Crescent City Kings are focused on President’s Cup

The Crescent City Kings are a six-year-old franchise with a 39-15 overall record. They’ve reached the playoffs four out of five years in contention and have played in two conference championships and one championship. That’s all good. Great, in fact. According to...

Even at No. 3, Gulf Coast Gators have target on their backs

Last year, the Gulf Coast Gators quickly introduced themselves to the Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League by putting together a 9-1 regular season and avenging that one loss in the first round of the playoffs before getting throttled by the eventual champion...

No. 4 Alabama Blackhawks approach is “more serious than ever”

The Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League kicks off its season this weekend and the Alabama Blackhawks come in ranked No. 4. “I don’t really get into the pre-season rankings, but we are honored to be considered as the No. 4 team, considering the great teams in the...

Georgia Kings to play in honor of fallen teammate

You don’t get far into a conversation about the Georgia Kings without Rico King coming up. In fact, King is in the team’s name. Playing out of Atlanta, Georgia, they were once known as the Ravens. The 2019 season for Georgia is all about Rico King, who was arguably...

The Tuskegee Ayrmen are locked and loaded

“It’s hard when you have a lot of talent, to make it work, but I feel like we can gel together and make something happen.” Tuskegee Ayrmen owner John Black recently told Developmental Football USA. The Ayrmen’s situation couldn’t be described any better, as the Amateur to...

The Southern Sports Network is raising the bar on live coverage

In an ever-changing world, it’s essential for organizations to adapt and evolve over time to maintain their competitive edge, continue to grow and carry out their vision. Several years ago, Chris Dodson started the Majorly Minor Show, which was a video production covering this...

No. 7 P-Town Wreckaz could be much improved from one year ago

Representing Parrish, Alabama, the P-Town Wreckaz are prepared to improve off a 6-4 season from 2018 and make a run all the way to the top of the Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League. “We are looking a little bit better this year. We’ve added some new...

Georgia Cobras have their eyes on APDFL Championship

“My expectations for the 2019 season are as high as as they are every year. Winning has always been our mindset,” Antonio Ivey, owner of the Georgia Cobras, told Developmental Football USA in the lead-up to the 2019 Amateur to Professional Developmental Football...

East Alabama Predators will lean on defense in transition to APDFL

Mike Martin is the owner of the East Alabama Predators, who are looking to make a name for themselves this season in the Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League. Of course, the APDFL is a league chock-full of talent, and the Predators won’t have it easy this...

First-year South Alabama Dolphins have championship expectations

The South Alabama Dolphins have high expectations heading into this Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League season. In fact, according to owner Bubba Flood, even as a first year team, they’re wanting to make a big splash. “Honestly, I expect the trophy...