Also returning to the XFL is Janet Duch, Scott Harniman and Jordan Sclacther. Notably, former ESPN executive Jay Rothman has officially joined the league as well. Earlier this year in one of Dany Garcia’s XFL teases, we say that Rothman was consulting with the league. This is a huge get for the XFL, with FOX now in the spring football business, Rothman’s ties to ESPN will definitely come in handy.
When the XFL issued its press release, they also made a few adjustments to its website. First we reported that the league had shuttered its online shop, leaving a message that the XFL Show will return in 2022.
Now that the ice has been broken, it looks as if the XFL is preparing to start hiring some more folks. The XFL careers page has been updated today with a new message and a link to their listings on LinkedIn.
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