The Spring League Announces Camp Roster

Since we learned last year that there’d be a spring football league in 2017, several former NFL stars have committed to the endeavor. Today, The Spring League announced (via Twitter) their full training camp roster.

Ahmad BradshawAs was previously reported, defensive end Greg Hardy, tight end Kellen Winslow Jr., and running back Ben Tate were among the major names to have committed to the league. Former cornerback Brandon Browner was reportedly involved, but he was curiously omitted from the training camp roster. Former Giants and Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw is seemingly the biggest addition to the roster since the last update.

The Spring League is composed of four teams, with the rosters comprised of veteran free agents. Ultimately, six games will be played between April 5 through April 26. Players who are currently on NFL rosters are not eligible to participate.

The full training camp roster can be found below:

Quarterbacks

Running backs

Fullbacks

  • Adam Cox
  • Jonathan Amosa

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

  • Michael Brewster
  • Jordan Walsh
  • Lucas Powell
  • Amadou Konte
  • William Smith
  • Randall Harris
  • Trevan Brown
  • Mitchell Bell
  • Chris Boles
  • Sifa Tufunga
  • Quentin Saulsberry
  • Hanitell Lousi
  • Mitchell Van Dyk

Defensive backs

Linebackers

  • Ridge Wilson
  • James Ross
  • Rennie Curran
  • Tavarius Wilson
  • Tyler Starr
  • Tyrone Ward
  • Jewell Ratliff
  • Sage Harold
  • Isaiah Bruce
  • Takari Johnson
  • Ezekiel Bigger
  • Bobby Weston Jr.

Defensive linemen

Long snappers

  • Avery Rigg
  • Lance Schuffert

Kickers/Punters

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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5 comments on “The Spring League Announces Camp Roster

  1. wgrossman

    I think the spring league is a great idea and way over due. More football the better.

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  2. SportsCoach

    Honestly I like the idea, but football is football, and its way too easy to get hurt and if they do here, are they getting compensation for it?

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      • nickkainmyers

        Yes they are playing for free essentially; they are getting lodgings and 3 meals a day paid for… none of these players are on an NFL roster so it’s really just extended try outs for the vets

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  3. William Jasper

    Games were supposed to start April 5th, yet the article was printed April 9th.

    Are they actually planning on playing games?

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