Betting on the Dallas Renegades

Don’t look now, but the new XFL is upon us and the Dallas Renegades are ready to trample the competition. Betting lines are appearing at our recommended sportsbooks and fans are lining up to place a wager. Will you be aligned with the Renegades when their reign begins?

Coach Bob Stoops and company are gearing up for the 2020 XFL season and they’ve got a championship on their mind. The city of Dallas is no stranger to professional football.  The Dallas Cowboys have called the area home since 1960.  Football fans in the Dallas/Fort Worth region have an extra reason to cheer now that XFL Football has extended the season through the spring and brought the Renegades to town.

If you’re interested in betting on the Dallas Renegades, placing a wager on the new XFL league games has never been easier.  Read through our comprehensive guide for a breakdown of everything you'll need to know before placing a bet on the Renegades in 2020.

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Dallas Renegades Betting Odds & Team Info

Team:
Dallas Renegades

City:
Dallas, TX.

Head Coach and GM:
Bob Stoops

Venue:
Globe Life Park in Arlington

Capacity:
48,114

Team Colors:
Black, Light Blue, and Red

XFL Championship Futures
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Houston Roughnecks: TBA
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Dallas Renegades Personnel

Head Coach and GM: Bob Stoops

Bob Stoops began his collegiate coaching career with stops at Iowa, Kent State and Florida, before becoming the head coach of the University of Oklahoma Sooners in 1999.  Stoops coached the Sooners to a national championship in just his second year with the team. Stoops continued to have a high level of success at Oklahoma until June of 2017 when he retired from his position as head coach.

In February of 2019, Coach Stoops decided to throw his hat into the XFL ring and have a go at coaching professional football for the very first time.  Stoops brings his unique brand of defensive football to his XFL coaching staff where he intends to dominate the landscape for years to come.

Offensive Coaching Staff
  • OC – Hal Mumme
  • QB Coach – Ryan Meyers
  • RB Coach – Bobby Blizzard
  • WR Coach – Jarrail Jackson
  • OL Coach – Jeff Jagodzinski
  • TE Coach – Scott Spurrier
Defensive Coaching Staff
  • DC – Chris Woods
  • DL Coach – Jim Jeffcoat
  • LB Coach – Mickey Matthews
  • Safeties Coach – Kenny Perry
  • CB Coach – Marvin Sanders
2020 Dallas Renegades Roster
Renegades Active Roster - 2020

