional football.
Isaiah Trufant watched the football bounce in front of him and waited a split-second to judge where it was going.
As much as anything, kicking is about timing. So it was nice of Bryson Gano, Graham Gano's newborn son, to come into this world two days before the Washington Redskins' preseason game Friday at Indianapolis. Bryson's father, after all, is battling to keep his job, and a game-day delivery might have proved a distraction.
Daunte Culpepper threw passes to tight end Nate Lawrie once again, on a little bigger stage this time than during their stint together last year with the United Football League's Sacramento Mountain Lions.
The struggling United Football League announced Wednesday that it will play a shorter season with four teams instead of five, with the Hartford Colonials suspending operations.
The Omaha Nighthawks are giving Eric Crouch another shot at professional football.
The Omaha Nighthawks have added Maurice Clarett to the active roster.
Former Miami Dolphins and West Virginia quarterback Pat White has signed with the United Football League's Virginia Destroyers.
Eric Crouch is giving pro football yet another try.
Former NFL coach Marty Schottenheimer has been hired as head coach and general manager of the Virginia Destroyers of the UFL.
Running back Ahman Green says he has agreed to play in the CFL next season for the defending Grey Cup champion Montreal Alouettes.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has filed a lawsuit against the United Football League claiming the league has failed to repay $5 million he loaned it last year.
Maurice Clarett's football comeback was a success, certainly to him.