Because the NFL — and more specifically the NFLPA — has yet to truly engage with the Alliance of American Football, the final two games of the AAF’s Week 8 slate could be the league’s last outings, according to a weekend report from Mike Florio of NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk.

“Per a source with knowledge of the situation, there has been no movement regarding efforts to persuade the NFL Players Association to agree to a program that would result in NFL teams loaning certain back-of-roster players to the AAF (and the XFL). Which means that the supposed Hail Mary for the AAF could be landing flat, enhancing the chances of dissolution by the start of the 2020 season — and possibly resulting in the plug being pulled before next weekend,” writes the aforementioned Florio.