2019 Washington Valor Roster

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 7-5
in the Arena League
Lost Semifinal
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 43,967, Avg. 7,328 in 6 home dates
2019 Washington Valor Statistics
2019 Washington Valor Results

The Washington Valor of the Arena Football League ended the 2019 season with a record of 7 wins and 5 losses, in the Arena League.

Washington netted 538 points, while the leaky defense allowed 552, most in the league. Arvell Nelson tossed for 2,980 yards. Jared Dangerfield snagged 70 balls, while Dezmon Epps added 788 receiving yards, while Josh Reese was targeted regularly, too.

Arvell Nelson ran for a team-leading 226 yards for the Valor.

Marrio Norman intercepted 3 opponent throws. Jimmy Gordon topped the defensive unit with 2 sacks. The 2019 Washington Valor lost in the Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
James AtoeOctober 1, 19916'7"375Washington
Phillip BarnettDecember 31, 19696'2"185Bethune-Cookman
Zack BullockFebruary 10, 19936'4"250South FloridaSebring, FL
Patrick ClarkeOctober 22, 19916'3"210Buffalo
JR CollinsFebruary 20, 19916'3"250Virginia Tech
Will CorbinDecember 8, 19906'6"315Appalachian StateDunn, NC
Jared DangerfieldWRAugust 9, 199281'3"205Western KentuckyWest Palm Beach, FL
Devonte DanzeyOLSeptember 3, 19926'3"315AuburnTampa, FL
Svante DavenportFebruary 15, 19906'1"185North Alabama
Oshay DunmoreDBMarch 16, 199481'3"205Southern OregonNewport, OR
Chris DuvaltWRDecember 12, 19875'10"175IllinoisLakeland, FL
Dezmon EppsAugust 21, 19925'9"180Idaho
Jerod EvansQBJanuary 10, 19946'3"230Virginia TechDallas, TX
Jimmy GordonAugust 1, 19916'2"275Buffalo
Jabari GormanMarch 22, 19925'11"185FloridaOps Locka, FL
Reggie GrayWR/DBApril 29, 19845'10"185Western IllinoisChicago, IL
Roderick HendersonOctober 29, 19926'1"360Alabama StateMontgomery, AL
Alvin JacksonWR/LBSeptember 27, 19806'1"200Albany State (GA)Sardis, MS
Jadar JohnsonJune 29, 19956'1"200Clemson
Leon MackeyFebruary 28, 19896'4"265Texas A&MWilmington, DE
Douglas McNeilJuly 20, 19886'3"200Bowie State (MD)
Arvell NelsonQBSeptember 27, 19886'5"225Texas SouthernCleveland, OH
Marrio NormanDBAugust 10, 19866'1"205Coastal CarolinaGreenwood, SC
Fred ObiSeptember 7, 19906'1"190San Diego
Anthony ParkerOLMarch 2, 19886'5"330Western MichiganMiami, FL
Josh ReeseJanuary 3, 19916'0"185Central Florida
Kendal ThompkinsSeptember 16, 19895'10"180Miami (FL)
Siosifa TufungaMay 14, 19936'3"315WashingtonLos Angeles, CA
Curtis YoungDL,DEJanuary 8, 19876'1"270CincinnatiCleveland, OH



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