1 Jazz Ferguson WR 6-5 218 Northwestern State
2 Drew Galitz P 6-0 191 Baylor
3 Flynn Nagel WR 5-11 195 Northwestern
7 Eric Dungey QB 6-3 236 Syracuse
8 Austin MacGinnis K 5-11 176 Kentucky
9 Philip Nelson QB 6-2 209 East Carolina
11 Joshua Crockett WR 6-2 192 Central Oklahoma
12 Landry Jones QB 6-4 234 Oklahoma
13 Jeff Badet WR 5-11 178 Oklahoma
16 Jerrod Heard WR 6-2 203 Texas
18 Freddie Martino WR 6-0 208 North Greenville
20 Tenny Adewusi S 6-0 205 Delaware
21 Micah Abernathy S 6-0 198 Tennessee
22 Marquis Young RB 6-0 216 Massachusetts
23 Josh Thornton CB 5-11 183 Southern Utah
24 Treston Decoud CB 6-2 208 Oregon State
25 Lance Dunbar RB 5-9 192 North Texas
26 Donatello Brown CB 6-0 185 Valdosta State
27 Austin Walter RB 5-8 197 Rice
28 Josh Hawkins CB 5-10 190 East Carolina
31 Derron Smith S 6-0 197 Fresno State
34 Cameron Artis-Payne RB 5-10 215 Auburn
40 Tre Watson LB 6-1 240 Maryland
41 Dashaun Phillips CB 5-11 191 Tarleton State
43 Christian Kuntz LB 6-2 237 Duquesne
44 Hau'oli Kikaha OB 6-3 250 Washington
45 Doyin Jibowu S 6-1 196 Fort Hays State
46 Tegray Scales LB 6-1 236 Indiana
47 Tobenna Okeke OLB 6-3 251 Fresno State
48 Greer Martini LB 6-4 233 Notre Dame
49 Donald Parham TE 6-8 257 Stetson
50 Reshard Cliett LB 6-2 243 South Florida
51 Ray Ray Davison LB 6-3 231 California
52 John Keenoy OG 6-3 295 Western Michigan
55 James Folston OB 6-4 238 Pittsburgh
57 Frank Alexander DE 6-4 282 Oklahoma
58 Asantay Brown LB 6-0 229 Western Michigan
59 Johnathan Calvin OB 6-3 254 Mississippi State
61 Maurquice Shakir OG 6-3 311 Middle Tennessee
62 Darius James OT 6-4 315 Auburn
64 Salesi Uhatafe OG 6-4 332 Utah
65 Alex Balducci OC 6-4 300 Oregon
66 Josh Allen OG 6-2 280 UL Monroe
70 Willie Beavers OT 6-5 320 Western Michigan
71 Justin Evans OT 6-6 335 South Carolina State
77 Pace Murphy OT 6-6 310 Northwestern State
80 Sean Price TE/H 6-3 252 South Florida
86 Julian Allen TE/H 6-2 244 Southern Mississippi
91 Tomasi Laulile DT 6-3 318 BYU
93 Tony Guerad DT 6-4 326 UCF
96 Winston Craig DE 6-3 299 Richmond
98 Gelen Robinson DE 6-1 302 Purdue

Dallas Renegades Notable Players
Landry Jones, QB

Quarterback Landry Jones is poised to be the opening day starter for the Renegades, but he is currently battling a knee injury and may not be available for the first week of competition.  Jones has spent time with the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and played his college ball at Oklahoma under Renegades head coach and GM Bob Stoops.

Cameron Artis-Payne, RB

Artis-Payne is a former standout at Auburn and spent three seasons with the Carolina Panthers.  Cameron uses his size, 5’11” 220 pounds, to punish aggressive linebackers and strike fear in the hearts of defensive backs. Look for Cameron to be the lead ball carrier for the Renegades this year.

Lance Dunbar, RB

Dunbar has spent several years in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys and will give Cameron Artis-Payne a push for carries in the offensive backfield.  He is a smaller, shiftier back than Cameron and could be a nice third-down or change of pace back. Dunbar will also provide valuable veteran leadership to the Renegades roster.

Frank Alexander, DE

Defensive end Frank Alexander looks to re-start his career after a two-year absence from the game.  He previously played for the Dallas Cowboys, the Canadian Football League’s BC Lions, and played his college ball for Bob Stoops in Oklahoma.  At 6’4” and 270 pounds, Alexander is going to be a load to deal with for other XFL teams.

2019 XFL Draft Recap
Offensive Draft

Tier 1 Quarterback Allocations
Landry Jones QB Oklahoma

Phase 1: Skill Players

1 4 Jeff Badet WR Kentucky
2 13 Tommylee Lewis WR Northern Illinois
3 20 Cameron Artis-Payne RB Auburn
4 29 Stacy Coley WR Miami (FL)
5 36 Sean Price TE South Florida
6 45 Kelvin McKnight WR Samford
7 52 Philip Nelson QB East Carolina
8 61 Lance Dunbar RB North Texas
9 68 Donald Parham TE Stetson
10 77 Dimitri Flowers RB Oklahoma

Phase 2: Offensive Line

1 5 Willie Beavers OT Western Michigan
2 12 Pace Murphy OT Northwestern State
3 21 Maurquice Shakir G Middle Tennessee State
4 28 Darius James OT Auburn
5 37 Alex Balducci C Oregon
6 44 Josh Allen G Louisiana–Monroe
7 53 Adam Bisnowaty OT Pittsburgh
8 60 Salesi Uhatafe G Utah
9 69 John Keenoy C Western Michigan
10 76 Justin Evans OT South Carolina State

