Christian Hackenberg Struggles In AAF Debut

Tanya Simon
February 12, 2019

Christian Hackenberg appeared for his latest team Sunday night, playing for the Memphis Express in the newly formed Alliance of American Football.

Richardson is a former No. 3-overall pick (2012) who flamed out in Cleveland, Indianapolis and Oakland before the Ravens gave him one last shot to get his National Football League career on track during the summer of 2016.

Hackenberg finished the game 10 of 23 passing for 87 yards and an interception.

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One bright spot came in the fourth quarter as a trick play throw from Hackenberg found Kayaune Ross in the end zone... only to be nullified by an illegal formation penalty.

He also either didn't remember or didn't care that he was mic'ed up, shouting out multiple expletives on national TV. By halftime, the former Penn State quarterback was 3-11 for a total of 20 yards. He was traded to the Oakland Raiders in May of 2018, but was cut in June, then signed and cut by the Philadelphia Eagles before spending two months on the Cincinnati Bengals' practice squad last season.

Linebacker Steven Johnson, who spent the entire 2017 season with the Ravens as a veteran special teams player, led the Arizona Hotshots with seven tackles and had an interception.

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