ST. CLOUD -- Football players who have seen their high school or college careers come to an end still have a chance to play the sport they love. The Granite City Renegades are a semi-pro football team entering their third year. Owner and founder Brett Weaver says players aren't paid, so they are looking for guys who have a passion for the sport.

The Renegades play in the six-team Midwest Premiere Football League and are looking to grow the league to 10 teams.

The Renegades has players ranging for 18-years-old to 35-years-old. Weaver says they have a player who never played organized football but has developed into their most improved player.

Tryouts will be held in November or December and games are played in the spring and summer.

If you'd like to learn more, check out the website at www.renegadesfootball.com.