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Polish football player to compete for spot in NFL

13.12.2019 13:15
Young Polish football player Antoni Podgórski is set to compete for a spot in America’s National Football League.
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Podgórski, currently a wing for the American Football team Warsaw Mets, is one of nine players from eight countries who have qualified for the NFL’s 2020 International Player Pathway Program.

The sportsmen will start training in January in the United States and then have a chance to perform in front of NFL club scouts and potentially be signed as a free agent or selected for a practice squad position for next season, the NFL said on its website.

The other contenders come from Austria, Brazil, China, Finland, Germany, Mexico and Norway.

Only four Poles have played in the NFL. The last one was kicker Sebastian Janikowski, who in April ended his career in the league after 19 years.

The others were Czesław Marcol, Ryszard Szaro and Zbigniew Maniecki.


Source: IAR/NFL.com