Of course, it was marketed like hell, which included trading cards. Topps 100 card base set plus 10 team logo stickers and eight "mega-foil" quarterback cards made up the issue.
Packs contained eight cards each...
Tommy Maddox and Rod "He Hate Me" Smart were the two most well known players. Remember when MLB let players put whatever they wanted on the back of their jerseys? That was an XFL innovation.
And they got crazy with the cheerleaders, too.
Here's a link to all the cheerleader cards, and the group shots on the back.
The league only lasted a year. Check out the 30 For 30 on ESPN when you can.