Thursday, April 19, 2012


The Lingerie Football League, recognized as ‘the fastest growing sports league in the U.S.’ (Businessweek), today announced that Omaha, Nebraska has been awarded an expansion franchise in advance of the rapidly approaching 2013 LFL United States season.
The yet-to-be-named franchise will play their home games at the newly-constructed Ralston Arena, near Omaha, and is expected to compete in the LFL’s Eastern Conference against the Baltimore Charm, Cleveland Crush, Orlando Fantasy, Philadelphia Passion and Tampa Breeze.
“The LFL has become a global sports and cultural phenomenon. The Ralston/Omaha metropolitan area and our brand-new facility, the Ralston Arena, will provide a great setting for sports’ ultimate LIVE experience,” said Curtis Webb, Ralston Arena General Manager. “The Ralston Arena continues to be a state-of-the art facility that is drawing interest from franchises and events all around the United States.”
In only three seasons of operation, the LFL has established itself as the most successful female sports league in the United States, consistently drawing sell-out crowds, setting record television ratings and developing strong corporate partnerships in propelling the sport’s soaring trajectory to rapid domestic and international growth.
In comparison to popular multi-billion dollar sports franchises such as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) or World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) through their first two seasons, the LFL has achieved significantly more television viewership, attendance and growth over the same initial period of time.
Omaha marks the first venture of the Las Vegas-based LFL into the ‘Heartland of America’ with previous expansion markets being awarded in major media markets primarily located on both coasts.
“Omaha is perhaps the most under-rated sports market in the country. The fanaticism around the support of local teams coupled with an incredible state-of-the-art facility, made for a compelling story to bring LFL Football to Football Town USA”, said Mitchell S. Mortaza, Founder & Chairman, Lingerie Football League, LLC.
The league is expected to name at least one more 2013 expansion market in advance of the league’s shift in its regular season schedule from a fall/winter format to a spring/summer schedule.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Philadelphia Soul To Hold Town Takeover Event

The Philadelphia Soul (4-1) will be holding a “Town Takeover” of Collingswood, NJ on Thursday, April 19 from 7 to 8 p.m.  The team will shut down the parking lot of the Heights of Collingswood Apartment Complex at 700 W. Browning Road, off Collings Avenue to hold a “walk-through” practice.  All Soul “town takeover” events are presented by Susquehanna Bank, the preferred bank of the Soul and by Walgreens.
Practice will be open to the public, and the team’s last practice before they take on the Tampa Bay Storm (3-2) on April 20, with kickoff scheduled for 8 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center.  It will be the nationally television game of the week on NFL Network.
Local Philadelphia Band, Rivers Monroe will be performing live before and after the practice.  In addition to Soul players and coaches, also in attendance will be Soul mascot, SoulMan, the Soulmates dance team, and Soul ownership and front office.  Post-practice, players and Soulmates will be available to sign autographs for those in attendance. After practice, a post-event party will take place at (location).
“These kinds of events are unique experiences that make it special to be part of our organization,” said Soul head coach Doug Plank.  “It is an exciting opportunity for the people of to get a look at this team like they have never seen them before and the people of Collingswood have been great supporters of our team.”
The Soul will be getting ready for their third home game of the season, presented by 1-800-LundyLaw.
Great seats are still available.  Call the Soul at 888-789-SOUL or go to

Monday, April 16, 2012

Philadelphia Soul to Host Kareer Kickoff

The Philadelphia Soul, Job Circle and PHL17 will host Kareer Kickoff, a job fair event, on Friday, April 20 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., before the Soul face the Tampa Bay Storm. The event includes career seminars, free resume critiques, over 50 hiring companies and 3,000 job seekers.
“This is a great opportunity for both jobseekers and hiring companies in the Philadelphia area,” said Soul COO/VP John Adams. “With a wide variety of hiring companies in attendance, we hope to provide jobseekers with plenty of opportunities for employment.  At the very least, they will walk away with a solid resume critiqued by a professional and hopefully a new confidence in their search.”
Jobseekers can attend the job fair at no cost, including free resume critique plus resume scanning and online distribution. There are also VIP packages available for purchase, which include exclusive access to the job fair plus networking events and tickets to the game.
Following the Job Fair, the Soul will host the Tampa Bay Storm at 8pm in the AFL Game of the Week which will be broadcast on the NFL Network.  The Soul is a league best 4-1 and are at the top of the American Conference.  Tickets for the game are available at 888-789-SOUL or at PhiladelphiaSoul.Com.
For more information and to pre-register for the event, visit

