Calls to season ticket lines and links on the team's website went unanswered and returned no results Tuesday.
"The additional concern on the NFLPA's part is that if an National Football League player played in the AAF and suffered serious injury, that player would face the risk of missing an National Football League season and lose a year of accrued experience, which carries financial ramifications for players". The league founded by Charie Ebersol and Bill Polian was always doomed to fail, as our Chris Korman wrote, but Tuesday's news is still surprising despite rumblings this was imminent. The AAF has yet to release a statement on the future of the league or its suspension of operations. Tom Dundon, who also owns the NHL's Carolina Panthers, had to pledge a $250 million investment to save the league at that point and he essentially became the league's new owner.
"If you're an AAF player and the league does dissolve". The AAF would be somewhat of a developmental league in the spring - a Triple-A to MLB, of sorts - for fringe NFL roster players hoping to make it in the fall.
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The AAF last month also moved its title game from Las Vegas to Frisco, Texas.
According to Pro Football Talk there are no plans to officially fold yet, but a league source told the website that the AAF needs $20 million in order to complete its inaugural season.
Ebersol told ESPN in January that they had structured the league around a "sober business plan" because he believed he had learned lessons from his father, Dick Ebersol, who helped run the first version of the XFL.
One of the more attractive things about the league was the technology it developed with its app.