Betting on the Los Angeles Wildcats

XFL Football is back and better than ever. If you’re looking to place a wager on the Los Angeles Wildcats or any other XFL games, then you’ve come to the right place. The Wildcats fans are salivating at the opportunity to win big betting on their favorite XFL team.

The Los Angeles area has a storied history with professional football.  The Rams and Raiders left LA in the 90s.  Now the Chargers call Los Angeles home, and the Rams moved back in 2016.  In 2020, the XFL descends upon the City of Angels as the LA Wildcats scratch and claw their way into the region and begin to establish dominance.

Take a look at our extensive Los Angeles Wildcats betting guide before venturing to your favorite sportsbook to wager on the new XFL.  We’ve got you covered for all your XFL 2020 questions and answers and our information is updated frequently. We’ve got everything you’ll need to pounce upon all the Wildcats betting action.

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Los Angeles Wildcats Betting Odds & Team Info

LA Wildcats

Los Angeles, CA.

Head Coach and GM:
Winston Moss

Dignity Health Sports Park


Team Colors:
Black, Red, and Light Orange

XFL Championship Futures
Dallas Renegades: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
New York Guardians: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
Dallas Renegades: TBA
New York Guardians: TBA
Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
Dallas Renegades: TBA
New York Guardians: TBA
Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
XFL Game Lines
Guardians: TBA
Renegades: TBA
Dragons: TBA
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Battlehawks: TBA
Defenders: TBA
Wildcats: TBA
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Is XFL Betting Legal?

As long as you place your bets at an online or brick and mortar sportsbook that is operating legally offshore or domestically, then yes, it is perfectly legal.  The sportsbooks you see on this page are all operating legally within the industry and are either independently licensed or are owned and operated by a parent company that holds licensing credentials.

So if you live in a state that has not yet legalized local sports betting, or you simply prefer the online betting options from international sportsbooks, you can place your bets at legitimate offshore sports betting sites without violating any state or federal gambling laws.  The exceptions are CT and WA, both of which have prohibited all forms of online gambling, and the state of NJ, which has convinced offshore sportsbooks to exit the NJ gambling market.

LA Wildcats Personnel

Head Coach and General Manager: Winston Moss

After a stellar college football career at the University of Miami, Winston Moss played linebacker in the NFL for eleven years.  Following retirement, he began coaching for a string of different NFL teams as a defensive quality control specialist.

In 2005 he joined the coaching staff of the Green Bay Packers as a linebackers coach.  In 2006 he added assistant head coach to his duties and remained in that role until 2018.  Moss won a Lombardi Trophy with Green Bay in 2011 when the Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 45.

The 2020 season will be Winston’s first head coaching job alongside numerous other XFL coaches.

Offensive Coaching Staff
  • Asst. HC/TE Coach – Ty Knott
  • OC/QB Coach - Norm Chow
  • RB Coach – Dave Atkins
  • WR Coach – Mike Wilson
  • OL Coach – Jerry Fontenot
  • Off. QC – Kade Rannings
Defensive Coaching Staff
  • DC/LB Coach – Pepper Johnson
  • DL Coach – Vince Amey
  • DB Coach – Otis Smith
  • Def. QC – Al Brown
  • Special teams – Martin Bayless
2020 LA Wildcats Roster
Wildcats Active Roster - 2020

