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  1. TeeMoney

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    The QB draft is tonight... hey, it's football.

    Any Dolphin fans choosing to root for a team in this minor league? I may look into the Birmingham Iron since I'm an Alabama fan. They have a team in Orlando. I live in South Carolina so closes to me would be the Atlanta team or the Memphis team...

    1. San Diego Fleet
    2. Birmingham Iron
    3. Arizona Hotshots
    4. Orlando Apollos
    5. Atlanta Legends
    6. Salt Lake Stallions
    7. Memphis Express
    8. San Antonio Commanders
    That's the teams and the order of their draft/protect scheme which is detailed here:

    https://aaf.com/live-the-alliance-of-american-football-quarterback-draft/
     
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    Birmingham Iron staff
    Front office
    Head coaches
    Offensive coaches

    Defensive coaches
    • Defensive line – Ray Hamilton
    • Defensive assistant/Quality control – Steve Meyer
    Special teams coaches
    • Special teams coordinator/Tight ends – Ray Rychleski
    • Assistant special teams/Secondary – Martin Bayless
     
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    Memphis Express staff
    Front office
    Head coaches
    Offensive coaches

    Defensive coaches
    Special teams coaches
    • Special teams coach/Running backs – Ty Knott
     
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    Arizona Hotshots staff
    Front office


    Head coaches

    Offensive coaches


    Defensive coaches

     
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    Salt Lake Stallions staff
    Front office
    Head coaches
    Offensive coaches
    • Offensive coordinator – Tim Lappano
    • Quarterbacks – Ronald Fouch
    • Wide receivers – Jason Phillips
    • Offensive line – Dan Cozzetto
    • Running backs/Offensive quality control – Nick Alaimalo

    Defensive coaches
     
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    San Antonio Commanders staff
    Front office
    Head coaches

    Defensive coaches
    • Defensive coordinator/Inside linebackers – Jim Grobe
    • Run defense coordinator/Outside linebackers – Joe Baker
    • Defensive backs – Bill Bradley
     
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    San Diego Fleet staff
    Front office
    • General manager – Dave Boller
    Head coaches
    Offensive coaches

    Defensive coaches
    Special teams coaches
     
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    Probably Birmingham. Joe Pendry is one of the best coaches I've ever seen - especially offensive line. He was Bama's OL coach under Saban until he retired. Our offensive line actually went the entire season without a single holding penalty one year under Pendry. He also coached Marino when he was a freshman at Pitt.

    What's interesting is to see all the former Dolphin coaches and executives that are now in this league - David Lee, Kevin Coyle, Randy Mueller, etc.

    Dolphins should look into finding out if they're more of a fit for this league.
     
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    In semi related news the XFL announced that when their 2020 season starts the teams will be in New York, LA, Dallas, Houston, Seattle, St Louis, Tampa, and Washington
     
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    oh wow I might have to keep up with birm a little. Logan was coach at ECU back when I was there. sad part is we took him for granted, many chants of "**** YOU LOGAN!" I don't even know why, I was just a drunk college kid going with the flow. but I guess when most of your chants use the F bomb "we're going beat the F--- out of you!" then it doesn't have to make sense.

    heres the qb draft though even though obviously nobody seemed to care about this league lol


    ROUND 1:

    1. San Diego Fleet (Protect): Josh Johnson, San Diego
    2. Atlanta Legends (Protect): Aaron Murray, Georgia
    3. Memphis Express (Protect): Troy Cook, University Tennessee at Martin
    4. San Antonio Commanders (Protect): Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M
    5. Birmingham Iron (Pick): Luis Perez, Texas A&M-Commerce
    6. Arizona Hotshots (Pick): Trevor Knight, Texas A&M
    7. Orlando Apollos (Pick): Garrett Gilbert, Southern Methodist
    8. Salt Lake Stallions (Pick): Josh Woodrum, Liberty
    ROUND 2:

    1. San Diego Fleet: Mike Bercovici, Arizona State
    2. Birmingham Iron: Blake Sims, Alabama
    3. Arizona Hotshots: John Wolford, Wake Forest
    4. Orlando Apollos: Stephen Morris, Miami
    5. Atlanta Legends: Matt Simms, Tennessee
    6. Salt Lake Stallions: B.J. Daniels, South Florida
    7. Memphis Express: Christian Hackenberg, Penn State
    8. San Antonio Commanders: Marquise Williams, North Carolina
    ROUND 3:

    1. San Antonio Commanders: Logan Woodside, Toledo
    2. Memphis Express: Brandon Silvers, Troy
    3. Salt Lake Stallions: Austin Allen, Arkansas
    4. Atlanta Legends: Peter Pujals, Holy Cross
    5. Orlando Apollos: Austin Appleby, Purdue
    6. Arizona Hotshots: Quinn McQueary, Montana Tech
    7. Birmingham Iron: Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin
    8. San Diego Fleet: Philip Nelson, East Carolina
    ROUND 4:

    1. San Antonio Commanders: Dalton Sturm, Texas-San Antonio
    2. Memphis Express: Zach Mettenberger, LSU
    3. Salt Lake Stallions: Matt Linehan, Idaho
    4. Atlanta Legends: Justin Holman, Central Florida
    5. Orlando Apollos: Kevin Anderson, Fordham
    6. Arizona Hotshots: Jack Heneghan, Dartmouth
    7. Birmingham Iron: Aleksander (“Alek”) Torgersen, Penn
    8. San Diego Fleet: Alex Ross, Coastal Carolina

    1. I guess I might have to pull for san diego since they are rocking the ECU QB, maybe he'll recruit zay and get him the hell off the bills. if SD-ATL is televised I'd prob watch it, Murray was a man crush of mine from back when I believe he was a fresh or soph. he went ape **** in a game and I was like this is going to be a stud QB I hope in 2-3 years hes a fin. and nice to see that Hack found him a job also
     

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