On Monday evening, the UFL sent a press release listing several new additions to the active roster for UFL teams. In that list of players, San Antonio added ten players to the Brahmas 2024 active roster

Recent Brahmas roster additions include four All-XFL players from 2023, including defensive lineman Delontae Scott. Brahmas have also brought back four players from the 2023 season, including quarterback Reid Sinnett, defensive end Drew Beesley, and defensive back Ryan Lewis.

Several Brahmas players acquired during the UFL player allocation period are part of the recent additions to the Brahmas active roster. Those players include running back Brycen Alleyne, All-XFL tight end Cody Latimer, wide receiver Justin Smith, and recently signed free agent Caeveon Patton. The ten additions include Brahmas’ returning offensive lineman Michael Brown and defensive back Mac McCain. McCain brings NFL experience to the Brahmas defensive backfield.

Bubba Bolden Traded To Birmingham

In a second press release, the UFL announced that the Brahmas had traded back Bubba Bolden to the Birmingham Stallions and received defensive back Alijah Holder.

Holder played for the Seattle Sea Dragons during the 2023 XFL season and recorded 25 total tackles. Before Seattle, Holder played for the Houston Gamblers in the USFL during the 2022 season, and he has spent time with multiple NFL teams, including the Denver Broncos and the Detroit Lions. Holder played college football at Stanford from 2014 until 2018, and he had two interceptions, including one for a touchdown and 132 total tackles.

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Aaron Sauter
Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.

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