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AAF Folds Operations Before the End of the Season

The Alliance of American Football did not even complete its first season before closing up shop. Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon pledged a $250 million investment to the AAF. The billionaire hockey owner had to bring financial aid to the league in only the second game of the season. Dundon was …

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AAF Future in Question

First reported by Pro Football Talk and Darren Rovell, the future of the Alliance of American Football League is in doubt after reports surfaced about the possibility of the league folding for good or being temporarily suspended. According to CBSSports.com,, the AAF has suspended all operations effective immediately. This suspension is indefinite …

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AAF Names Dundon Chairman After $250 Million Investment

The Alliance of American Football league has a new chairman. Billionaire Tom Dundon, the owner of the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, invested $250 million to help keep the league afloat. According to an article by the Athletic, the AAF was in early financial turmoil after seeing early success through the first …

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