Kyle Sloter will wait for "the call" from the NFL after the USFL season is over

Kyle Sloter's spring football campaign was over last weekend when the New Orleans Breakers lost to the Birmingham Stallions 31-17 in the playoffs.

The USFL season is still playing one game left, however, with the Stallions scheduled to take on the Philadelphia Stars in the championship game on July 3rd.

When the title game ends, USFL players can begin signing with NFL teams on Monday however they must be released first.

The majority of teams will grant releases because it is a means to move to return to the NFL is one of the things the USFL has stated it wants to assist players to achieve.

Sloter could ask for his release if he receives another phone call to an NFL team following his impressive performance with the USFL

this spring (his 1,798 passing yards were 2nd in the league and was named to all-USFL teams).

Sloter started his professional profession in the Denver Broncos in 2017, when he joined them as a student free agent from Northern Colorado.

He was a fan favorite in Denver but was not on the Bronco's 53-man roster.

He has been traded to five other NFL teams since then, before being drafted into the USFL this year.