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Sport New league to hold combines

03:15  03 july  2018
03:15  03 july  2018 Source:   sportsxchange.com

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The NFL will not be holding Regional Combines in 2018. National Football League Attn: NFL Regional Combines 345 Park Avenue New York, NY 10154. Phone: 212-450-2434 Email: nflregionalcombines@nfl.com Web: www.NFLRegionalCombines.com.

Steve Spurrier is one of the eight head coaches in the Alliance of American Football. © Matt Stamey-USA TODAY Sports (file photo) Steve Spurrier is one of the eight head coaches in the Alliance of American Football. The Alliance of American Football, which is set to begin its inaugural season in February 2019, announced it will hold three combines in August to look for players.

The combines will be held in Los Angeles, Houston and Atlanta, giving players not in the NFL an opportunity to go through measurements and a variety of tests for scouts.

The league announced it will play mostly Saturday games and start a week after the Super Bowl.

The eight AAF teams have already named their head coaches: Brad Childress (Atlanta), Tim Lewis (Birmingham), Mike Singletary (Memphis), Steve Spurrier (Orlando), Rick Neuheisel (Phoenix), Dennis Erickson (Salt Lake City) Mike Riley (San Antonio) and Mike Martz (San Diego).

NFL teams’ national revenue increased by 4.9 percent in 2017 .
Despite declining television ratings, the NFL brought in more money than ever before through its broadcast deals in 2017. Each of the league’s 32 teams took in $255 million in national revenues last year, which translates to $8.16 billion across the league. That’s an increase of 4.9 percent from 2016, according to Darren Rovell of ESPN.

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