Thursday, April 12, 2012

New Business Leaders Named for Canton Charge and Cleveland Gladiators

Alan Mowrey is joining the NBA D-League Canton Charge as the new Senior Vice President (SVP) and Chief Operating Officer (COO), taking over the position from Scott Woodruff who returns to Cleveland to become SVP and COO of the AFL Cleveland Gladiators. The announcement was made today by the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization's Executive Vice President, Kerry Bubolz.
The Charge and Gladiators are both exclusively operated by the Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization and owned by a group led by Cavaliers majority owner and Quicken Loans Founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert. The Charge were acquired in July 2011 and the Gladiators were recently acquired this past January. The group also owns and operates the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League, the official AHL affiliate of the National Hockey League's Colorado Avalanche.
As SVP and COO, Mowrey will oversee all business operations of the Charge. Mowery comes to the Charge with an extensive and accomplished business strategy and management background in the NBA. He directed a diverse collection of sales and service areas with the Indiana Pacers and Los Angeles Clippers and his efforts resulted in both franchises being recognized to be among league leaders in the NBA's annual Sales and Marketing Awards program.
Mowrey joins the Charge just as they have played their way into the 2012 NBA Development League Playoffs presented by BBVA, with the first game of their first round series against the Springfield Armor this Friday night, April 13th at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Tickets, starting at just $8, are on sale now at, Ticketmaster outlets or by calling 866-444-1944.
In his new position as the Gladiators SVP and COO, Woodruff will oversee all business operations of the team and returns to his pro sports roots. Before joining the Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization and family of teams in 2009, he served as the General Manager of the AFL's Grand Rapids Rampage for three years, and was Executive Director of Business Development with the AFL's Chicago Rush prior to that.
Woodruff has led the business side of the Charge to a very successful launch and inaugural season, and the franchise has quickly become one of the most successful operations in the NBA Development League, both on the court and off.
He now takes the business reigns of the AFL's defending American Conference Eastern Division Champion Gladiators as the team has gotten off to a great 3-1 start to their 2012 season.


Lingerie Football League, LLC. Chairman and Commissioner Mitchell S. Mortaza today released the following statement on the future plans of LFL Football in the United States.
“Since premiering in 2009, LFL United States has drawn incredible success which has included sell-out crowds, aggressive franchise expansion and record television ratings, all of which leading to being called the fastest- growing sports league in the U.S. as per Businessweek. Despite this success, we feel that our U.S. franchise can reach greater heights with a shift of our regular season schedule from a fall and winter format to spring and summer schedule.
Thus in 2012, we have officially moved, not suspended the LFL U.S. season to April 2013. This move in schedule enables our LFL US teams extra preparation which ultimately will greatly improve the product on the field in 2013.
Our shift in schedule has also enabled us to kickoff the Lingerie Football League’s international growth and strategy to include the premiere of LFL Canada (Fall 2012) and LFL Australia (Summer 2013).
The focus now is to not only be the ‘fastest growing sports league in the US’ but globally.” – Mitchell S. Mortaza, LFL Chairman and Commissioner.

