The New AAF Football League Has Folded
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The AAF (The Alliance of American Football) will suspend football operations on Tuesday, just eight weeks into its inaugural season. Per SI...

SI's Albert Breer reported AAF team officials have a conference call with the league office at 1 p.m. ET. Breer reported there's a perception inside the league that AAF majority owner Tom Dundon bought a bought a stake in the league for the gambling app being developed with one source saying, "Dundon got the technology he wanted and he's now minus one rather large headache."

According to ProFootballTalk, the league is not folding yet but it is heading that way.

Dundon told USA Today last week that the league was in jeopardy of folding if it wasn't able to use young NFL talent in its second season. He said the NFL Players Association is not cooperating with the league and said if the union wouldn't cooperate, the AAF "can't be a development league." The league was intended to be a feeder system for the NFL. Breer added that the NFLPA had consistent dialogue with the AAF over the last few weeks, and was surprised that Dundon went public with his plea for their help.

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Doug Masters64 months
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chinhoyang64 months
Johnny Football's fault
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NASA_ISS_Tiger64 months
Wow. That was fast.
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