It’s been a few days since the Alliance of American Football League decided to close their doors forever after just eight weeks of play and the fallout continues from the sudden and shocking closure of the upstart league.
Many of the players who signed on with AAF were in temporary housing arranged by the league, and when the league pulled the plug they had nowhere to go.
Unlike NFL players — AAF players were way smaller contracts for a 10-week season, so nobody was actually going to buy a house or anything crazy in the city they were staying in.
Some of those players say the hotels and apartments the AAF arranged for them kicked them out just as soon as the AAF canceled its season.
Rich Ohrnberger, who was a radio analyst for the AAF, took to Twitter and said this:
Memphis fullback Anthony Manzo-Lewis stated he was already kicked out of his room by the time he made it back:
Here’s a few more players who sustained injuries while playing for the AAF:
The AAF started out so promising, but what Tom Dundon has done to the folding league and the players is absolutely disgraceful.