Brentson Buckner Becomes First Official Head Coach of the Charlotte Speed

The Charlotte Speed is pleased to announce Brentson A. Buckner as the first official head coach of the Charlotte-based professional indoor football organization, starting games in 2013.
Bucker was the 50th overall NFL draft pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1994. In his three years with the Steelers, Bucker started in two AFC Championship games as well as Super Bowl XXX. He was a key member of the BLITZBURGH DEFENSE that also featured Greg Lloyd, Kevin Green, Levon Kirkland, Chad Brown, and future NFL Hall of Fame member, Rod Woodson.
In 1997, Buckner spent one year in Cincinnati for Hall of Fame member, Dick LeBeau. He spent the years of 1998 through 2000 playing for the San Francisco 49ers. Buckner’s teammates were Jerry Rice and Steve Young, both Hall of Fame members, as well as Charles Haley, Terrell Owens, Bryant Young, Ken Norton Jr. and current Carolina Panthers coach, Ray Brown.
In 2001, Buckner joined the Carolina Panthers as a free agent. After a 1-15 season in 2011, Buckner alongside teammates Julius Peppers, Kris Jenkins, Mike Rucker, AL Wallace and Shane Burton, formed one of the best defensive lines in NFL History. They were the foundation of the Panthers’ run to Super Bowl XXXVIII. Buckner was also the team Captain of the 2003 Panthers team that reached Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Buckner’s last game in the NFL was the 2005 NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks. He then retired, bringing an end to an impressive 12-year career.
“Brentson Bucker was a natural choice for the job and we feel honored to have him opn board for this new and exciting endeavor. Brentson brings keen football intellect to the table and can get the job done. Other than a long an notable career, Brentson has an impressive resume and natural ability regarding coaching. Brentson is also a Charlotte resident and family man. He is the ideal package and we couldn’t be more enthused”, said Charlotte Speed General Manager Mo Collins.

VooDoo Meet Talons on NET10 NFL Network Game of the Week

The New Orleans VooDoo (2-2) will make the trek to take on the San Antonio Talons (2-2) on Friday for the NET10 NFL Network Game of the Week. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. for the nationally televised game.
The VooDoo is currently riding a two-game winning streak, marking the first time since 2008 that the team has strung together back-to-back wins. The team is also fresh off of ending “The Graveyard Curse” with a 66-47 victory at home against division rival Tampa Bay Storm.
The Graveyard Curse is the nickname given to the franchise’s 12-game home losing streak that dated back to 2008 – the second longest home drought in AFL history to the Carolina Cobras 16-game home losing streak over the course of three seasons (2002, 2003 and 2004)
“It was great to get that home win for our fans last week,” said VooDoo Head Coach Pat O’Hara. “The team feed off of the fans energy, and it got loud in The Graveyard. We thank our fans for their support, and we are going to need them the rest of the way.”
In the win, the VooDoo were aided by two 26-point quarters that included a shutout second quarter. The VooDoo defense recorded four turnovers in the win, with none bigger than Jeremy Kellem’s interception that he returned 39-yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Kellem, who leads the VooDoo with 28.5 total tackles, was honored by the AFL this week for his interception return touchdown as the Spalding Highlight of the Week.
“Our defense is playing at a high-level right now, and our offense has done a good job not turning over the ball,” said O’Hara. “We will have arguably our toughest test yet this weekend when we go to play Aaron Garcia and San Antonio.”
Aaron Garica  led Jacksonville to an ArenaBowl XXIV to a championship last season, and has guided the Talons this season with 1,244 yards passing and 27 touchdowns. Garcia comes into the game having thrown for over 50,000 yards and 1,000 touchdowns – both AFL records – in his 18-year AFL career.
Garcia’s 1,000th career touchdown pass came in the team’s most recent game against the San Jose Sabercats when he connected with Robert Quiroga on a 47-yard pass in the first quarter.
“They are good; there is no question about that,” said O’Hara about San Antonio. “I have a lot of respect for their team, and no that it is going to take another strong showing from our team on national television.”
The VooDoo counters with quarterback Kurt Rocco who is currently the League’s No. 1 passer, averaging 333.8 yards/game. Rocco, who is in his second year in the AFL, has a host of receivers at his disposal with L.J. Castile leading the pack for the VooDoo with 26 receptions for 315 yards and 7 touchdowns. Castile is coming off of his first 100-yard receiving game of his AFL career.
As a team, the VooDoo ranks second in pass offense (321.2 yards/game), third in total offense (338.5 yards/game) and fourth in pass efficiency (124.6). The team is also first in the AFL in turnover margin (+9).
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. in the Alamodome on Friday night.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012


LFL Founder and Commissioner Mitchell Mortaza, flanked by Los Angeles Temptation star Chloe Butler and Tampa Breeze stand-out Adrian Purnell, today officially introduced LFL Football, ‘Down Under’, as the league arrives on Australia’s Gold Coast to play two highly-anticipated exhibition games this June.

