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Barry Wagner     

WR/DB
Born: November 24, 1967
Hometown: Greensboro, AL
6' 3", 225
College: Alabama A&M
Other Pro Experience: NFL 
Full NFL stats at Pro-Football-Reference.com

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Top 25 players in AFL history: The Top Two
AFL Press Release
In 2006, the AFL Historical Committee selected Eddie Brown as the Greatest Player in AFL History, with Barry Wagner coming in at number two. Five seasons later, the Silver Anniversary Committee again selected Brown and Wagner as the top two players in League history, but the order has changed.

Arena Football League Hall of Famers Hernandez and Wagner to Have Jerseys Retired Saturday
San Jose SaberCats Press Release
he SaberCats announced today that the jerseys of Arena Football League Hall of Famers Sam Hernandez and Barry Wagner will be retired in a special halftime ceremony on Saturday at HP Pavilion during the evening’s game between the SaberCats and Iowa Barnstormers.

Top 25 Ironmen in AFL history: No. 1-10
AFL Press Release
Completing its countdown of the 25 Greatest Receivers in AFL History, the Silver Anniversary Committee has announced the five greatest receivers in Arena Football history.

Breaking it Down: AFL HOF Edition
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
This Friday during the NFL Network broadcast of the War on I-4, ten individuals will be selected as finalists for the first AFL Hall of Fame class in nearly a decade. As the self-anointed AFL historian, I've taken the liberty of going through the list of eligible individuals and present to you my ten finalists.

Breaking it Down – Week 17
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
With just a week to go in the regular season, all eight playoff teams have been decided and Spokane locked up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Rod Windsor added another league single-season record to his record-breaking rookie campaign. Also, Dallas named its new head coach at halftime. This and much more awaits in the 17th weekly edition of Breaking it Down.

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week Six
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
Week Six was one of the most eventful weeks thus far. It offered the indoor football world the highest scoring game in league history and no team is winless or unbeaten any more. The stats software still has more bugs than any exterminator could handle and of course, the league hasn’t published a record book. This and more AFL information you’ll ever find anywhere awaits you in your Week Six fix…

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week Five
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
After three ten-point games on Friday, Week Five blessed us with four exciting contests on Saturday night that all came down to the final minute of play. Three previously winless teams earned their first victories and Milwaukee suffered its first loss of the year. Home teams still keep on winning, as does Tim Marcum. This and more AFL information than anywhere else await you in this week's edition of Breaking it Down.

Honoring the best with the best
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
I’m not a huge fan of hockey, but I love the fact that the NHL honors some of its legends on the names of the trophies handed out to the league’s annual award winners, like the Hart Memorial Trophy given out the NHL’s Most Valuable Player. What better why to honor the pioneers and all-time greats of Arena Football than to do the same?

'Ironman' Wagner comes home
East Orlando Sun
For someone often referred to as the definition of the Arena Football League’s term “Ironman,” it didn't take much for Barry Wagner to melt in front of 13,423 fans last week at Amway Arena.

Arena Football Legend Honored
Central Florida News 13
On Friday, June 13, the Orlando Predators honored Barry Wagner, one of the best to ever play arena football.

This One’s for You, Wags
Adam Markowitz, ArenaFan.com
It all began on May 29, 1992. A 24-year old rookie named Barry Wagner made his debut in the Arena Football League by posting a game that any Ironman could be proud of. He caught five passes for 68 yards, with a touchdown from good ol’ quarterback Ben Bennett, and intercepted a familiar face; then Tampa Bay Storm quarterback Jay Gruden. Though the Predators lost that day by the count of 39-32, the stage was set for one of the greatest careers in not just Arena Football history, but in the history of professional football.

Preds to induct former AFL standout Wagner
Orlando Sentinel
The Orlando Predators announced the official retirement of Arena Football League standout Barry Wagner and will induct him into the Preds Ring of Honor at halftime of the regular-season finale against the New Orleans VooDoo on June 13.

Barry Wagner retirement celebration set for Preds season finale
Orlando Predators Press Release
On Tuesday the Orlando Predators announced the official retirement of Arena Football League great Barry Wagner. The product of Alabama A&M University played for the Preds from 1992-1999 and led Orlando to their first ArenaBowl title in 1998.

The Barry Wagner Award
Tim Ball, ArenaFan.com
Ironman has a name. The best of all time. The Willy Mays of . . . Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali... We have a name like that for the AFL: Barry Wagner.

Barry Wagner signs with Daytona Beach Thunder
Jason Lucas, ArenaFan.com
At approximately 2:30pm ET today, Barry Wagner became the newest member of the World Indoor Football League’s Daytona Beach Thunder. A small gathering of media came together at the Chism Center in Deland, Florida to welcome Wagner to the Thunder. “It’

Barry Wagner to Join Daytona Beach Thunder
Jason Lucas, ArenaFan.com
A source has confirmed to me that Barry Wagner has verbally agreed to play with Daytona Beach Thunder of the World Indoor Football League as of 3:15pm today. Wagner was most recently in the training camp of the Tampa Bay Storm at the start of the 200