Former San Francisco defender Colin Caprinnik spoke to XFL executives about joining the rebooted League when he started in 2020.
A XFL official confirmed the conversations of Sporting News on Monday but did not give any
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The report comes from the 20 $ million plays in the Alliance of American Football. Sources told Sporting News that he was looking for the same amount of money to play in Vince McMahon's soccer league.
XFL is considered a direct competitor of AAF, so it would make sense for the league to make a splash with a signature like Kaepernick. Although McMahon said the policy would not be injected into the league and that every player must run for the national anthem, ESPN announced in March 201
Kafernik's lawyer Mark Geragos previously hinted that Patriots from New England or Auckland were interested in signing him. But there is no confirmed interest in him.
The XFL did not announce any big names to join the league, despite rumors that would allow a young college football star like Trevor Lawrence to play and undermine the NFL entry policy.
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So far XFL has announced that Bob Stoops, Pep Hamilton and Jim Zorn will be coaches for this round.