One football league's demise may turn into a bargain for another.

Debuting next year,  the XFL is hoping to score equipment from the now-bankrupt Alliance of American Football.

According to bankruptcy court documents filed this week, Alpha Entertainment, the XFL's parent company, is asking a judge to approve the sale of equipment, including shoulder pads, helmets, tackling dummies and other equipment.

The equipment is stored inside a warehouse here in San Antonio. The price tag-- a reduced cost of $375,000.

Alpha has already put down a deposit of more than $37,000. If approved, any money from the sale would go to the AAF's many creditors, who at most would only see pennies on the dollar.

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