The historical premiere of LFL Football in Australia will take place on June 2, 7:30 p.m. kickoff, at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. An announcement regarding the second game in Sydney is expected today.

The LFL All-Fantasy Game Tour will feature 32 of the most athletic and beautiful women across the league as the Western Conference battles the Eastern Conference in what promises to to be an intense battle for global supremacy. The exhibition games come on the heels of wildly successful All-Fantasy Games in Canada (2011) and Mexico (2010).

During the wide-ranging press conference, Mortaza remarked, “I don’t know if there’s greater excitement to the ladies back in the ‘States [than] the thought of coming to play in Australia. They’re on cloud nine right now.”

LFL Football has developed one of its largest international fan bases in Australia, having been broadcast on Fuel TV since the league’s inception in 2009.

Tickets for the Brisbane event will go on sale, April 13. For more information on the Australia LFL All-Fantasy Tour, visit

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Predators Add Ben Bennett to Coaching Staff

Orlando Predators Head Coach Bret Munsey announced the addition of Ben Bennett to the coaching staff, replacing Rob Keefe as the team's Offensive Coordinator.
Recently named one of the 25 Greatest Players in Arena Football History and a member of the AFL Hall of Fame, Bennett played QB for the Orlando Predators throughout the early 90s, during which he twice earned First Team All Arena Honors and took the team to two ArenaBowls.
Prior to his professional career, Bennett played under Steve Spurrier for the Duke University Blue Devils, where he finished his college career as the top passer in NCAA Division I-A history.
Since retiring from the Arena League in 1997, Bennett has served as a coach in both the af2 and AFL, most recently as Offensive Coordinator for the New Orleans VooDoo.
"It is great to have Ben back with the Predators," says Munsey. "Throughout his college and Arena Football career, he has proven that he knows what it takes to be a winner."
Orlando's Arena Football League franchise since 1991, the Orlando Predators are entering their 21st year in the AFL. In that time, the Predators have advanced to the AFL Playoffs a league-leading 19 consecutive seasons and appeared in the Arena Bowl seven times, winning AFL Championships in 1998 and 2000.

Barnstormers Launch "Fandemonium" Contest

In conjunction with the season-long celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Arena Football League and their "Year of the Fan" promotion, the Iowa Barnstormers announced details today regarding the launch of their "Fandemonium" Contest. Over the course of the next two months, 25 lucky winners will be selected to run out onto the field during team introductions with a Barnstormers player or coach during Iowa's June 1st home game against the Cleveland Gladiators. The game will be nationally televised on the NFL Network. The contest is open to Barnstormers fans of all ages and there are several different ways to enter to win including:
-Watch for the Barnstormers e-mail blast next Monday announcing our 4th annual Military night. Forward the Military Night packages to 10 of your friends / business associates and copy us at
-Post a picture on Facebook and tag the Iowa Barnstormers Fan Page showing us why you are the ultimate Barnstormers fan.
-Send us an email to between now and May 25, telling us in 100 words or less why you should be a winner in our Fandemonium Contest.
-Sign up to win at Over Time Neighborhood Hub Sports and Grub each Tuesday night from 6:00-7:00pm during the "Barnstormers Weekly" radio show. One lucky winner will be selected at the May 29th radio show.
-Sign up to win at each of the Barnstormers road game watch parties at Bennigan's. One lucky winner will be selected at halftime of the May 19th Barnstormers vs. Jacksonville watch party.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Blaze Launches Stay Active, Stay Strong Program

