Changes Abound - Shock 2014 Preview(3/9) The 2013 season was a roller coaster for the Spokane Shock. They started hot with a five-game winning streak and then cooled considerably with a three-game losing streak. They rebounded and finished the season on a 10-1 run to finish the regular season with a 14-4 record. They won a nail-biter against the now-defunct Chicago Rush in their opening playoff game followed by a crushing defeat to the Arizona Rattlers. Their sights are still set on the ArenaBowl for 2014.
Questions Remain For Tampa Bay Storm as New Era Begins(3/8) As training camps around the Arena Football League wind down and a fresh season approaches, the Tampa Bay Storm are left with many questions at many positions.
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.