The XFL has formally announced the eight quarterbacks that have been assigned to each team for the inaugural season, as the league officially kicked off a two-day draft to fill out the 71-man rosters.
Those QBs, and the teams they have been assigned to, are as follows:
Dallas Renegades: Landry Jones, former Steelers backup who played under Renegades coach Bob Stoops at Oklahoma.
DC Defenders: Cardale Jones, Ohio State Buckeyes star who spent a season with the Bills and two as a reserve for the Chargers.
Houston Roughnecks: Phillip Walker, starred at Temple before a brief stint with the Indianapolis Colts.
Los Angeles Wildcats: Luis Perez, who most recently played in the AAF. Is also a professional bowler.
New York Guardians: Matt McGloin, played for the Oakland Raiders from 2013-16, including seven starts (1-6 record).
Seattle Dragons: Brandon Silvers, drafted by the AAF's Memphis Express, split time with Johnny Manziel.
St. Louis BattleHawks: Jordan Ta'amu, started at Ole Miss for two seasons. Went undrafted in 2019.
Tampa Bay Vipers: Aaron Murray, ex-Georgia Bulldogs star who spent four seasons in the NFL before signing with the AAF's Atlanta Legends.