Mike Shanahan and someone associated with the New England Patriots are putting together a new league to compete head-to-head with the NCAA.
The league will feature kids who have been out of high school 4 years or less, will be called the Pacific Pro Football League and will originally feature 4 teams in California, with the idea to expand later to other states.
The league will PAY PLAYERS directly out of high school and will have pro-style schemes that are designed to prepare kids directly for the NFL. There will be no limits on practice time, no useless academic requirements, no NCAA rules.... just football and NFL preparation.
No more slave labor, and no more getting sanctions for selling your own autograph. Now every kid with some talent has a chance to "feed the fam." See the link below.
Pacific Pro Football League Details Announced for Non-NFL-Eligible Players | Bleacher Report