In an effort to encourage the community's youth to stay in shape through daily exercise, the Utah Blaze have launched the "Stay Active, Stay Strong" program. The program kicked off this week with Blaze players and mascot Torch visiting several elementary schools around the Salt Lake City area.
"Visiting the schools was a great opportunity to interact with the community and have a positive influence on our youth," said Blaze defensive back David Hyland. "I really enjoy seeing the smiles on the children's faces and it's a very rewarding experience. I hope that they enjoy it as much as I do."
The program focuses on children using daily play activities as a form of exercise. Rather than stay inside playing video games or watching television, kids are encouraged to keep themselves in better health by having fun with physically engaging activities, such as playing tag, riding bikes, or playing sports. For their efforts, participating students are rewarded at the end of the program.
Here's how the program works: 1. Each student is given a "Stay Active, Stay Strong" chart that allows them to track their daily activities for one month. 2. Students participate in the program by filling out the chart for 30 days. 3. At the end of the 30 days, the student brings the completed chart to the EnergySolutions Arena box off on a Utah Blaze game night and redeems it for a FREE ticket!
"Stay Active, Stay Strong is a great way to remind and encourage our youth to participate in daily physical activities," said Hyland. "By providing the incentive of tickets to a Utah Blaze game as reward for participation, children have more reasons than ever to live healthy lifestyles."
The program will run throughout the remainder of the 2012 Utah Blaze season. If you would like your elementary school to participate in "Stay Active, Stay Strong," visit and fill out the contact form, or send an email to

Thursday, April 5, 2012

VooDoo and Tampa Bay Storm Battle on Net 10 NFL Network Game of the Week Friday

The New Orleans VooDoo (1-2) will host the Tampa Bay Storm (2-1) this Friday, April 6, in the Graveyard at 7:00 p.m., as they look to build on to end the curse in The Graveyard. The game will be televised nationally by NFL Network as the NET 10 Game of the Week.
The VooDoo collected their first victory of the season on Saturday, as they defeated the Utah Blaze on the road, 72-57. Kurt Rocco set new career and franchise records with his 373 yards passing and 9 touchdowns. Rocco has now passed for over 300 yards in all three games this season.
Greg Ellingson's breakout season continued, as he hauled in 11 catches for 167 yards and four touchdowns - all new career marks.
"Last week was a good win and confidence builder for our team," said O'Hara. "Our opponent this week (Tampa Bay) is another really good and disciplined team. It is also a rivalry game and will be on NFL Network, which makes the stakes even higher."
The VooDoo trailed 44-40 midway through the 3rd quarter when an 8-yard touchdown pass from Rocco to Ellingson put the team up for good. The Blaze cut the lead to 60-57 early in the fourth quarter, but Utah's final three drives ended with VooDoo interceptions.
In all, the VooDoo turned the Blaze over 7 times, with 5 interceptions and 2 lost fumbles. Linebacker Alvin Ray Jackson hauled in 3 of those errant passes, and was subsequently named the Riddell Defensive Player of the Week, the League office announced on Tuesday.
As the VooDoo return home this Friday looking to end a 12-game home losing streak, Rocco, Ellingson and the New Orleans aerial attack will have their work cut out for them, as the Storm come to New Orleans boasting the league's fourth best pass defense, allowing an average of just 244 yards passing per game.
The VooDoo counters the Storm with the league's top-ranked offense and second ranked passing attack. All eyes will certainly be glued to the field when Tampa's defense attempts to slow the VooDoo offense, which has steadily improved each week.
"We have steadily gotten better, but we are not where we need to be," added O'Hara. "Our team has prepped all week knowing that Tampa Bay is a tough divisional opponent, and we are going to need another strong performance from our team."

