Paris Musketeers Sign Australian Defensive End Jack Loew

The Paris Musketeers have announced that they have signed defensive end Jack Loew ahead of the 2023 European League of Football season.

At 21 years old, the Australian has already had an accomplished football career.  From 2017 to 2019, he played for the Brisbane Rhinos’ junior team.  There, he was a team captain and was named the team’s defensive MVP after leading the entire league in sacks.  He was recruited to Kent State University at the NCAA Division I FBS level, where he spent the spring of 2021.  Returning to Australia, he joined the Rhinos’ senior team, where he was a defensive captain in the 2022 season.

The 6’5”, 247 pound Loew is a young player that the Musketeers are hoping will develop into an impact player in the ELF.  With this signing, the Musketeers have filled their final import spot on their roster.  Loew joins a collection of impressive French and international talent that Paris has added to their roster this offseason.  As a brand-new team starting from scratch, it seems that the Musketeers have made enough noise to potentially make a big splash in the league once the season kicks off in early June.


A current student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carter played football in high school and has been a lifelong avid football fan.