COSTA MESA, Calif. – Count Los Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco as a fan of the American Football League upstart.
Telesco said he was watching the series game slates over the weekend with his two sons and believes that the AAF could be a set of development for the NFL.
Telesco said he had talked with his former co-founder, AAF co-founder, Bill Polian, last year about what Telesco wants to see in a development suite, and that he will represent representatives of his pro personnel division to AAF games scout.
"It's a great idea," Telesco said. "The NFL is a possibility of completing the NFL. It is a great place for a player's development suite, but even away from that ̵
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Telesco introduced two players from the AAF graphics at the end of the 2018 season during their teamwork, ensuring that Nick Rose was a kickoff specialist and signed the former Tyrone country Holmes to squad his team practice.
The AAF maker has several former players, including Nick Novak, Younghoe Koo and Rose kickers.
Telesco said he will scouts for his pro personnel division in the game, San Fleet home opens against Atlanta Legends Sunday.
"With San Diego close to and close to Arizona, it will be very convenient for us [to scout]," said Telesco. "It's a place where young people can play.
" No. 1, you will find the opportunity to play football and pay for it, so nice. No. 2, you will find great training. And No. 3, you will get the chance to put tape together so that the NFL can again consider you. Most of the guys we have seen before, but allow them to develop and learn, improve their craftwork and get it on tape. "