Though the AAF has suspended operations, the players were able to put a lot of tape out. Here are five players the Denver Broncos should try to sign.
The AAF has suspended all activity, leaving hundreds of players, coaches, social media gurus, trainers, and many people in general without jobs for the time being.
The bad news is, the AAF perhaps bit off more than it could chew as a league, not competing with the NFL but attempting to work with the NFL and put out a stellar product for people to consume.
Unfortunately, it didn’t work out the way everyone involved had hoped.
The good news is, many players in the AAF will now get serious looks from NFL teams after what they put on tape in a short amount of time. One of the biggest perks of a league like this, as far as I’m concerned, is the fact that players who need extra game development can get it, and they can go up against players who have competed for NFL roster spots, practice squad spots, or even guys who were once first-round picks in the NFL.
The AAF was a hodge-podge of players you recognize for their NFL Draft standing and players you recognize from being on your team’s 90-man roster through the preseason in recent years.
Now, a number of those players will have the chance to compete once again for NFL jobs when it seemed hope may have been lost for them, thanks to the AAF.
Here are five players whose NFL dreams could continue on, and preferably as members of the Denver Broncos.