The Power are just one week away from opening training camp, but the second-year Arena Football League team is still in the process of finalizing its preseason roster.
When the Pittsburgh Power line up against the Orlando Predators to begin their second season in the Arena Football League, they’ll have some extra company in the Amway Center (to say nothing of the home team’s notoriously passionate fans).
In this installment, we chat with one of the premier two-way players in the Arena Football League as he readies for his first season with the Power.
Thirty-five players will work out with the Arena Football League team, with as many as 24 being available for its Mar. 9 season opener.
A former “Fabulous 22” honoree and an ex-Pitt lineman have been assigned the Arena Football League team’s final preseason roster spots.
This marks the third time this year the Jets have signed a former Arena Football League player.
In our first edition of this new feature, we profile one of the Power’s midseason additions from 2011 who is getting set to play his first full Arena Football League season in Pittsburgh.
One of the Pittsburgh Power’s top players from their inaugural season is taking his act to Texas for 2012.
The Power now have 33 players officially under contract for 2012, according to the team.
Former Pitt QB Bill Stull will be reunited with one of his former targets as the Pittsburgh Power get ready for the new Arena Football League season.
A receiver whose brother played for the Steelers and a former PIAA superstar have been assigned to the Arena Football League’s Power.
We don’t yet know the name of the player currently being courted by the Pittsburgh Power, but we now know a couple things about his background…
Although a smaller crowd attender Sunday’s open tryout, rumor has it the Pittsburgh Power may have found at least one player who they feel can be a factor offensively.
The start times for all Pittsburgh Power games in 2012 have been announced, while multiple sources suggest the team will televise more games in its second AFL season.
A former Big East football star has joined the Pittsburgh Power, leaving the Arena Football League team with under ten roster spots to fill before training camp.