2001 Rampage Inducted into Grand Rapids Sport Hall of Fame(10/29) The city of Grand Rapids, Michigan had an Arena Football League franchise for 11 season, from 1998-2008. On Tuesday night, October 28, 2014, the Rampage was honored with an induction into the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame.
Pittsburgh Power Fined $100,000 for Salary Violations(10/14) The Pittsburgh Power made the jump last season from a 4-14 team to a 15-3 team. If they are going to be making a jump in the right direction this year, they're going to have to do so with peering eyes watching their every move. The Power have been fined by the Arena Football League a total of $100,000 for three separate incidents in violating the salary structure for coaches and players.
McPherson Readies for AFL Return(10/5) Last season wasn't exactly a banner year for quarterbacks around the Arena Football League. It was the first time in the AFL v2.0 era that only two men threw for more than 100 touchdowns, and it was the first time since 2002 that no one completed even 68 percent of his passes.
Quarterback Carousel Rumors Send Meyer, Michna Around Country(9/30) We're only a few days into the free agency period, and we have already seen some teams make some splashes. The San Jose SaberCats were one of the splashier teams in the opening days, signing both Virgil Gray and Eric Crocker to solidify their secondary. Could more changes be on the way in Silicon Valley?
Portland Thunder part ways with Sauk and announce signing of AFL ultra veteran Mike Hohensee(9/24) The Portland Thunder , who played their inaugural season in 2014 at Portland's Moda Center, announced today that they have let go of the first year head coach Mathew Sauk. The introduction of new Thunder head coach Mike Hohensee will take place on Wednesday around midday.
BREAKING NEWS: Former Foxwoods CEO To Take Over as AFL Commissioner(9/18) The Arena Football League is about to have its seventh commissioner. Sources have confirmed to ArenaFan that Scott Butera will be named the next commissioner of the AFL.