The Pittsburgh Maulers released a video of them cutting running back De’Veon Smith last week for asking for a slice of pizza.
The problem was he got cut for wanting pizza instead of a chicken salad. Maulers coach Kirby Wilson breaks the news to Smith, citing that his pizza demand was in violation of a line in the player’s contract requiring no “disrespect of football or members, staff, USFL, hotel, etc.”
Another football league had a nice joke about that situation.
Fan Controlled Football League, which reported record-breaking viewership for the opening week of the league’s second season, took to Twitter and posted a clip of some of their players eating pizza and not getting cut from a team because of it.
The first week of action featured a touchdown by 48-year-old NFL Hall of Famer and Zappers wide receiver Terrell Owens. The highlight received more than 10 million views across FCF’s social media platforms.
If they keep pumping out good content and gameplay, this league might be around for a long time.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.