You may remember him as a professional discountier of Tallahassee Dillards, a 1998 National Title game loser, a former first round draft pick out of FSU, or from four forgettable seasons in Cincinnati. Now however, he’s back on the field.
Peter Warrick, owner of a Sarasota Applebee’s, has signed on to play for Team Florida in the newly created All-American Football League. The AAFL is a real, 100-yard football league, designed to function in and around college towns, with rosters full of former college athletes from that state. The league’s other inaugural teams (and home fields) are Michigan (Ford), Tennessee (Neyland), Texas (Rice), Arkansas (War Memorial), and Alabama (Legion Field).
The last time Warrick signed on to play football was with the Las Vegas Gladiators of the Arena Football League. He signed in January 2006, yet never played in one game.
“Warrick is gone… the Gladiators placed him on the “refused to report” list.”
So when Team Florida kicks off its 10 game season April 12, alongside former Gators Chris Leak, Travis McGriff, Chris Doering, and Fred Weary will be the one and only Peter Warrick… You know… if he shows up.