As the fallout over the demise of the Alliance of American Football (AAF) continues its course, the NFL has taken notice. Numerous former AAF players have signed with NFL teams in hopes of continuing their careers.
The rumors had been floating around for the last couple of weeks, but on Tuesday it was official. The Alliance of American Football (AAF) has officially suspended operations. This decision was made by AAF chairman Tom Dundon, although co-founder Bill Polian has voiced opposition to this move, leaving the league's future in doubt.
It's an odd time when Johnny Manziel has become the voice of reason.
The recently added Memphis Express quarterback had some advice for others in The AAF if it ends up folding. Football operations have been suspended and things aren't looking so good for those employed by the league. That's when Manziel tweeted words of advice and encouragement.
According to multiple reports, the AAF is headed in the direction of shutting down operations completely. At the moment the organization is suspending football operations, which will be a big loss for owner Tom Dundon.