Watch 22 former NFL players as well as college stars in the revamped XFL (part 1)

You see, the XFL is back.

The spring football league of Vince McMahon officially kicked off following the Super Bowl with up to eight teams spanning the nation, to Seattle from New York.

For fans who are still looking for specific football following the Super Bowl bring the NFL season’s end, the XFL is one great opportunity to get your fix. Over all the rosters are players who are familiar to you as football fans, say, NFL journeymen and former college standouts.

Here, the teams will compete across one 10-week regular season, which carries through the upcoming three months, ending in one championship game in April.

Please have a look below at these eight teams making up the new league, their players and their coaches to watch on each roster.

1. Dallas Renegades

Head coach: Bob Stoops

Home stadium: Arlington – Globe Life Park

Odds for winning title: 5/1

Key players: Jazz Furguson (WR), Landry Jones (QB)

Landry Jones, QB

Stat line in Week 1: N/A — out with one knee injury

The reason to remember him: He first got notoriety as one Oklahoma Sooner. After the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2013 draft’s fourth round chose him, he backed up Ben Roethlisberger over the 2018 season, showing up in up to 18 games throughout his NFL career.

Even though he did not see extended time as one starting quarterback, this player did have success in the limited opportunities, getting one 3-2 career record.

He, with the Dallas Renegades, is reunited with Bob Stoops – the college coach. Expect the Renegades to turn into being among the much more pass-happy teams over the league.

Jazz Ferguson, WR

Stat line in Week 1: 9 receiving yards, two receptions

The reason to remember him: He should emerge as being one of the top receivers of the team.