The Alliance of American Football is off to a solid start, but one thing it has shown is the dearth of solid quarterbacks. The NFL doesn’t have 32 quality starters, so how in the world can any other professional football league have any quality starters? (Notwithstanding Kurt Warner’s story.)
The AAF, though, did talk to two quarterbacks who would sell tickets and generate interest.
League co-founder Bill Polian told Lindsay Jones of The Athletic that CEO Charlie Ebersol talked to Colin Kapernick about the quarterback’s interest in playing in the league.
“I don’t know what transpired, but he’s obviously not playing,” Polian said Thursday.
Polian said he personally spoke to Tim Tebow, who…