Off-season changes should make the Connecticut Ravens better in 2017

The Connecticut Ravens, based out of Hamden, recently finished a decent 6-5 season in Minor League Football, but are now in the process of making some key off-season moves that should set them up for a better season in 2017. “I took on a new partner,” Ravens owner Todd Kennedy...

The No. 17 Metro Eagles have national goals for 2017

It took two full seasons to finally get rolling, but after a 10-2 finish in 2016, the Metro Eagles of Jonesboro, Ga., are currently ranked No. 17 in the country and are poised for success on the road ahead. “Our first two years combined, we went 0-16,” Eagles head coach Eric...

The West Texas Pride look to be even stronger in 2017

In their inaugural season earlier this year, the West Texas Pride posted an impressive 10-2 record and reached the Rio Grande Football League Championship Game, where they fell 47-21 to the Sun City Reapers to finish second in the league. Now, with a solid first year under their...

Las Cruces Kings back in action after three weeks off

It’s been three weeks since the Rio Grande Football League defending champion Las Cruces Kings have taken the field, but don’t expect them to come out flat Saturday night against the New Mexico Rush in the first ever meeting between the two teams. “The mood around the te...

Albany Metro Mallers look to defend WFF title

In 2015, the Albany Metro Mallers finished with a 14-1 record, a World Football Federation Championship and a No. 3 national ranking. Later this year, they look to surpass that. “We want to win the league, then the Harvest Bowl, then the national championship,” Metro Mallers...

Colorado Greyhawks looking for CFC three-peat

Some spring developmental football leagues have already passed the half-way point of the 2016 season, while still others have yet to kick off. The Colorado Football Conference will kick off in May when the weather hopefully improves as the Colorado Greyhawks are looking at a...

The undefeated West Texas Pride play for more than just football

The West Texas Pride traveled to Lubbock this past Saturday to take on the West Texas Outlaws and came out undefeated, with a 34-14 win over the region’s longest running team. The first-year team, which is now sitting at 5-0 in the Rio Grande Football League, does not take credit...

West Texas Outlaws raise money for muscular dystrophy research

In the developmental football world, it typically takes strong community involvement for a team to last more than a few seasons. For the West Texas Outlaws, their involvement in the community is a big part of the reason they are in their 14th season. Just this past Saturday, the...

Pacifica Islanders on track to have another successful season

With four league championships and two national championships under their belt since 2008, expectations are always high for the Pacifica Islanders and 2016 is no different. The Pacific Coast Football League is already two weeks underway and to no surprise the Islanders are...

Albany Metro Mallers dynasty dates back to the 1960s

It takes a lot of work and many factors working together well in unison over a long period time just to have one successful football season, so to have consistent success for more than 50 years is simply incredible, especially at the developmental football level. That’s exactly...