The AAF is entering its second week in existence, heading into today’s games, here are the top three former Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing this weekend.
Throughout the Alliance of American Football league, former NFL players looking for a second chance at the NFL are playing their hearts out in hopes of a contract. Included in that number are ten former Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Some names included in that are Freddie Martino, Kenny Bell, and Jude Adjei-Barimah. While the Orlando Apollos are the Tampa Bay feeder team, most former Bucs find themselves playing in either Arizona or Salt Lake as they played for other affliated NFL teams as well.
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While some players were merely just camp tryouts that did not work out for the team, some had very productive NFL careers before flaming out and landing in the AAF. While the competition is definitely a step or three back from the NFL, the AAF is a bridge until the NFL returns. We have another full slate of games this weekend as Salt Lake and Birmingham play this afternoon, and Arizona and Memphis play tonight. Orlando and San Antonio play tomorrow afternoon, while Atlanta and San Diego finish off the weekend at 8pm EST Sunday night.
Looking forward to that full load of games this afternoon, tonight, and tomorrow, it is another opportunity for former members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to showcase their skills. Ahead of tomorrow’s game, here are the top three former players who came through Tampa Bay.