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Posts Tagged ‘Arena Football League.’

Cleveland Gladiators bought by Cavs owner Gilbert

 

(courtesy of Cleveland Gladiators via wikipedia commons)

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert has bought the Cleveland Gladiators franchise of the Arena Football League.

The Gladiators were and instant hint with fans in the Lake Erie city early in their formative days, but they have been struggling to get fans into Quicken Loans Arena in the past few years.

Their training camp starts in February.

The ownership group led by Gilbert, purchased the team from Jim Ferraro, an attorney who has owned the team since 2000.

Ferraro took the franchise to Las Vegas in 2002 and moved it to Cleveland in 2007. Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar is a part owner and advisor.

 

Info from Arena Football League, Cleveland Gladiators, Radio & TV news

Bengals move quickly, hire Jay Gruden as offensive coordinator

Jay Gruden (Orlando Predators photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals moved very quickly in naming a new coordinator to run their offense.

They fired Bob Bratkowski early in the week.

On Thursday, they hired Arena Football League coach Jay Gruden as their offensive coordinator.

The 43-year-old Gruden is the younger brother of former NFL coach Jon Gruden. He was an assistant coach for seven seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including the 2002 season  of the Super Bowl Champions.

Jay played and coached in the Arena Football League for 18 years.

compiled from NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

Former NFL Player Nick Rogers dead at age 30 from car accident

compiled from staff, wire NFL and Georgia Tech info

Nick Rogers (Ga. Tech photo)

Former NFL player and Georgia Tech star Nick Rogers has died in a on-car accident. He was 30.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office says that Rogers was killed about 1:30 a.m. Monday when his car hit a utility pole in College Park, a suburb of Atlanta.

Rogers had 16 1/2 sacks as a defensive end at Georgia Tech and was drafted in the sixth round in 2002.

Rogers, a 250-pound linebacker, spent four years in the NFL with Green Bay, Indianapolis, Miami and Minnesota.

He started 16 games in each of two seasons with the Vikings in 2002-2003. The next season he was with the Packers for 10 games and the Colts for one. His final NFL season was 2005, when he played three games with the Miami Dolphins.

Rogers most recently played for Colorado of the Arena Football League in 2008.