- Oceanside athlete trains for new football league
- Troy Vincent looks to upgrade NFL
- New football league, new opportunities for players
- Inside Slant: Developmental league fodder
- Daily Madden: The NFL Could Use A D-League
- NCAA is crumbling like Soviet Union, Calipari says
- The Northwestern University Football Union and the NCAA’s Death Spiral
PFS NEWS FEATURES
Oceanside athlete trains for new football league
Oceanside, Calif.- Devin Taverna may not play in the NFL this year, but he isn’t ready to give up on his dreams of playing professional football.
On Sunday, July 27th, the 22-year-old former Oceanside High Pirate will try out for the Pro Football Showcase, a league of ten teams set to begin play in February of 2015.Read more.
Running back taking long road to join brother as NFL player
Nine years after graduating from high school, Orey Willis remains steadfast in his determination to follow brother Patrick into the NFL.Patrick is a six-time All-Pro linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers who played at Ole Miss. Read more.
New football league, new opportunities for players
Professional scouts are a familiar sight in Mobile once practice for the Senior Bowl begins. This year, however, the clipboard-toting evaluators on the sidelines were joined by representatives of a new kind of professional football league. Read more
Professional Football Showcase headed to Southwest U.S.
The Professional Football Showcase (PFS) is a professional football league providing players with the opportunity to play American football and advance their careers. Read more.
Professional Football Showcase promise to Christian players, coaches and fans, along with investors and sponsors
PFS co-founder Lance Heron spoke to the Sports Techie community blog about their new professional football league, located in California and Nevada. They have designed a league where all teams are owned by the league owners and investors. The Professional Football Showcase Promise mission is to provide players with a platform to showcase their talents, while pursuing the idea that the players always come first. The league is designed to take the players and coaches best interests into account, making it the league’s primary focus. Read more.