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Memphis Express Roster (AAF Football)

Some familiar names will be filling the AAF team
Memphis Express Roster (AAF Football)

The city of Memphis, Tenn., will add to its football legacy as the Express embark as one of the Alliance of American Football's (AAF) inaugural franchises. The home of the Memphis Tigers since 1912, the city along the Mississippi River has also hosted several professional teams through the years, the most notable being the NFL's Tennessee Oilers (1997) before they moved to Nashville and became the Titans.

 

Birmingham Iron Roster (AAF Football)

The state of Alabama's rich football tradition is alive and well with the AAF team
Birmingham Iron Roster (AAF Football)

Alabama's football roots run deep so it's only fitting that the Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football (AAF) call historic Legion Field home. The venue's history goes back to 1927 and is Alabama's oldest football stadium. Now, it's where the Iron will play their home games in the AAF's inaugural season.

 

Atlanta Legends Roster (AAF Football)

Some familiar names will be filling the AAF team

The Atlanta Legends will have plenty of hometown flavor on their roster for the inaugural season of the Alliance of American Football (AAF). Led by head coach Kevin Coyle, who has more than 30 years of coaching experience, including four seasons (2012-15) as the defensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins.

 

Arizona Hotshots Roster (AAF Football)

Some familiar names will be filling the AAF team
Arizona Hotshots Roster (AAF Football)

The Arizona Hotshots are located in the Pac-12 footprint, so it only makes that the Alliance of American Football (AAF) franchise looks the part. It starts with head coach Rick Neuheisel, whose entire collegiate coaching career was spent in the Pac-12, highlighted by his head-coaching tenures at Colorado (1995-98), Washington (1999-2002), and UCLA (2008-11).

 

AAF Football: What You Need to Know About the Alliance of American Football

A look at teams, coaches, players, cities and schedules for the new Alliance of American Football
AAF Football: What You Need to Know About the Alliance of American Football

America’s newest professional football league, the Alliance of American Football (AAF), begins play the week following Super Bowl LIII with kickoff set for Saturday, Feb. 9.

 

Who are the Teams of the Alliance of American Football?

Find out more about the eight teams that make up the AAF
Who are the Teams of the Alliance of American Football?

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is a new professional league that consists of two conferences with eight teams. The teams are located across the southern and western United States and are divided into two, four-team conferences, Eastern and Western.

 

AAF Football: Players to Watch in the Alliance of American Football

Here are some former college stars and NFL draft picks to watch in the AAF
AAF Football: Players to Watch in the Alliance of American Football

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) has developed into the most anticipated startup league to enter the U.S. sports scene in quite some time. The AAF has made headlines over the last couple of months because of their business model, strong media partners, big-name coaches, and the players that will be wearing their uniforms.

AAF Football: 2019 Season Schedule for Alliance of American Football

A quick and easy schedule for the AAF's inaugural season

The inaugural season of the Alliance of American Football (AAF) kicks off this weekend on Feb. 9 and 10. With Super Bowl LIII now in the books, fans still hungry for football can give this new, upstart league a look. The AAF's 10-week schedule will have all eight playing each week with two games on Saturday and two on Sunday. There is one game scheduled for Friday the final week of the regular season, which is April 12-14.

 

Who Are the Head Coaches of the Alliance of American Football (AAF)?

The AAF is bringing some familiar faces back to the sidelines for its inaugural season
Who Are the Head Coaches of the Alliance of American Football (AAF)?

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is making waves on the American sports scene and they haven't played any games yet. In addition to their business strategy, television deal, and giving former NFL and NCAA stars a second chance, the AAF also has brought in some big-name coaches to run its franchises. Many of these names are familiar to football fans, while a couple are getting their first chances to be head coaches.

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