The XFL has officially canceled its 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After the Dallas Renegades reached the halfway point of their 10-game regular season, they are still seeking their first win at home after losing to the New York Guardians 30-12.
There is good news for the XFL’s Dallas Renegades. The injury to their starting quarterback is not as bad as feared.
The Dallas Renegades lost to their in-state rival, the Houston Roughnecks, 27-20 on Sunday, in a game that has been dubbed the "Texas Throwdown."
Landry Jones had three touchdown passes to lead the Dallas Renegades over the Seattle Dragons 24-12.
The Dallas Renegades got their first win in franchise history as Landry Jones was at the helm after missing the first game.
The XFL kicked off this weekend and the Dallas Renegades’ season got off to a cloudy start. But the threat of rain didn’t stop fans from turning out for the team’s debut game at the former home of the Rangers.
The Super Bowl may be over, but the XFL is just getting started.
If you are going through football withdrawals after the Super Bowl, the XFL hopes to be the antidote for your post-season blues.
The new league kicks off on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Here are the ways in which XFL rules are different from those in the NFL.
The Dallas Renegades of the XFL play their first game in just over three weeks. And their stadium is nearly ready.
Dallas Renegades quarterback Landry Jones suffered a knee injury during Monday’s first training camp practice in full pads. The league is holding its training camp for all eight teams in the Houston area.
North Texas’ new XFL team showed off its new uniforms on Tuesday.
Developers will share plans Thursday for how Globe Life Park in Arlington will change from a baseball to a football stadium.
Coach Bob Stoops and the Dallas Renegades finally have some players to talk about after the first day of the XFL draft.
The new Dallas XFL team will be called the Renegades, league officials announced on Wednesday.
The Dallas XFL team hosted a summer showcase Friday to evaluate potential players.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Bob Stoops initially rejected the idea of coming out of retirement to join the reincarnation of the XFL. Then the former Oklahoma coach had time to think about all the extra time in his schedule roughly a year and a half after he stepped away from the Sooners after 18 seasons .
Former Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops is set to get back into football, but this time, it will be at the professional level.