The Alliance of American Football or the AAF appeared to be off to a very strong start.  The league’s TV ratings were strong through the first two weeks.

The cash flow was apparently not as strong as the ratings and the backing from former NFL executive and team chairman Bill Polian and television producer Charlie Ebersol.

According to The Action Network’s Darren Rovell, the league had trouble paying their players Week 1.  They blamed a glitch with switching to a new administrator.

As it turns out, an administrator glitch wasn’t to blame.  They had some serious money issues.  Rovell also revealed that Polian and Ebersol sold almost the entire league to Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon for $250 million.

Hopefully this gets them back on track.  We love watching former NFL players play ugly football.

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