Professional Developmental Football League
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The Professional Developmental Football League (PDFL) is a professional American football league that was established in the winter of 2008 and began play in 2009. The league is currently concentrated in the Northwestern United States and has a salary cap of $40,000 per team per year. The PDFL, since the suspension of the United Football League, composes the second tier of professional outdoor football in the United States.
- Seattle-Tacoma Cobras - based in - Renton, Washington at Renton Memorial Stadium
- Utah Argonauts - based in Park City, Utah
- Portland Boltz - based in Hillsboro, Portland, Oregon
- Boise Bandits - based in Boise, Idaho
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