According to Fox 26 reporter Mark Berman, representatives from the XFL reached out to the University of Houston about their previous agreements. The XFL is interested in listing their agreements as assets in their Chapter 11 Bankruptcy proceedings.
A sign the XFL (@xfl2020), which is in bankruptcy, could return and return to Houston. According to sources two XFL representatives contacted @UHCougars officials to see if the TDECU Stadium rental and practice agreements that were… pic.twitter.com/4jhBjHxRET— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) May 20, 2020
This coincides with Daniel Kaplan of The Athletic reporting that XFL President Jeffrey Pollack reached out to St. Louis and Seattle about “reinstating their lease agreements.”
With the locations of Tampa, New York, and LA up in the air. It would seem unlikely the XFL would reach out to them as there were plans to potentially move the teams. That would leave DC(Audi Field) and Dallas(Globe Life Park in Arlington) as venues where the XFL could have reached out to.
What does this all mean? We are not sure, but it could be a sign that the XFL could try and make a comeback. Stay tuned with XFL News Hub as we continue to follow this story.
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