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The Process Has Begun for the Soul

January 13, 2017 - PHILADELPHIA -- As the 2017 season approaches, the Soul have begun the process to build their roster in preparation for another championship run and provide those rostered players with an opportunity at the next level. Looking back on last year's season, the Soul coaching staff put together a team that was not only focused on winning, but also possessed the skills to impress NFL scouts across the country. Most AFL players dream of following the Kurt Warner story and continuing on to the NFL. Warner began his career with t... Full Story

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Sharks Add Dale Pierson to Roster

January 12, 2017 - JACKSONVILLE - The Jacksonville Sharks announced today that defensive lineman Dale Pierson signed with the Jacksonville Sharks and has been added to the 2017 roster. Dale Pierson (6'2,245) enters his rookie season playing arena football. Prior to the Sharks, Pierson was an NFL free agent who participated in the Green Bay Packers Rookie Mini Camp during the 2016 season. The Sharks newest lineman, finished his college career at Iowa State where he accumulated a total of 70 tackles, 17 for a loss, two forced fumbles and two ... Full Story

Dan Raudabaugh Returns to Philadelphia

January 11, 2017 - PHILADELPHIA - The 2016 ArenaBowl Champion Philadelphia Soul have agreed to terms with the AFL's top quarterback, Dan Raudabaugh (6'3, 220, Miami, OH). This is Raudabaugh's eighth season in the Arena Football League and his sixth season with the Soul. "Dan has proven he can lead a team to a championship and we are looking forward to him leading the charge as we defend our title this season," said Soul head coach Clint Dolezel. "There's not a better quarterback in this league, we now have the best player in the league on o... Full Story

Five Minutes with Roger Mody, Managing Partner of Baltimore Arena Football Team

January 11, 2017 - Baltimore's new Arena Football League team received its inaugural schedule on Thursday, with 14 games, mostly at night, and a home opener at Royal Farms Arena on May 7. What remains is to name the team - that happens later this month - and do plenty of marketing so the city knows the club is open for business. That's where Roger Mody comes in. The 52-year-old Washington executive is the team's managing partner and calls himself its "brand ambassador." Read the Full Article at ... Full Story

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