2 McClendon Jalan QB 6-4 222 Baylor
3 Kanoff Chad QB 6-4 205 Princeton
6 Schmidt Colton P 5-11 224 California-Davis
8 Johnson Josh QB 6-3 205 San Diego
9 Novak Nick K 5-11 202 Maryland
10 Whitfield Kermit WR 5-7 185 Florida State
11 Spruce Nelson WR 6-1 206 Colorado
15 McBride Tre WR 6-0 200 William & Mary
17 Greene Jalen WR 6-1 205 Utah State
18 Jennings Adonis WR 6-2 203 Temple
20 Dunlap Jaylen CB 6-0 186 Illinois
21 Diggs Mar'Sean SAF 6-1 218 Alabama-Birmingham
22 Couplin Jerome SAF 6-1 213 William & Mary
23 Stevens Mike CB 5-11 185 North Carolina State
24 Rose Larry RB 5-9 192 New Mexico State
25 Tatum Roman CB 5-1 174 Southern Illinois
26 Springs Arrion CB 5-11 208 Oregon
27 Miller Harlan CB 5-11 182 Southeast Louisiana
28 Carter Martez RB 5-7 210 Grambling State
29 Tocho Jack SAF 6-0 202 North Carolina State
32 Wiley LaDarius SAF 6-1 209 Vanderbilt
33 Harris Dujuan RB 5-7 206 Troy
34 Hood Elijah RB 5-11 232 North Carolina
36 Dixon Ahmad SAF 6-0 212 Baylor
44 Mays Willie LB 6-4 242 Tiffin
45 Navarro Ryan LS 6-0 234 Oregon State
50 Gause Quentin LB 6-0 232 Rutgers
52 Williams Tre' LB 6-2 236 Auburn
54 Jones Taiwan LB 6-2 245 Michigan State
56 Siragusa Nico OG 6-4 319 San Diego State
57 Smith Will LB 6-2 231 Texas Tech
59 Lauina Fred OG 6-3 315 Oregon State
62 Wallace Dwayne OT 6-3 327 Kansas
66 Vahe Patrick OG 6-2 325 Texas
70 McKenzie Kahlil OG 6-3 320 Tennessee
72 Norton Storm OT 6-8 308 Toledo
73 Robinson Jaelin OT 6-5 336 Temple
74 Roemer Tyler OT 6-6 315 San Diego State
75 Maiava Lene OT 6-5 311.6 Arizona
77 Oakman Shawn DE 6-9 280 Baylor
80 Blacknall Saeed WR 6-2 209 Penn State
82 Barnes Brandon TE 6-4 255 Alabama State
84 Smallwood Jordan WR 6-2 225 Oklahoma
88 Hampton De'Quan WR 6-3 223 Southern California
90 Henderson Roderick DE 6-1 355 Baylor
91 Roberts Boogie DT 6-2 289 San Jose State
93 Sanders Trevon DT 6-2 327 Troy
94 Reed Cedric DE 6-5 259 Texas
95 Hughes Montori DT 6-4 350 Tennessee-Martin
96 Johnson Anthony LB 6-2 263 Louisiana State
98 Taylor Devin DE 6-8 267 South Carolina
99 Brady Latarius DT 6-2 281 Memphis

LA Wildcats Notable Players
Josh Johnson, QB

Josh will be the starting quarterback for the Wildcats for week one of the 2020 XFL season.  He made his NFL debut for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008 and has bounced around the league since then.  His athletic prowess has served him well over the years and has caused nightmares for defenses on the other side of the ball.  Luis Perez provided competition for Johnson in training camp, but was traded to the New York Guardians in late January of 2020.

DuJuan Harris, RB

Duane is poised to start the year as the lead running back for the Wildcats.  He has played for nine NFL teams and had his longest tenure with the Green Bay Packers from 2012-2014. He is an all-purpose running back that can do damage as a ball carrier and a receiver out of the backfield.  Harris looks to dart past defenders and propel the Wildcats to Western Conference dominance in 2020.

Nick Novak, K

Kicker Nick Novak has been in and out of the NFL since 2005 and most recently played for the Los Angeles Chargers in 2017.  At 38 years old, Nick is looking to prove that he still has plenty of lift left in his leg.  He has enormous range to split the uprights with a career long of 53 yards.  

