More UFL Roster Moves

Joshua LobdellCorrespondent ISeptember 28, 2009

By paying attention to the four team of the UFL roster moves we can start to determine first what kind of league this is going to be, and to start evaluating how the front offices of these four teams operate. Both of these two things will be very important as the league moves forward.

 

With that being said here is a look at the roster moves from the second week of UFL training camps:

 


Las Vegas
Locomotives

 

Cut

 

TE Scott Kahn

T Pedro Sosa

 

Added

 

TE Jake Nordin

OL Jeremy Parquet

OL Tavaris Washington

 


California
Redwoods

 

Cut

 

QB Brett Dietz

WR Brandon Rice

WR Peter Warrick

LB Anthony Felder

 

Added

 

CB Anthony Mims

 


Florida
Tuskers

 

Cut

QB Craig Nall

LB AJ Nicholson

QB Darrell Hackney

OL Mike Brown

 

Added

 

QB Brooks Bollinger

 

Bollinger is an interesting case, since he was very recently on the roster of   the Detroit Lions. Bollinger was drafted by the Tuskers in the UFL draft in August. He maintained his rights in the UFL, while he tried to make the Lions team. Now he is back with the Tuskers and looks to be their starter.

 

The Tuskers currently only have two QB’s on their roster Bollinger and Chris Greisen. Greisen was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals and played for the Rhein Fire of the NFL European league. On returning to the states Greisen played for several team in the Arena Football league.

 

While a member of the Georgia Force in 2007, Greisen set the AFL record for most TD’s in one season with 117.

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