Across his final two seasons at Towson, Flacco threw for over 6,000 yards and 50 touchdowns. He also added over 1,000 rushing yards and six rushing scores to his final tally.
Originally, Tom Flacco had signed with the Houston Roughnecks. Now, with their staff headed to San Antonio, it makes sense to see him find a new home in San Antonio.
LB Ryan Mueller
The veteran is back in action. Ryan Mueller signs with the San Antonio Brahmas, joining a loaded defense under the leadership of Wade Phillips.
Free Agent Watch: LB Ryan Mueller | @XFLRenegades@R_Mueller44 is an XFL vet, having played in the league in 2020 & 2023. After being traded to Arlington late in the season, Mueller racked up 5 tackles in 3 games. Ryan also had a remarkable pick six for NY in 2020. #UFL#CFLpic.twitter.com/GqwzpSFzet
Mueller played in the XFL in 2020, with the New York Guardians. He was responsible for one of the most impressive plays of that season, batting a pass to himself and taking it to the house against the Dallas Renegades.
In 2023, Ryan had a rather interesting stint in the XFL. He was part of a trade with the Renegades and Vipers, but wasn’t utilized by Vegas and ended up back in Arlington. Mueller played in a few games, posting five tackles and winning the Championship. We’re told that San Antonio’s staff has shown interest in Mueller previously, which is why he’s now signed to the Brahmas for training camp.
The San Antonio Brahmas will have to make quite a few releases, if they haven’t already. The team rosters well over 90 players, and training camp will only allow for 75.
In another piece of news, it has come to our attention that San Antonio released QB Matthew McKay. Given Marc Lillibridge’s addition of Flacco, it makes sense.
The San Antonio Brahmas waived QB Matthew McKay prior to signing QB Tom Flacco, per @mark_bailey_nfl.
McKay had originally signed a LOI with San Antonio back in October.