Darrick Branch (DB to all) has done it all in football. A member of a Texas State Championship High School team, he would go on to star at The University of Hawaii, scoring the game-winning touchdown in the Holiday Bowl to beat Illinois. Inspired to play wide receiver as a young boy watching his uncle, Cliff Branch of the fabled Oakland Raiders, DB went on to the NFL with Tampa Bay, Buffalo, San Francisco and Denver before stints in the CFL and Arena Football League. After returning to Hawaii, he began a business career in sports marketing and then developed his own league, the HGL (Hawaii Gridiron League). His combination of player experience, coaching and business skills brought him to AFL Global, and now to the CAFL.
This is a RPFL Tryout Reservation deposit to participate at an RPFL tryout of your choice for the 2018 season. By reserving your spot for tryouts online you give our scouts and coaches the ability to actually scout you rather than trying to find out everything about you on the day of the tryout. The total cost to tryout for the RPFL is $. By reserving your spot online for $ guarantees you an opportunity to showcase your skills. All prospects must bring their remaining $ due in cash on the day of the tryout. All prospects who do not make a reservation online risk their chances of trying out as a walk up. We will only allow 50 prospects to workout per tryout.
The APFA, by 1922 known as the National Football League , has remained the predominant professional football league in the United States, and, effectively, the entire world. The evolution from a haphazard collection of teams in big and small cities to the much more rigid structure it is in the present was gradual; the smaller markets were squeezed out in the late 1920s and early 1930s, a championship game was established in 1933, a draft was established in 1936, and schedules were standardized in the 1930s. A competing league has historically arisen to attempt to challenge the NFL's dominance every 10 to 15 years, but none managed to maintain long-term operations independent of the NFL and only two—the All-America Football Conference of the late 1940s and the American Football League of the 1960s—were strong enough to successfully compete against the league before the NFL subsumed their operations. Minor league football, although their leagues' memberships were unstable, began to arise in the late 1930s and remained viable as a business model up into the 1970s.