Dude, you must not know anything about the former USFL and who they had playing and for how much.
The USFL had every game broadcast on ESPN. The salary cap in the USFL in 1984 was 1.8 million dollars. The avg NFL players salary was $105,000 in 1983. It jumped 25% in 1984, due to competition from the USFL.
Today, the avg nfl player makes $1.1 million. NFL has billion dollar TV deals with ESPN, NBC, Fox, and CBS. Todays marquee players like Steve Young and Reggie White in the USFL days will cost you $15mil or more per year.
#1. Who are you going to find that would be willing to put the money into a league that could afford to offer competitive salaries to players?
#2. How are you going to entice a network to televise your games for a product that will, as we have said, directly compete with the NFL and risk the ire of NFL brass?