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Jordan Suell’s pro football dream gains yardage in new USFL

Fort Vancouver grad has breakout game in championship

By Meg Wochnick, Columbian staff writer
Published: July 11, 2022, 7:09pm
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Vancouver's Jordan Suell (2) of the Philadelphia Stars catches a touchdown pass against the Birmingham Stallions during the United States Football League championship game on July 3 in Canton, Ohio.
Vancouver's Jordan Suell (2) of the Philadelphia Stars catches a touchdown pass against the Birmingham Stallions during the United States Football League championship game on July 3 in Canton, Ohio. (Patrick Smith/USFL/Getty Images) Photo Gallery

One thing on Jordan Suell’s off-season to-do list as a professional football player is getting a new batch of receiver gloves.

That’s because Suell gladly gave all his game-worn gloves away to kids and fans postgame of the United States Football League’s championship game July 3. Fans also waited patiently for an autograph from the 2015 Fort Vancouver High graduate after his big game for the Philadelphia Stars to close out the first season of the rebooted spring professional football league.

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