LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- A group of 78 former United Football League players and team staff members are suing UFL founder and chairman William Hambrecht for millions of dollars. The league in October cancelled the second half of its 2012 season because of financial problems. The 78 plaintiffs say in the lawsuit filed in Las Vegas that they haven't received any of the pay agreed upon in their contracts or in signed "personal guarantees" by Hambrecht. The 78 were associated with the Omaha Nighthawks and Las Vegas Locomotives. Attorney Andrew Rempfer, who filed the lawsuit, said Tuesday the group is seeking $2 million to $3 million in back pay, punitive damages and attorney fees. Phone and email messages were left with an attorney representing Hambrecht.