A friend sent me something and said Tate is playing football again. Apparently, he is playing for the Los Angeles Marauders of the PS-AFL.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Los Angeles Marauders have activated former University of Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier for Sunday's Professional Spring American Football League game against the SoCal Coyotes in Palm Springs.
The Marauders lost starting quarterback Kyle Parrish due to injuries from last week's 34-6 opening day. Forcier joins Kadell Washington (San Jose State) as the two active quarterbacks on the Marauder roster.
Forcier completed 165 of 281 (58.7) for 2,050 yards, 13 touchdowns and 10 interceptions during his tenure at Michigan. He rushed 118 times for 240 yards.
Forcier appeared briefly with the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Parrish finished last week's game, but was sacked six times by a devastating Coyote defense that gave up only 169 total yards.
-GM Sam Maggio
Looks like Tate Forcier is playing football again. This time with the LA Marauders of the PS-AFL, a semi-pro spring football league.— Joshua Henschke (@JoshuaHenschke) May 23, 2014