Charlotte Rage


Charlotte Rage
Charlotte Rage
Charlotte Rage
Year founded 1992
Year folded 1996
Prior names none
Divisional championships {{{divisional}}}
ArenaBowl championships none

The Charlotte Rage was a team in the Arena Football League.

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History

They competed in the 1992-1996 seasons. They played their home games at the Charlotte Coliseum, then also home of the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association.

The team made the playoffs in 1993 and 1994, losing both times to the Arizona Rattlers in the first round.

Their logo consisted of an enraged bull which was both snorting fire and surrounded by it. The team was discontinued after the completion of the 1996 season.

Season-by-season

Notable players

  • Joe DeLamielleure, Offensive / Defensive Lineman Future NFL Hall-of-Fame OL
  • Stefan Adams, Wide Receiver/Defensive back 1994
  • Les Barley, Fullback/Linebacker 1992-1993; 1996
  • Frank Bianchini, Wide Receiver/Defensive back 1992
  • Mike Black, Kicker 1993-1994
  • Dan Bradley, Quarterback 1993-1994
  • Anthony Howard, Wide Receiver/Linebacker 1994
  • Andy Kelly, Quarterback 1993; 1995-1996
  • Tony Kimbrough, Quarterback 1993-1994
  • Billy Owens, Wide Receiver/Linebacker 1995-1996
  • Danny Smith, Wide Receiver/Linebacker 1992-1994
  • Cliff Stoudt, Co-Owner / Announcer / Offencive Coordinator, 1992-95

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