2019 XFL Draft Recap
Offensive Draft

Tier 1 Quarterback Allocations

Luis Perez – QB – Texas A&M University
Josh Johnson – QB – San Diego *Supplemental draft choice

Phase 1: Skill Players

1 8 Elijah Hood RB North Carolina
2 9 Rashad Ross WR Arizona State
3 24 Nelson Spruce WR Colorado
4 25 Brandon Barnes TE Alabama State
5 40 Larry Rose III RB New Mexico State
6 41 KD Cannon WR Baylor
7 56 Martez Carter RB Grambling State
8 57 Keyarris Garrett WR Tulsa
9 72 Scott Orndoff TE Pittsburgh
10 73 Donteea Dye WR Heidelberg

Phase 2: Offensive Line

1 1 Storm Norton OT Toledo
2 16 Fred Lauina G Oregon State
3 17 Ryan Pope OT San Diego State
4 32 Jaelin Robinson OT Temple
5 33 Damien Mama G USC
6 48 Nico Siragusa G San Diego State
7 49 Ryan Cummings OT Wyoming
8 64 Lene Maiava OT Arizona
9 65 Tyler Roemer OT San Diego State
10 80 Anthony Morris OT Tennessee State

Defensive Draft

Phase 3: Defensive Front Seven

1 4 Anthony Johnson DT LSU
2 13 Eric Pinkins LB San Diego State
3 20 Latarius Brady DT Memphis
4 29 Willie Mays DE Tiffin
5 36 Tre' Williams LB Auburn
6 45 Leon Orr DT Florida
7 52 Reggie Howard DT Toledo
8 61 Corey Vereen DE Tennessee
9 68 Adrian Hubbard DE Alabama
10 77 Owen Roberts DT San Jose State

Phase 4: Defensive Backs

1 5 Jack Tocho CB North Carolina State
2 12 Jaylen Dunlap CB Illinois
3 21 C.J. Moore CB North Carolina Central
4 28 Roman Tatum CB Southern Illinois
5 37 Jordan Powell S Widener
6 44 Ahmad Dixon S Baylor
7 53 Harlan Miller CB Southeastern Louisiana
8 60 Jerome Couplin S William & Mary
9 69 Mike Stevens CB North Carolina State
10 76 Bryce Cheek CB Akron

Open Draft

Phase 5: Open Draft

Jalan McClendon QB Baylor
Taryn Christion QB South Dakota State
Nico Evans RB Wyoming
Winston Dimel RB UTEP
Adonis Jennings WR Temple
DeQuan Hampton WR USC
Jalen Greene WR Utah State
Kermit Whitfield WR Florida State
Cordon Moog TE Baylor
Johnny Stanton TE UNLV
Damian Prince OT Maryland
Micah St. Andrew G Fresno State
Patrick Vahe G Texas
Cedric Reed DE Texas
Dame Ndiaye DE Portland State
Shawn Oakman DE Baylor
Andrew Stelter DT Minnesota
Andrew Williams DT Auburn
Alex Funches LB California
Jerimiah Spicer LB Bethesda
Quentin Gause LB Rutgers
Taiwan Jones LB Michigan State
Joshua Jenkins CB Army
Tyree Holder CB Ball State
Jaleel Wododd S UCLA
LaDarius Wiley S Vanderbilt
Mar’Sean Diggs S UAB
Nick Novak K Maryland
Colton Schmidt P UC Davis
Ryan Navarro LS Oregon State

Supplemental Draft:

Terrell Alex RB Texas Southern
Saeed Blacknall WR Penn State
Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
Toa Lobendahn G USC
Dwayne Wallace OT Kansas
Austin Flynn DE Long Beach City
Montori Hughes DT UT Martin
Will Smith LB Texas Tech
Jalen Collins CB LSU
Brandon Bryant S Mississippi State

2020 LA Wildcats Schedule

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

Post Season

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

XFL Salaries

The salaries for the Los Angeles Wildcats will be the exact same structure as all other teams in the XFL. While the average player salary is $55,000, that pay will be augmented by two weekly bonuses.  One weekly bonus will be based on roster availability.  Basically, if you are on a roster and not injured, you’ll get the bonus.  Another bonus will be awarded to the winning team each week.  Players on the winning side will receive a pot of money that will be split amongst the team evenly.  That’ll certainly keep the competition intense as there is hard money to be won.  Highly productive skill players will have the chance to earn a salary that is much higher than the average based on incentives and performance escalators.  The maximum salary that a head coach can earn per season is $500,000.