With the AAF shutting down so quickly it has left a lot of the players in limbo, and have left some of them homeless. Many of the players who signed up to the play in the league were put into temporary housing during the season and with the league shutting down, they also lost their housing.

Some of the players who were in the league said that once it was announced that the league was shutting down they were instantly kicked out of their hotel or apartment.

According to former NFL player Rich Ohrnberger who was a radio analyst for the AAF, when players went back to the hotel after finding out the league was folding, all their belongings were waiting in the lobby for them.

Memphis fullback Anthony Manzo-Lewis took to Twitter to say that he was kicked out and had zero places to go. His teammate Brandon Silvers reached out to him saying he still had a few days left on his Airbnb and that Lewis could crash with him.

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One of the other biggest questions surronding the league is what happens to the players who were injured during the season. Now they are on their own for the medical bills and although some players are looking at filing workers comp claims, it's unclear how exactly it will all work out.

Gionni Paul who broke his arm playing took to Twitter with his concerns and doesn't have a clue where he will go from here.