1987 Arena Football League


The 1987 season was the Arena Football League's 1st, and 4 teams competed in the league that year. The Denver Dynamite won the 1987 Arena League championship.

1987 Arena Football League Standings
1987 Arena Football League League Leaders

Chicago Bruisers (2-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Denver Dynamite (4-2) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Pittsburgh Gladiators (4-2) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Washington Commandos (2-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


Marker indicates city location, not venue address.


1987 Award Winners


Russell Hairston - Most Valuable Player
Tim Marcum (Denver) - Coach of the Year
Billy Stone - Ironman of the Year

1987 All-Pros



All-Arena
Chris Brewer First-Team
Dwayne Dixon First-Team
Russell Hairston First-Team
Rich Ingold First-Team
Brent Johnson First-Team
Nick Mike-Mayer First-Team
Gary Mullen First-Team
Jon Roehlk First-Team
Billy Stone First-Team
Craig Walls First-Team
Patrick Cain Second-Team
Dale Castro Second-Team
Walter Holman Second-Team
Kelly Kirchbaum Second-Team
Reggie Smith Second-Team
Mike Stoops Second-Team
Durell Taylor Second-Team
Lenny Taylor Second-Team
Whit Taylor Second-Team
Mike Witteck Second-Team

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