The Alliance of American Football has revealed details about player allocation and salary expectations.
Bill Polian, an ESPN NFL analyst and co-founder, said the league will give players three-year, non-guaranteed contracts worth $250,000 each.
Players can leave the league, which is set to kick off Feb. 9, to go to the NFL, but Polian said it's unclear how the league will handle the rights of those players.
Salaries will be in line with AAF competitor the XFL, which has said it will pay players an average of $75,000 per season. That league launches in 2020.