Former Saints in AAF (1 Viewer)

WxM

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I was curious how former Saints were doing in their bids to make the AAF, and possibly looking for a team to pull for. It looks like Arizona is the winner, with five. Atlanta arguably has the most Saints who contributed on the field, but I'll sooner jump off a building than root for a team from Atlanta.

Arizona Hotshots:
WR Josh Huff
OT Andrew Lauderdale
LB Obum Gwacham
CB Sterling Moore
S Robert Nelson

Atlanta Legends:
WR Seantavius Jones
DE Tavaris Barnes
LB KeShun Freeman
CB Damian Swann

Birmingham Iron:
TE Braedon Bowman
OG Avery Young
CB Bradley Sylve

Memphis Express:
LB Davis Tull
LB Colton Jumper

Orlando Appollos:
OG Andrew Tiller

Salt Lake Stallions:
GM Randy Mueller

San Antonio Commanders:
HC Mike Riley
OL Brian Folkerts
LB Jayrone Elliott

San Diego Fleet:
LB Travis Feeney
 
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Am I wrong in thinking the Saints could still use Jayrone Elliot on the active roster? I remember him being really disruptive in pre-season, constantly disrupting Offenses backfields, and getting hits, pressures on the QB. I believe he even got 2 sacks against the Jaguars.
 

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I always liked what CB Sterling Moore brought to the table as a backup CB. I hope he does very well in the AAF.
 

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Damn, i thought Damian Swann was going to be good player or us. He was a baller at Georgia. Guess injuries and that mishap w/the police had him out of the league.
 

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