The Spring League Reveals Rosters For North Division Franchises

The Spring League Week 4 North Division Transactions

We’re now moving into the second half of the 2021 TSL season, with the Conquerors taking on the Linemen at 7pm ET on FS1. Before the action is set to kick off, The Spring League has revealed the transactions for the leagues North Division teams.

Coming off of a string win last week, Coach Glanville and the Conquerors have opted to make any moves going into week 4.


The Alphas are looking to rebound from their week 3 loss, and will do so with two new faces to the franchise. Joining the group we have quarterback Brady white and wide receiver Tyler Byrd.

The team is not releasing anybody this week, and the better news if we have no signs of injury going into the second half of the season.


We’re at a make or break moment for the Aviators, who are still chasing their first win of the season. This definitely comes through in the movements for the franchise this week.

Jumping on board is defensive back Travis McMillan, offensive linemen Sam Dervil, wide receiver Devante Davis and defensive back Glenn Harris.

Exiting the Alphas is defensive back JoJo McIntosh, and defensive back Marcus Strong is out for the season on injury reserve.


The Linemen make a statement last week in their massive win over the Alphas, and we’re only seeing one transaction for the team this week.

Joining Coach Mumme and the Linemen is line backer Antonio Wabanimkee. No exits and no injuries is a good sign for the team and they’ll look to continue their momentum on the field.


With only three weeks left of The Spring League 2021 season, there’s little room for error. If the Aviators drop their game this week, they’re eliminated from securing a spot in this years TSL Championship. But, they could prove to be a spoiler for the other three teams making their move.

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