2004 Arena Football League


The 2004 season was the Arena Football League's 18th, and 19 teams competed in the league that year. The San Jose SaberCats won the 2004 championship.

2004 Arena Football League Standings
2004 Arena Football League League Leaders

Arizona Rattlers (11-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Austin Wranglers (8-8) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Carolina Cobras (6-10) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Chicago Rush (11-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Colorado Crush (11-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Columbus Destroyers (6-10) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Dallas Desperados (6-10) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Detroit Fury (5-11) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Georgia Force (7-9) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Grand Rapids Rampage (1-15) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Indiana Firebirds (8-8) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Las Vegas Gladiators (8-8) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Los Angeles Avengers (9-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New Orleans VooDoo (11-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New York Dragons (9-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Orlando Predators (10-6) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Philadelphia Soul (5-11) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
San Jose SaberCats (11-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Tampa Bay Storm (9-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


Marker indicates city location, not venue address.


2004 Award Winners


Mike Neu (New Orleans) - Coach of the Year
Marcus Nash - Offensive Player of the Year
Kenny McEntyre - Defensive Player of the Year
Cory Fleming - Ironman of the Year
Adrian McPherson - Rookie of the Year
Jay Taylor - Kicker of the Year
John Moyer - Lineman of the Year
Chicago Rush ( ) - Commissioner's Award
NBC ( ) - Founders Award
Rita LaBlanc (New Orleans) - Executive of the Year
Jerry Trice ( ) - Officials' Man of the Year
Georgia Force ( ) - Support Staff of the Year

2004 All-Pros



All-Arena
Tom Briggs First-Team
Dan Curran First-Team
Cory Fleming First-Team
Tony Graziani First-Team
Bryan Henderson First-Team
Kevin Ingram First-Team
Kenny McEntyre First-Team
John Moyer First-Team
Marcus Nash First-Team
Omarr Smith First-Team
Jay Taylor First-Team
Rashad Floyd Second-Team
Kevin Gaines Second-Team
Rupert Grant Second-Team
Mark Grieb Second-Team
Remy Hamilton Second-Team
Damian Harrell Second-Team
Tim Martin Second-Team
Will Pettis Second-Team
Lawrence Samuels Second-Team
Jermaine Smith Second-Team
Nyle Wiren Second-Team

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