Haves vs. Have Nots: Is Cheating Rampant In AFL?(3/6) It's the story that no one in the Arena Football League wants to talk about. But last Friday, when the Florida Times Union reported that Aaron Garcia had retired, the cat was officially let out of the bag.
Thunder Rolls in First Live Action(3/4) The Portland Thunder held thier first live scrimmage in team history on Saturday, May 1st at their Tualatin practice facility in front of crowd of media and hundreds of season-ticket holders. The Rose City's newest professional sports franchise did not fail to put on a show.
Thunder Trim Roster After First Live Scrimmage(3/4) The Portland Thunder trimmed their roster to near regular season numbers only two days after a very successful energetic and occasionally hotly contested live scrimmage Saturday, May 1st. Playing in front of a large group of media and hundreds of season-ticket holders, players literally and figuratively threw themselves against the wall in a collective last-minute attempt to remain with the team.
Report: Aaron Garcia To Retire(2/28) Perhaps the time has finally come. According to a report in the Florida Times Union, Aaron Garcia has decided at 43 years old to retire.
Sauk "Extremely happy" With Team's Early Efforts(2/27) Training camp. Those halcyon days when all the pass routes are fearless and crisp, and the running backs burst through every hole for a twenty yard gain. Defensive linemen get to the quarterback with fearsome regularity, and passers stand tall in the pocket reading coverages and picking out receivers flawlessly with no notice of the rush whatsoever.
San Jose SaberCats vs. Arizona Rattlers: The Western Rivalry's 20th Year(2/22) May 12, 1995: A day that will forever be marked as the originating spark of the most intense, heated war in the AFL. Both teams are currently known for being two of the richest, most successful franchises in league history, and that is perhaps the ultimate recipe to a furious, yet incredible, rivalry.