With the conclusion of the CFL draft many former USFL and XFL players recently found themselves on the outside looking in, when trying to extend their pro football careers. With CFL training camps many more former USFL/XFL players could find themselves once again looking for their next team in hopes of extending their careers. Below is a list of several players released over the last week with American Spring League ties.


Todd Centeio: Orlando Guardians (2024)


Aaron Adeoye: Birmingham Stallions (2022), Arlington Renegades (2023)

Ferlando Jordan: Pittsburgh Maulers Draft Pick (4th Round)


T.J. Storment: Orlando Guardians (2023), D.C. Defenders (2023)

Garrett Maag: Michigan Panthers (2024)

Raleigh Texada: Houston Roughnecks (2023)

Dezmon Patmon: Michigan Panthers (2024)

Allie Green IV: St. Louis Battlehawks (2023)

Hunter Thedford: Pittsburgh Maulers (2022)

Emeke Egbule: St. Louis Battlehawks (2022-23)

DeAndre Torrey: Michigan Panthers (2022), Vegas Vipers (2023) (Suspended)

Matthew McKay: San Antonio Brahmas (2024)

Jaquarii Roberson: Houston Roughnecks (2023)

Bryce Watts: St. Louis Battlehawks (2023), Arlington Renegades (2023), New Orleans Breakers (2023)

Keyshon Camp: Birmingham Stallions (2022-2023), Philadelphia Stars (2023)


John Daka: Houston Roughnecks (2023), St. Louis Battlehawks (2024)

Mike Weber Jr.: New Jersey Jersey Generals (2022)

Jeff Badet: Dallas Renegades (2020), Michigan Panthers (2022), Vegas Vipers (2023) (Retired)

Jose Borregales: Orlando Guardians (2023)

Sadarius Hutcherson: Memphis Showboats (2023), D.C. Defenders (2024)

Montrae Braswell: St. Louis Battlehawks (2024)

Malachi Wideman: San Antonio Brahmas (2024)


Jalen Green: Houston Gamblers (2023)

Justin Ford: Houston Gamblers (2023 USFL Draft Pick)

Joe Walker: Michigan Panthers (2022-2023)

Kaleb Eleby: Houston Roughnecks (2023)

Brian Herrien: Arlington Renegades (2023)


Thad Moss: Birmingham Stallions (2023) Has Since Retired)

With the fallout of the USFL-XFL merger it was no surprised that many players from the now defunct leagues went up North in an attempt to extend their football careers. With CFL rosters extremely strict on the amount of International/American players allowed on the roster many could view it as an up-hill battle for many of these players to make the team. For UFL teams, with injuries beginning to mount it may not be too surprising to see some of these players return to a UFL franchise, especially those who have some familiarity with the current systems they’ve played in.

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Patrick Rifino

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