Former NFL Punter Brad Wing Throws 40-Yard Touchdown Pass During UFL Game

The UNFl is off and running.

On Sunday, the San Antonio Brahmas and D.C. Defender kicked off their season in the spring football league and they already have a viral moment.

Up 14-9 with 14 seconds left in the opening half, San Antonio lined up for a field goal on fourth and long. The kicker then motioned into the slot, leaving punter Brad Wing alone to field the snap.

Wing, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers last season, dropped back to midfield before launching the ball 35 yards where he found Alex Mollette, who dragged a Defenders defender into the end zone for an improbable 40-yard touchdown.


Here’s the play:

Wing spent three seasons with the New York Giants from 2015 to 2017. The former LSU All-Amiercan spent five years out of the NFL before joining the Steelers in 2023.

Meanwhile, for Mollete, after he played for the XFL’s Houston Roughnecks, he spent two weeks with the Detroit Lions last summer. He’s never suited up for an NFL game yet.

After this incredible trick play, who knows.. they might be getting a call from the NFL soon.