Memphis Showboats Re-Sign DE Jeremiah Valoaga For 2024

Memphis Showboats Re-Sign DE Jeremiah Valoaga For 2024

The Memphis Showboats have re-signed another player, this time bringing back defensive end Jeremiah Valoaga for the 2024 USFL season.

Jeremiah Valoaga originally played for the Tampa Bay Bandits in 2022, but did not record any official stats that season.

In 2023, that changed. With the Memphis Showboats, Jeremiah played in six games – starting four of them. He finished the USFL season with 16 tackles, and 2.5 sacks – making an impact in multiple games for Memphis.

Unfortunately, Valoaga got injured down the stretch of the season, ending what was a successful campaign for him in 2023.

Jeremiah Valoaga was in the NFL for five years, from 2017-2021. He spent time with the Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and the New York Jets.

Now, he is ready to enter his third season in the USFL with the Memphis Showboats. So far, Memphis has signed/re-signed some key pieces:

OL Matt Burrell
OL Chance Lytle
LB Greg Reaves
LB T.J. Neal
S Antonio Fletcher
LS Ryan DiSalvo

After a 5-5 record in 2023, the Memphis Showboats will look to find a way to make a postseason push in 2024, with the leadership of GM Dave Razzano and HC Todd Haley.

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