Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Quick Hit: Marc Bulger Joins MLFB’s Quarterback Advisory Team

Major League Football, Inc.,  a new, professional spring-football league scheduled to kick off in 2016, announced that 10-year NFL quarterback veteran, Marc Bulger, has joined Major League Football’s quarterback advisory team.

MLFB has also announced an undisclosed private placement investment made by Bulger in MLFB shares.

“We are very happy Marc Bulger has agreed to join our quarterback advisory team and provide the guidance needed for all players in our league. His vast experience will be a big asset in our development of young quarterbacks as we evaluate their abilities during our MLFB training camp, which begin next month in Lakewood Ranch, Florida,” said Wes Chandler, President of Major League Football.

“Marc’s quarterback skills are highly respected and proven during his decade long professional career on a number of teams which included a Pro Bowl MVP Award in 2004. His technical merits aside, Marc is also an advocate of helping players develop life skills both on and off the field.”

Marc Bulger added, “Having witnessed the development of MLFB and specifically its momentum throughout this past year, I am very pleased to be a part of the league and contribute to its success. Football is the backbone of sports in the U.S. but only a small percentage of us can call it a career. MLFB can give players, coaches, and staff this unique opportunity in sports, while also providing broadcasted football during a period of the year currently void of football content, and within communities that are very eager to welcome a professional football team in their city.”

Source: Marc Bulger Joins MLFB’s Quarterback Advisory Team – MLFB

Also, Darwin Cook was drafted by Team Hall, coached by Galen Hall. As of now, at least not that I can find, the cities and names of the teams have not been announced. Hall began his career as a tight ends coach at WVU in 1964.



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