Luis Pérez And Landry Jones, Outstanding Players Who Will Be In The XFL

By Adrián Hernández RuizStamford, USA, Feb 7 (Notimex) .- The XFL will begin this Saturday and will have the participation of some elements that have already played in the NFL, as is the case of quarterbacks Landry Jones and the Mexican-American Luis Pérez. The first of them, who will be with Renegades of Dallas, tried his fortune with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2013 to 2017, but could not win the position by replacing rookie Mason Rudolph in his last campaign; while his most recent campaign dates back to 2018 with Jaguars of Jacksonville, although he did not play a single minute. For his part, the player of Mexican descent tested with several NFL teams, the last of them Philadelphia Eagles, but did not stay with the starting squad. Perez had been part of the extinct American football league, the AAF, in 2019, where he was an undisputed holder with the Iron of Birmingham until mid-season the league concluded for extra-sports issues. quarterbacks Josh Johnson (Los Angeles), Matt McGloin (New York) and Cardale Jones (DC), will try their luck in this new league. Other elements that will militate in the XFL and have already participated in the top American football league in the United States are runner Matt Jones and kicker Marquette King (St. Louis), catcher Sammie Coates (Houston) and defensive tackle Will Sutton (Seattle). – End of note-NTX / AHR / AGG