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Former NFL quarterback Christian Hackenberg made his first Alliance of American Football appearance Sunday.

By Charlotte Carroll
February 10, 2019

Former NFL quarterback Christian Hackenberg made his first Alliance of American Football appearance Sunday, struggling in a profanity-laden debut.

Hackenberg started for the Memphis Express and his team lost to the Birmingham Iron, 26-0. He went 10–for–23 with 87 yards and one interception.

The 23-year-old Hackenberg also forgot he was mic'd up during the game, offering a selection of profanities.

Be warned, this contains expletives.

He was replaced by backup quarterback Brandon Silvers with a just over four minutes to play, and Silvers threw an interception on his first drive.

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Hackenberg was a second-round pick by the Jets out of Penn State in the 2016 NFL draft. He didn’t play in an NFL regular season game.

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