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 Professional Developmental Football League is currently concentrated in the Northwestern/Eastern United States and has a salary cap of $40,000 per team per year. Along with the Florida-based Stars Football League, the PDFL is one of two marginally professional football leagues that, since the suspension of the United Football League, compose the second tier of professional outdoor football in the United States. The Professional Developmental Football League was Founded by Portland State Alumni Theo Hall. In 2011 the PDFL went major Revamping process Mode.
♙ 2013 Teams:
- Seattle-Tacoma Cobras - based in - Tacoma, Washington at Renton Memorial Stadium
- Utah Argonauts - based in Park City, Utah
- Portland Boltz - based in Hillsboro,Portland
- Boise Bandits - based in Boise,Idaho
- Palm Beach Crush- based in West Palm Beach,Florida
- Miami Xtreme -based in Miami,Florida
- New professional football team in Utah. ABC4.com. Retrieved June 17, 2013.
- Spencer, Adam (June 11, 2013). Washington's army. Park Record. Retrieved June 17, 2013.