New Renderings Show What Globe Life Park Will Look Like For XFL Games

105.3 The Fan
October 17, 2019 - 3:27 pm

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan/AP) - The Dallas Renegades unveiled renderings of what Globe Life Park in Arlington will look like with a football field instead of a baseball diamond.


The Renegades, a part of the Vince McMahon-owned XFL re-boot, will play their home games at the Texas Rangers former ballpark and will not move over to the brand new Globe Life Field. 

Former Oklahoma Sooner coach Bob Stoops was officially named as the head coach and General Manager of the team earlier this year. 

Stoops was the head coach at Oklahoma for 18 years before stepping away for successor Lincoln Riley.

At his time in Oklahoma, Stoops was 190-48 with 10 Big 12 Championships and 1 National Title. He was also a 2-time recipient of the Walter Camp Coach of the Year award and won AP Coach of the year once. 

Landry Jones, one of the quarterbacks under Stoops for his run with the Sooners, will start at quarterback for the Renegades. 

The XFL conducted its draft this week. Here are the players the Renegades selected:

The league is set to begin play the week after Super Bowl 54. Games will be shown on ESPN and Fox.