Crouch Finds Another League To Quit From
POSTED 2:55 p.m. EDT, September 26, 2007
Heisman trophy winner Eric Crouch is making yet another comeback.
Specifically, Crouch will play for the AAFL, a new league that will begin play in 2008.
Crouch was selected by the Rams in the third round of the 2002 draft, and promptly converted to receiver. He "retired" from the NFL not long after his career began.
The former Nebraska Cornhusker resurfaced in Canada, playing quarterback for the Toronto Argonauts.
The AAFL initially will field six teams in Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Texas, Tennessee, and Michigan. Unlike the UFL, which plans to launch in 2008 during the conventional football season, the AAFL will play in the spring.