Defensive Draft

Phase 3: Defensive Front Seven

1 8 Hau'oli Kikaha DE Washington
2 9 Sealver Siliga DT Utah
3 24 Winston Craig DT Richmond
4 25 Raymond Davison LB California
5 40 Greer Martini LB Notre Dame
6 41 Gelen Robinson DT Purdue
7 56 Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma
8 57 Jonathan Massaquoi LB Troy
9 72 Tegray Scales LB Indiana
10 73 Izaah Lunsford DT Bowling Green

Phase 4: Defensive Backs

1 1 Derron Smith S Fresno State
2 16 Treston Decoud CB Oregon State
3 17 Dashaun Phillips CB Tarleton State
4 32 Kurtis Drummond S Michigan State
5 33 Josh Hawkins CB East Carolina
6 48 Montrel Meander S Grambling State
7 49 John Franklin III CB Auburn
8 64 Doyin Jibowu S Fort Hays State
9 65 Donatello Brown CB Valdosta State
10 80 Ronald Martin S LSU

Open Draft

Phase 5: Open Draft

Darnell Holland RB Kennesaw State
Marquis Young RB UMass
Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma
Joshua Crockett WR Central Oklahoma
Steven Dunbar WR Houston
Jerrod Heard WR Texas
Keith Mumphery WR Michigan State
Flynn Nagel WR Northwestern
Carl Whitley WR Abilene Christian
Romello Brooker TE Houston
Patrick Lawrence OT Baylor
Oni Omoile G Iowa State
Maea Teuhema G Southeastern Louisiana
Johnathan Calvin DE Mississippi State
James Folston DE Pittsburgh
Gerald Rivers DE Ole Miss
Tony Guerad DT UCF
Nick James DT Mississippi State
Ray Smith DT Boston College
Tyrell Thompson DT Tarleton State
Asantay Brown LB Western Michigan
Reshard Cliett LB South Florida
Marquis Flowers LB Arizona
Tre Watson LB Maryland
Tenny Adewusi CB Delaware
C. J. Smith CB North Dakota State
Jalen Harvey S Arizona State
Austin MacGinnis K Kentucky
Drew Galitz P Baylor
Colin Holba LS Louisville

Supplemental Draft:

Austin Walter RB Rice
Floyd Allen WR Ole Miss
Jazz Ferguson WR Northwestern State
Curtis Cothran DT Penn State
Deon Simon DT Northwestern State
Tobenna Okeke LB Fresno State
Jamal Peters CB Mississippi State
Josh Thornton CB Southern Utah
Marwin Evans S Utah State
Ryan Moeller S Colorado

2020 Dallas Renegades Schedule

  • Week 1: St. Louis BattleHawks
  • Week 2: @ Los Angeles Wildcats
  • Week 3: @ Seattle Dragons
  • Week 4: Houston Roughnecks
  • Week 5: New York Guardians
  • Week 6: @ DC Defenders
  • Week 7: @ Tampa Bay Vipers
  • Week 8: Seattle Dragons
  • Week 9: @ Houston Roughnecks
  • Week 10: Los Angeles Wildcats

Post Season

  • Eastern Conference Playoffs: Saturday, April 18 at 3 PM
  • XFL Championship Game: Sunday, April 26 at 3 PM
Renegades Schedule

XFL Salaries

The XFL salary structure. It’s a mystery wrapped inside of an enigma. The origin of the universal, the meaning of life, and XFL salaries.  These three questions have dogged humankind for generations.  We can’t help with the first two riddles, but here is what we know so far regarding XFL pay.

The average salary of an XFL player for the 2020 season will be $55,000.  Players will also be awarded weekly bonuses based on roster availability and whether they won their game.  Quarterbacks and other high-performing skill position players will have the chance to heighten their rate of pay.

Head coaches in the XFL have a maximum annual salary of $500,000.