Not just Johnny Football: How many Spring League players do you recognize?
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The NFL is no longer the only league on the block.

With the recent announcements of the XFL and Alliance of American Football, the Spring League is almost getting lost in the mix as football fans aren't used to such a variety. But the league that starts up April 7 will get a boost this season by adding former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel to the four-team organization.

The league announced its full rosters on Tuesday and there are more than a few former NFL players hoping to make a comeback.

Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro was a fourth-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2014, amassing 339 rushing yards and five touchdowns over three years.

Receiver Stephen Hill was touted as the next Demaryius Thomas coming out of Georgia Tech in 2012 when the New York Jets drafted him in the second round. He spent two years in the league, catching 45 passes for 594 yards with four touchdowns.

Running back Ben Tate spent five season in the league split between four teams, most of which came with the Houston Texans, who drafted him in the second round. Tate, 29, ran for 942 yards as a rookie and has over 2,300 career yards in the big league.

Lache Seastrunk was a force out of the backfield with Baylor in college and spent time on six NFL practice squads between 2014-16.

Tight end Zach Sudfeld, brother of Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Nate Sudfeld, started five games for the Jets in 2013 and 2014.

Cornerback JaCorey Shepherd was a sixth-round pick of the Eagles in 2015, but suffered an ACL injury that derailed his rookie season. He bounced around the league as a kick returner as recently as last summer.

Who else can you recall?

Not just Johnny Football: How many Spring League players do you recognize?
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