His angry armchair critics – who likely have a less-than-50% success rate in projecting QB’s – could wind up one step closer to seeing his comeback vanquished, thus giving them the temporary satisfaction of “knowing” that he couldn’t make it should he ever get the chance to play again.
The UFL’s Hartford Colonials have folded, coach Jerry Glanville has taken a consultant job with the UFL and the team will be reassigned in a dispersal draft this coming Monday. Also, the league announced the remaining four teams will now play merely a 6-game season.
I’ve heard some convinced that Brennan will go to the Las Vegas Locos and someone else believes the Sacramento Lions is the best fit.
What’s interesting is, the UFL has been hoping to get the NFL to sponsor them as a developmental league. Maybe the difficulty faced by the NFL GM’s and coaches slicing the 90-man roster down to 53 will prompt them to push for such a set-up.
It could definitely advance scouting during the season as front office people would have a lot of fresh tape to look at if they wanted or needed to go outside the practice squad for an addition.