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Spring League has generated interest from NFL

The Spring League seems like it was a success

The Spring League that took place in West Virginia had some pretty good talent. Guys like Greg Hardy, Ben Tate and many more came together to acquire film.  When the Spring League CEO talked to ESPN, he told them that all NFL teams were aware of the league.

Spring League CEO Brian Woods told ESPN that 10 NFL teams sent scouts and 20 other teams requested practice and game tape, and more than a dozen Spring League players earned invitations to NFL minicamps, per Pro Football Talk.

We were pleased with the NFL turnout for sure,” Woods said. “It was overwhelming and we were happy to have it. I was talking as it wrapped up with some of our coaches, and we feel like this league is in position to help quarterbacks as much as anything, and we all know that’s an ongoing priority for the NFL.”

It will be interesting to see if Greg Hardy will get another shot with an NFL team.

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