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XFL announces partnership with NFL Alumni Academy to scout, train potential players for XFL's 2023 season


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The XFL, owned by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, announced Monday that it will begin collaborating with the NFL Alumni Academy on scouting and training resources and to develop potential players for its 2023 season.



In a statement, XFL president Russ Brandon called the agreement a "monumental partnership not only for the XFL, but for the entire football ecosystem." The goal of the partnership, the league said, is to "expand player cycles," servicing both the NFL in the fall and the XFL in the spring.


NFL Alumni Academy executive director Dean Dalton said that the partnership "will have a positive ripple effect across the entire football landscape."


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