Talk about a successful first season! The Nashville Venom entered the Professional Indoor Football League in 2014, compiled the league’s best record, advanced to the championship game, and now will host the PIFL championship on Saturday night against Lehigh Valley. Same goes for the Venom’s dance team, the Snake Charmers. They are instantly successful with [...]
Over at the Professional Indoor Football League, Georgia Fire wide receiver Johnny Lester went head-over-heels over a wall for an incredible touchdown catch. Such a thing is evidently possible in the PIFL, but rare enough to get a pretty strong reaction from the fans. It was also spectacular enough to catch the attention of ESPN, […]
Johnny Lester of the Professional Indoor Football League's Georgia Fire had an outstanding touchdown catch on a deep route Friday night. Indoor football rules apparently don't require feet in the end zone. Read more...
By Maggi Stivers The Bemidji Pioneer March 16, 2014 When the idea of the Axemen first came to Bemidji, not many people knew a dance team would become part of the Indoor Football League franchise. Cassandra Schram and Kristi Reid were two such people, but now they are the coaches of the first-year dance team, [...]
Jennifer Welter was tackled for a one-yard loss on her first carry as a running back for the Texas Revolution on Saturday, but she had still made history: The Revolution play in the Indoor Football League, and Welter is believed to be the first woman to play a position other than kicker or holder in…
Jennifer Welter, the first female to play running back in a men's professional football league, got walloped by men twice her size in a preseason game on Saturday in the Indoor Football League. According to Fox Sports, the 36-year-old...Show More Summary
Back in January, the Texas Revolution of the Indoor Football League signed a new running back to a try out, which normally would not be news. However, in this case it was news, because that running back was a 5’2?, 130-pound woman named Jennifer Welter. And obviously, if she actually made the team, she’d make […]
On Sunday in a game in the Continental Indoor Football League, former Giants QB Jared Lorenzen was injured while scrambling to his left and had to be carried from the field by four people.
Twillie Cottingham, the new Director of the Alabama Hammer Girls (the dance team for Huntsville’s Alabama Hammers, the defending 2013 Professional Indoor Football League Champions) sends information about their upcoming auditions: -The...Show More Summary
Audition for the newest dance team in town! The Nashville Venom will play their first season in the Professional Indoor Football League this spring, and they’re looking for talented ladies to join their dance team, the Snake Charmers. The team is under the direction of alumni Tennessee Titans cheerleader Sissy Brown. Not sure if this [...]
Americans seem to have a thirst for more pro football than what we currently get from the NFL. But apart from the indoor oddity known as the Arena Football League, which seems to inconspicuously tread water in the distant background of the sports landscape, no viable supplement to the NFL has emerged. The UFL (which…
Tim Tebow has another job offer on the table. Having seemingly turned down the chance to work for the Omaha Beef of the Indoor Football League and also for the Lingerie League, Tebow could now sign a contract with the Arena League'sShow More Summary
Former New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow was offered a contract Tuesday by the Omaha Beef of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League.
Tim Tebow will not be heading to the Miami Dolphins. The former Jets QB is currently looking for a job (he’s been offered positions in the lingerie football league and an indoor football league) and a recent rumor pointed in the direction of the Miami Dolphins. A team source denied the rumor saying that the [...]Show More Summary
Redemption. After failing to be signed by an NFL team in 2011, after embarrassingly playing for and being cut by the Indoor Football League's Allen Wranglers, Terrell Owens will get exactly that with the Seattle Seahawks this season....Show More Summary
We at Deadspin cover a lot of ramshackle football leagues—the Arena, Indoor, and United States leagues come to mind—but none of them seems as ramshackle as the Lingerie Football League. This outfit has 12 teams playing seven-on-seven in small venues throughout this great land. Show More Summary
Terrell Owens is back in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks signed the 38-year-old to a 1-year contract worth $1 million dollars, according to ESPN. Owens hasn't played in the NFL since an unsuccessful stint with the Cincinnati...Show More Summary
Terrell Owens is back, this time on the Seattle Seahawks. After one-year stints with the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills, and most recently a short stint with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, T.O. is back where he belongs: the NFL. Show More Summary
Remember the Indoor Football League? A few weeks ago, we told you about the Omaha Beef and how they wouldn't be taking part in the playoffs because their owners didn't feel like paying to send the team to South Dakota to play. Then we...Show More Summary
What with Terrell Owens being recently cut from the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League (he's not even good enough anymore to play for a minor league team!) as well as recent revelations of possible pending jail time (via SI) due to issues involving child support, it's fair to say that T.O.'s time as an NFL wide receiver has come to an end. Show More Summary