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USFL Week 8 Inactives and Practice Squad Roster Moves

USFL Week 8 Inactives and Practice Squad Roster Moves

The USFL has progressed to Week 8.  Spring football fans have waited to see how the league would progress, and now we’re three games away from the playoffs!  But as time goes, and hard hits pile up, so do the injuries.  Each week, Justin Mark and myself break down the injuries, as well as touch on some of the additions and cuts on each team.  So let’s take a look at the USFL Week 8 inactives report.

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Pittsburgh Maulers vs. New Jersey Generals

Friday, June 3rd, 8:00 PM E.T. (USA)

PITTSBURGH MAULERS NEW JERSEY GENERALS
INACTIVES INACTIVES
Devin Hafford, CB David Rivers III, CB
Arnold Tarpley III, S Kyle Lauletta, QB
Eric Assoua, DE Angelo Garbutt, LB
Jerrod Brooks, OT Robert Myers, OL
Level Tatum III, DT Calvin Ashley, OT
James Gilbert, RB Darrius Sheperd, WR
Blaze Alldredge, LB Landon Lenoir, WR
Jon Dietzen, OG Kingston Davis, RB
Charles Baldwin, OT Mason Sikes, TE
SIGNED SIGNED
Christopher Okoye, DT
Level Tatum III, DT
Devin Hafford, CB
RELEASED RELEASED
Terry Beckner Jr., DT Guy Myers, QB

There isn’t much to talk about when we look at the USFL Week 8 inactives report when it comes to the Pittsburgh Maulers.  They’re missing a couple from their defensive backfield, a few in the trenches, a running back, and a linebacker.  Truth be told, at this point, it doesn’t seem like the Maulers can do much adding or subtracting from their team to change the result of disappointment week after week.  On the other hand, the New Jersey Generals get good news, as DeAndre Johnson is no longer on the inactives report.  Johnson missed last week’s game but it appears he will be back.  The Generals signed Kyle Lauletta for depth, however, it looks like he won’t be needed as Johnson and Luis Perez will be the two active quarterbacks.

New Orleans Breakers vs. Birmingham Stallions

Saturday, June 4, 3:00 PM E.T. (FOX)

NEW ORLEANS BREAKERS BIRMINGHAM STALLIONS
INACTIVES INACTIVES
Derrick Jones, CB Victor Bolden Jr., WR
Ike Brown, CB Jeff Thomas, WR
Shareef Miller, DE Bryan Mills, CB
Djimon Brooks, DT Keyshon Camp, DT
Marquis McClain, WR Cary Angeline, TE
Larry Rose III, RB Montell Cozart, QB
Shea Patterson, QB Malik Grant, S
Ezra Gray, RB Matthew Snow, OT
Tim Coleman OT Darius Harper, OT
EJ Bibbs, TE Seth Thomas, DE
SIGNED SIGNED
Reggie Howard, DT Keyshon Camp, DT”}”>Keyshon Camp, DT
RELEASED RELEASED
Payton Muljo, OT Carlos Henderson, WR

The biggest hit in the USFL Week 8 inactives report for the New Orleans Breakers is to their running back room.  Larry Rose and newer addition Ezra Gray will both miss another game.  However, this hasn’t affected them too much as the emergence of Anthony Jones has helped the ground game as well as the consistent play of Jordan EllisShea Patterson remains on the inactives list meaning the Breakers will role with Kyle Slother and Zach Smith again.  The big news for the Stallions is that top targeted receiver Victor Bolden Jr. has been placed on the USFL Week 8 inactives report.  They will also be without Jeff Thomas and Cary Angeline.  Look for Osirus Mitchell, Marlon Williams, and Peyton Ramzy to all step up in their absence.  Then again, the Stallions may give the ball to Bo Scarbrough 30 times.

Michigan Panthers vs. Philadelphia Stars

Sunday, June 5, 12:00 Noon E.T. (FOX)

PHILADELPHIA STARS MICHIGAN PANTHERS
INACTIVES INACTIVES
Bryan Scott, QB Tino Ellis, CB
Jahair Jones, OT Sean Mahone, S
Gunnar Vogel, OL Justin Hughes, LB
Jackson Scott-Brown, OL Adewale Adeoye, DE
Paul Nosworthy, OL Keith Williams, OT
Mike Barnett, DL Marcus Baugh, TE
Marcus Lewis, CB TJ Carter, DL
Darnell Holland, RB Ray Bolden, WR
Kahlil Lewis, WR Eric Barriere, QB
Antwan Owens, DT Syrus Tuitele, OT
Blake Camper, OL
Michael Barnett Jr., DT
Josh Banderas, LB
Gunnar Vogel, OT
SIGNED SIGNED
Justin Chase, OT Sean Mahone, S
Chris Perez, OC
Alex Akingbulu, OT
RELEASED RELEASED
S Corrion Ballard

The Stars will continue to move forward without Bryan Scott. It is surely disappointing to see Scott miss so much time. Case Cookus will continue to operate as the QB of the stars and has filled in admirably. Darnell Holland is also on the USFL Week 8 inactives report so look for Matt Colburn and Paul Terry to manage the workload in the Stars’ backfield.  Wide receiver Khalis Lewis will be inactive for the Stars. Look for Jordan Suell and Devin Gray to lead the aerial assault. Both are starters in fantasy leagues. The Panthers will be without QB Eric Barriere, TE Marcus Baugh, and WR Ray Bolden. Look for Josh Love to get the nod at QB but there are better fantasy options out there. With Marcus Baugh inactive, La’Michael Pettaway to serve as the primary TE. Pettaway received 6 targets last week and remains fantasy relevant.

Houston Gamblers vs. Tampa Bay Bandits

Sunday, June 5, 4:00 PM E.T. (PEACOCK)

TAMPA BAY BANDITS HOUSTON GAMBLERS
INACTIVES INACTIVES
Matt Burrell, OL Clayton Thorson, QB
Christian Campbell, CB Jerry Cantave, CB
Rannell Hall, CB Isaiah Chambers, DE
Obi Melifonwu, S Braxton Webb, OL
Tra Minter, RB Josh Pederson, TE
Jeff McCulloch, DE Ikenna Onwuasoanya, DT
Hasise DuBois, WR Isaiah Zuber, WR
Christian Sam, LB Mark Thompson, RB
Guy Myers, QB Beniquez Brown, LB
Matt Burrell Jr., OL
De’Quan Hampton, TE
SIGNED SIGNED
Dee Anderson, WR
Guy Myers, QB
Sulaiman Kamara, DT
Reggie Howard Jr., DL

Quarterback Clayton Thorson finds himself on the USFL Week 8 Inactives report and Kenji Bahar will start in his place. Bahar filled in for Thorson last week and was more efficient than Thorson but did turn the ball over twice. The Gamblers will also be without workhorse running back Mark Thompson. Dalyn Dawkins and Devwah Whaley will try to replicate his success in the backfield but have big shoes to fill. The Gamblers will also be without leading receiver Isaiah Zuber. Anthony Ratliff-Williams will look to slide in and lead this wide receiver room this week. The Bandits will be without mostly depth pieces but will be missing TE De’Quan Hampton. Look for Cheyenne O’Grady to see an uptick in targets and should be one of the better tight ends for fantasy purposes in Week 8.

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