The XFL's Untimely Pause

The XFL's Untimely Pause

Coronavirus and Sports - April 10, 2020 - 15:04

Just as the XFL looked like it was going to establish staying power in its first professional season, the coronavirus cut its momentum short. But according to three-time Super Bowl champion Daryl "Moose" Johnston, who serves as Director of Player Personnel for the Dallas Renegades, all is not lost. Moose explains how the fledgling football league has grappled with challenges unlike any other professional sports organization.

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SI's Coronavirus and Sports podcast is bringing you stories and news updates about how the COVID-19 global pandemic is impacting the world of professional sports. Hosted by Luis Miguel Echegaray, this series will explore all the ways in which athletes, teams, leagues, fans, and everyone else in and around pro sports are dealing with the fallout from a completely unprecedented event. Listen every weekday as we all look to understand: What happens to sports when there are no sports?