Salt Lake Screaming Eagles letting fans vote on team signing Greg Hardy

In minor league indoor football, you do whatever you can to make news and get attention, which potentially leads to fans in the arena on gameday.

The Salt Lake Screaming Eagles are the poster child for this sort of things, being run as a “fan”chise where fans make all the decisions, including what uniforms the team will wear, and what plays the team will run during the game.

That fan power has now extended to what players they will sign, as the team apparently has reached a deal with serial domestic abuser Greg Hardy, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys.

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Minor league indoor football returns to Trenton, New Jersey

The National Arena League announced Monday afternoon that minor league indoor football will make its return to Trenton, New Jersey in 2018 with the expansion Jersey Flight.

The league made the announcement on its Facebook page, after kicking off its inaugural season this past weekend.

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National Arena League to stream games on YouTube

It’s a glorious year for fans of minor league indoor football as a second league has announced it will be broadcasting games for free on YouTube this season.

The National Arena League, a new league mainly in the east and southeast, announced Wednesday evening that they have partnered with the website to showcase almost every game in 2017, with the exception of one team.

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Peak minor league indoor football: New team in new league will play every game on the road

If there’s one thing we love to cover here at HOTSPROTSTAKES.com, it’s crappy teams in crappy leagues that only exist because someone had the money to start it up, and little money to do anything else.

Which brings us back to the Dayton Wolfpack of the National Arena League.

Last we heard, there was a chance they were going to fold without ever having played a game. The good news is, that isn’t the case. The bad news, football fans in Dayton will still never get to see them play. At least in 2017 Continue reading “Peak minor league indoor football: New team in new league will play every game on the road”

Peak minor league indoor football: New team reportedly folds before playing one game

Minor league indoor football is about a volatile as it gets when it comes not just franchise turnover, but league turnover as well.

And with that comes crazy stories, like a team joining a new league after their old one folded…then getting kicked out of the new league for not paying their dues.

Well today, we have a gem of a story out of Dayton, Ohio.

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Minor league indoor football news: Champions Indoor Football loses 2 teams, splits into 2 divisions (UPDATED)

Champions Indoor Football, the largest indoor football league in the country, has dropped two teams and will now play the 2017 season with 14 teams split up into two divisions.

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