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Former Ravens QB Josh Woodrum and others debut in the AAF

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This weekend, a number of former Baltimore Ravens were on the gridiron in the Alliance of American Football. Yes, there is football post-Super Bowl!

On Sunday, former Ravens QB Josh Woodrum aired out his first AAF touchdown with a two-yard strike to Jordan Leslie.

Woodrum wasn’t the only former Raven playing in that game, either. The Stallions have quite a few with WR Kenny Bell, WR Kaelin Clay and CB Will Davis on the roster. The Hotshots only have OL Alex Thompson and LB Steven Johnson for former Ravens, though Rahim Moore is on their roster and I’d argue many give him the title of honorary Raven for his play on a cold night in Denver.

Along with Woodrum, RB Trent Richardson started off his AAF career with some scoring. The running back scored the first touchdown in Birmingham Iron history.

Richardson wasn’t done for the night, either, as he plunged in for a five-yard touchdown, extending their route of the Memphis Express 26-0.

From what I gathered, here is the full list of former Ravens:

  • QB Josh Woodrum — Salt Lake Stallions
  • WR Kaelin Clay — Salt Lake Stallions
  • WR Kenny Bell — Salt Lake Stallions
  • CB Will Davis — Salt Lake Stallions
  • OL Alex Thompson — Arizona Hotshots
  • Steven Johnson — Arizona Hotshots
  • Trent Richardson — Birmingham Iron
  • Terrence Magee — Memphis Express
  • Robert Myers — Memphis Express
  • Charles James II — Memphis Express
  • Will Hill III — Orlando Apollos
  • RB Akeem Hunt — Orlando Apollos
  • Gavin Escobar — San Diego Fleet
  • Dustin Vaughan — San Antonio Commanders
  • Nick Orr (Zach Orr’s brother) — San Antonio Commanders