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Former Eagles in the XFL: Divisional Playoffs

The XFL has now finished its divisional round of the playoffs, and now just the Championship Game remains before their season wraps up.


Four teams played this past weekend, and all four teams have former Eagles on them. A total of 18 players from these four teams have spent at least some time on the Eagles 53-man roster or training camp roster. Here's a look at the former Eagles who appeared in this weekend's boxscores:


Houston Roughnecks

CB Ajene Harris 1 reception (1 target), 4 receiving yards); 7.0 tackles

WR Deontay Burnett 4 receptions (6 targets), 57 receiving yards

CB Kary Vincent Jr. N/A

DT Elijah Qualls N/A

Arlington Renegades

QB Luis Perez 19/27, 289 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns; 2 rushes, 13 rushing yards

CB De’Vante Bausby 1.0 tackle (1 TFL), 1 interception

DL Bruce Hector 7.0 tackles, 0.5 sacks

CB Cre’Von LeBlanc 2.0 tackles

RB Adrian Killins N/A

CB Josh Hawkins *IR


Seattle Dragons

DE/OLB Shareef Miller 2.0 tackles, 1 interception

DT Treyvon Hester *IR

TE/WR Josh Perkins *IR

DC Defenders

WR Josh Hammond 6 receptions (8 targets), 55 receiving yards

TE Alex Ellis 1 reception (4 targets), 10 receiving yards

K Matt McCrane 1/1 FGs (24 yards)

DT Gabe Wright N/A

WR Manasseh Bailey N/A

19 players from the XFL who are out of the playoffs have received invitations to NFL camps.

The only one with ties to the Eagles is Hakem Butler, who signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers; he played one offensive snap for the Eagles in 2020.


The Eagles invited WR Charleston Rambo to camp. Rambo is 6'1, and had 15 catches for 213 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns with the Orlando Guardians.


Houston will face Arlington, and Seattle will face D.C. Arlington will play D.C. in the XFL Championship Game. We'll see if any of these players made a big enough impact in their games to garner any attention from the Eagles or any other NFL team to sign them for training camp.

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