Someone wanted Colin Cappernik to play football again – but his price was too high.
The new Alliance of American Football reached the former defender of the 49th, according to The Athletic.
AAF co-founder Bill Polian told Athletic that Chief Executive Charlie Ebersol reached Capper, but nothing came of it.
"I do not know what happened, but he obviously does not play," said Polian. SAN ANTONIO, ORLANDO According to the Associated Press, Capperic wanted $ 20 million or more to consider playing with the league that opened with his first set of games last weekend with similar to former players. T
t Jets Christian Hackenberg and John Wolfford, and formerly Toledo Logan Woodside, having QB launch jobs.
Players earn $ 225,000 in three years in the Alliance. In May, they are free to pursue the NFL career, but if they do not find a job there, they are obliged to return to the AAP. Caperick helped launch a wave of protests on social and racial injustice in 201
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Interest in Tim Tebou, said Polyan. Tebou, who was in the spring training with Metz, refused. Orlando Apollos coach Steve Spier told Pro Football Talk this week that Tebow's decision to stick to baseball makes sense. "No, and I do not blame Tim," said Caprice. "Tim has a chance to go to the Major League. I think Tim is probably going to the baseball. I do not blame him. If I were in his situation, I would probably have done the same. "
The Associated Press contributed to this story.