Former Michigan State football players in the XFL for 2023 reboot

The XFL has rebooted and started a new season. The professional football league now under the control of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson looks to gain popularity and success in its 2023 reboot.

The XFL will provide many players the opportunity to continue playing pro football and potentially earn an NFL contract. Several Michigan State football alumni are looking to jump-start or reboot their professional football careers with the new league.

Check out which former Spartans are playing in the new reboot of the XFL:

Shakur Brown (Arlington Renegades)

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Nick King/Lansing State Journal

Jacub Panasiuk (DC Defenders)

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Drew Beesley (San Antonio Brahmas)

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QB Anthony Russo (San Antonio Brahmas)

Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Panasiuk (St. Louis Battlehawks)

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