The newly formed UFL, which is trying to cater to those cities that are either devoid of or "under-served" in their hunger for professional football, had their initial draft and the teams rosters include a bunch of former Baltimore Ravens.
This is the UFL's Mission Statement:
"To fulfill the unmet needs of football fans in major markets currently underserved by professional football by providing a high quality traditional football league comprised of world class professional football players. The UFL will serve the communities with pride, dedication and passion, and uphold a leadership role in the development of football worldwide. The UFL will provide every fan with an affordable, accessible, exciting and entertaining game experience."
The UFL will play in the fall and have four teams playing in seven cities. The four teams are Las Vegas, New York, Orlando and San Francisco, but they will also hold games in Hartford (CT), Los Angelos and Sacramento. Follow the "jump" to see the list of former Ravens drafted to play in the new league.
Here is a list of the former Raven players and their "new" teams in the UFL:
Gary Stills, LB (Las Vegas)
Obafemi Ayanbadejo, RB (San Francisco)
Brian Rimpf, T (San Francisco)
BJ Sams, WR (San Francisco)
Click here to see their web site and the league's info and entire rosters.