ArenaBowl XXV - Welcome to New Orleans

By A.W. Herndon
The BCS National Championship game may not have provided New Orleans football fans with the high-octane offenses they’ve grown accustom to seeing, but they will not have to wait until next season for a championship shootout in the Bayou. ArenaBowl XXV is coming to the city on August 10, 2012, and that means touchdowns in Nola will be as common as crawfish.
ArenaBowl will join the Allstate Sugar Bowl, BCS National Championship game and the 2012 NCAA Final Four as part of a sports-packed calendar year for the city, with the Super Bowl coming in 2013.
For New Orleans resident and owner of the AFL’s New Orleans Voodoo Dan Newman, it is no shock that major sports events flock to the city.
“(New Orleans) is a destination because of the culture, food and the wonderful people,” he said. “People build themselves around entertaining here and it shows.”
According to Newman, it’s attractive for leagues such as the AFL because the city is a “football town” that consistently rallies behind its teams. He points to 2007 and 2008, the last time the ArenaBowl was held in New Orleans as proof of the cities dedication to football. Both games were sellouts.
“Louisiana is a football Mecca,” Newman said.
This season the AFL is returning to hosting its championship game on a neutral site, its first time since 2008. In last season’s championship, the Jacksonville Sharks beat the Arizona Rattlers on their home field, which was given to them due to seeding.
“The last time we held the ArenaBowl at a neutral-site, New Orleans proved themselves as great hosts,” AFL Commissioner Jerry Kurz said. “The entertainment and atmosphere was electric and we cannot wait to accomplish even more this season.”
Newman and Kurz agreed that this year’s ArenaBowl is slightly different, however. It’s more than a football game. It will be the celebration of a historic AFL season.
“This is our Silver Anniversary of the AFL, and through a variety of events we want to culminate the season with a bang,” Kurz said. “We have a week-long schedule of events planned that will be a great experience for everyone who attends.”
Newman said the events – including a golf tournament, major concert and Silver Anniversary Gala – will be just a prelude to the main attraction, the big game.
“I expect nothing less (of what we did in ’07 and’08),” he said. “We’ve already sold a bunch of tickets, and as the season begins the excitement around ArenaBowl will grow even more.
That’s good news for everyone, but especially for the New Orleans football fans.
Kentucky was crowned champion last week. LSU was anointed earlier. And in August, it’ll be the ArenaBowl’s turn.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Gladiators Players Participate in Cleveland Cavaliers and NBA Green Week

As part of NBA GREEN WEEK, The Cleveland Cavaliers and Cleveland Gladiators are ready to spring into action for the third annual 2012 Cavaliers GREEN WEEK presented by Republic Services April 4th through April 11th.
On April 5th, Cavs team members, along with Gladiators players Robert Redd, Levy Brown and Nyere Aumaitre (Nye-air-E - O-may-tree) will dig, plant and paint alongside the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities to help beautify local urban farms. These farming sites are part of a developing agriculture employment program, through the Board, designed to provide work opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.
"We are increasingly dedicated to raising our eco-awareness and doing what it takes to make our operations more environmentally friendly," says Cavs Executive Vice President and COO Kerry Bubolz. "NBA Green Week is the perfect opportunity to share with fans the great things we do to be sustainable at The Q and how they can adopt positive eco-habits into their daily lives as well."
The Cleveland Gladiators are part of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization and also owned by a group led by Cavaliers Majority Owner and Quicken Loans Founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert. The group also owns and operates the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League playing at Quicken Loans Arena and the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League playing in nearby Canton, Ohio at the Canton Civic Center.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Aaron Glenn, Former NFL Cornerback Announced As Houston Stallions' New GM

The Houston Stallions indoor football team last week announced former Houston Texan and 3-time NFL pro-bowler, Aaron Glenn as its new General Manager.
Aaron Glenn is a local icon in professional football - from a Houston area superstar at Nimitz High School in the early 90's and a college standout at Texas A M University, Glenn went as a first round draft pick to the National Football League, (NFL) in 1994. This native Houstonian completed a fifteen-year career in the NFL, playing for the New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans. Among Glenn's many accomplishments in professional football, he was selected to play in the NFL's prestigious Pro-Bowl three times and is today a member of the Texans Legends "" recognized as one of the greatest players ever to play for our Houston Texans.
"I see a ton of potential in this team and I look forward to taking the Stallions to the next level," said Glenn. "We have an exceptional group of players and the atmosphere is one of the most exciting experiences I've witnessed in football "" it's an opportunity for football fans to get up-close and personal to hard-nosed football action, mixed with a fun and entertaining environment for the whole family," Glenn concluded.
This change in management graces the Stallions less than two weeks prior to the 2012 Season Opening. The Stallions are set to kick-off their game schedule in the Lone Star Football League (LSFL) on April 7, 2012 at the Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.
"We couldn't be more excited about the new direction of our team. Aaron Glenn will be a tremendous asset to the Houston Stallions "" his knowledge, we believe will be monumental to the success of our organization and to the experience that we provide to our fans," said Joe Kramer, Owner of the Houston Stallions.
Houston Stallions game schedule and ticket sales are available at