Weekly roster moves: Winless Stuttgart Surge sign new Quarterback and more

The Stuttgart Surge have scored the least points in the European League of Football this season so far. Will this change with a new quarterback under center?

June 30, 2022
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Tim Hanswillemenke
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Weekly roster moves: Winless Stuttgart Surge sign new Quarterback and more
Newly signed Stuttgart Surge quarterback Dante Vandeven and general manager Suni Musa. © Fiona Noever

Some teams lose, others win. But every franchise has one thing in common: to have the best players possible on your team every single week!

Let’s have a look at the latest roster moves around the European League of Football.  

The Barcelona Dragons have released tight end Ruben Quintana Mitermajer. The Spanish franchise has signed offensive lineman Miguel Angel Kabankaya in a corresponding move.

The Berlin Thunder have re-signed French safety Maceo Beard who took part in the 2021 NFL International Combine. He was signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the CFL earlier this year. Now, the Frenchman returns to the capital of Germany to play for the Thunder in the European League of Football.

The Stuttgart Surge have released with running back Chris Voumbo and kicker Jonata Loria. The Surge have also parted ways with American tight end David Meza.

The German franchise has also placed American quarterback Randall Schroeder on the injured reserve list.

However, Stuttgart has already signed quarterback Dante Vandeven as Schroeder’s replacement.

The Centurions have signed offensive linemen Frederik Schneider and Jens Vogt.

The reigning champions have released quarterback Jasper Small. In a blockbuster signing, the Galaxy have announced former NFL wide receiver Reece Horn to join the active roster for the remainder of the season.

The Raiders have reactivated Austrian wide receiver Yannick Mayr before their week five matchup.

The Rams have parted ways with British running back Tyrese Johnson-Fisher, as announced by the franchise. The Turkish franchise has also lost Swedish defensive back Noah Allsten for the remainder of the season due to an injury.

The Rams have also placed American defensive back Andre Whyte on the injured reserve list and reactivated defensive back Jamarii Milliken.

The Kings have placed New Zealander Lance Leota and Swedish wide receiver Anton Jallai on the injured reserve list. However, Saxon-based franchise has reactivated offensive lineman Zachariah Junior Davidson-Bentham and has signed offensive tackle Joshua Olaiya to the active roster.

The Vikings have announced that defensive back Florian Albrecht and Clemens Walz are out for the remainder of the season. However, the Vikings have signed wide receiver Marian Deininger in a corresponding move.

The Panthers have placed wide receiver Michał Zięta on the injured reserve list and have parted ways offensive lineman Jonas Hagerup.

On the flip side, the Polish franchise has signed offensive linemen Sebastian Kojkol and Lukáš Bočkay to their active roster.

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