Outlaws USFL Jersey
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- Free Customization Included
- Each jersey individually handmade
- Heavyweight sewn tackle twill
- 100% polyester
- Custom labels available
- USFL jock tags
The Outlaws played two seasons in the USFL from 1984-85. The team originally planned to play in San Diego, but due to stadium lease issues moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hall of famer Sid Gilman was hired to assemble the roster, however he was fired before the first game. Gilman was able to make a major move in his short time, signing QB Doug Williams away from the Buccaneers. In 1985, the Outlaws merged with the Arizona Wranglers and became the Arizona Outlaws. When the USFL folded following the season, the Outlaws attempted to join the CFL but were unsuccessful.
This product is an historical representation of the defunct team in the description. The product is in no way affiliated with any existing team, league or other organization.
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