For the second week in a row, the San Antonio Brahmas started the week by announcing that one of their key players had suffered an injury and would move to the injured reserve list. Last week, injuries left a hole in the Brahmas roster at kicker and center, and San Antonio did an adequate job of filling in for the injured players. This week, the Brahmas started by announcing that quarterback Chase Garbers would most likely spend the rest of the season on injured reserve due to a wrist injury.

With Garbers injured, the Brahmas’ obvious move was to move backup quarterback Quentin Dormady to the starting position. Regardless of the starting quarterback position, Garber’s injury left the Brahmas with only two quarterbacks: Dormady and emergency third-string quarterback Tom Flacco. The Brahmas have signed former NFL quarterback Kevin Hogan to replenish their quarterback room.

This afternoon, UFL insider James Larsen broke the news that Hogan had signed with the Brahmas.

Signing with the Brahmas is Kevin Hogan’s first opportunity to demonstrate his abilities as a quarterback in any spring football league. Before coming to the UFL, Hogan started his professional football career when the Kansas City Chiefs selected him in the 5th round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Hogan began the season with the Chiefs in 2016, but the Cleveland Browns signed Him after the Chiefs released him.

While playing for the Browns from 2016 until 2017, Hogan played in eight games for the Browns. In 2018, Hogan signed with the Denver Broncos but was once again released and then signed by the Washington. In 2019, Hogan returned to the Broncos but was once again released. In 2021, Hogan signed with the Tennesee Titans and played in one game for the Titans.

During his NFL career, Hogan played in nine games, completing 60 passes for 101 yards, resulting in four touchdowns and seven interceptions. For the Brahmas, securing a quarterback to bring their quarterback room back to three was vital. Fortunately for the Brahmas, the quarterback that they were able to acquire brought several years of NFL experience with him to the UFL.

Heading into a Week 4 matchup against the Michigan Panthers, the Brahmas will start Dormady at quarterback. Over the next few weeks, and as Hogan gets comfortable with the Brahmas offense, Dormady has a chance to show that he is the man to lead the Brahmas offense. Still, Hogan could have an opportunity to challenge Dormady for the starting quarterback position in the future.

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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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