Spring football leagues time has come

Spring Football Leagues Time Has Come: A Revived USFL Borrows Team Nicknames and Look from Past. 

The USFL was a spring football league that played from 1983 to 1985 in the northeastern United States,

with teams in Boston, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. The league

gained attention after several high-profile players jumped to the NFL, but it folded after three seasons

due to its unstable financial situation. Now, there’s another spring football league that borrows team 

nicknames and looks from the past. The USFL existed from 1983 to 1985, and though it didn’t quite riva

the NFL in popularity or talent, it was a big enough player that President Donald Trump wanted in. 

He bought a team and hired a general manager (Hall of Famer George Allen) before launching an ill-fated

$8.5 billion antitrust lawsuit against the league and its owners that eventually shuttered operations. 

 But now, with Trump serving as president, Spring Football Leagues Time Has Come: A Revived USFL Borrows

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