Arena Football League
Two members of Penn State’s 2008 Big Ten title team have joined the AFL, and after both tried out with the Power, one of them is coming to Pittsburgh.
A former NAIA star is coming to Pittsburgh, giving the Arena Football League’s Power yet another lineman to work out in training camp.
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) After announcing a second round of open tryouts would be held during the Pittsburgh Steelers’ bye week, the Pittsburgh Power quietly kept busy in the free agent market. Earlier this week […]
For the second time in as many months, the team will invite Arena Football League hopefuls to battle for remaining roster spots on the 2012 squad.
One of the top two-way players in the Arena Football League was assigned to the Pittsburgh Power Friday.
One of the Pittsburgh Power’s defensive stars from 2011 will begin the 2012 Arena Football League season by lining up against the Power.
The Power have added what they hope are two rising Arena Football League stars to their training camp roster…
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) Through the first half of the 2011 season, the Pittsburgh Power’s defense was one of the most effective in the Arena Football League, holding seven of their first nine opponents to […]
The Pittsburgh Power continued to add to their 2012 training camp roster, giving it a little more local flavor in the process…
One of the men who nearly won a spot on the Dallas Cowboys’ training camp roster two years ago is reportedly coming to Pittsburgh to play for the Power.
Multiple sources say a former Spokane Shock kicker has been assigned to the Pittsburgh Power, replacing Paul Edinger.
The 2012 Arena Football League schedule has been released, and the Pittsburgh Power’s 18-game slate features four appearances on NFL Network.
The Power have made the big splash in free agency fans had been hoping for, signing one of the most respected free-agent QB’s in the Arena Football League.
A couple of players stood out to Pittsburgh Power management during open tryouts over the weekend, so 93-7 The Fan offers its own take on the event…
A year ago at this time, Pittsburgh Power wide receiver and former Aliquippa standout Mike Washington was no different from any of the young men with numbers on the backs of their shirts who were trying to earn the right to play football professionally in this city.