Posts tagged: Spokane Shock
S-R photojournalist Jesse Tinsley covered the Shock's home game against the Orlando Predators on Saturday. Check out a big picture gallery of his photos.
S-R photojournalist Colin Mulvany covered the Shock opener against the Arizona Rattlers. Check out a big picture gallery of his photos.
Spokane Shock tickets are being offered to people who complete The Spokesman-Review weekly news quiz dated March 18.
Quarterback Kyle Rowley's time with the Spokane Shock is over. He has joined the Pittsburgh Power. Here is the AFL release.
Spokane added eight free agents, including 6-foot-6 wide receiver Aaron Fairooz and former University of Massachusetts quarterback Kyle Havens. Fairooz signed with the Shock in 2010 but spent the last two seasons with CFL Saskatchewan.
Monday was the first day AFL teams could sign free agents. More below on the Shock's newest additions.
Spokane Shock owner Brady Nelson has had the Midas touch with Arena Football in Spokane.
The Shock won the af2 championship in its first season in 2006, captured the ArenaCup title again in 2009 and won the Arena Football League title in 2010. All three titles were won with different head coaches.
Brady was named af2 Executive of the Year twice. The Shock continue to boast strong season ticket sales and consistently sell out the Spokane Arena. All that success has created high expectations in Spokane and the current tumultuous season has drawn critics. The team is in last place in its division with a 3-5 record, four games behind division-leading Arizona.
He sat down at the computer on Thursday and the fingers were flying. He tried to get to every question. Watch the replay to read all the responses.
Rob Keefe has had a huge impact on the Spokane Shock arena football team, as both a player and coach. Keefe was a fan favorite as a defensive back for the Shock in their debut season in 2006, a season that ended with the Shock capturing the league title. Keefe took over as head coach last season and led the Shock to the Arena Football League title.
This season has tested Keefe. The Shock lost their first three games, but recovered in a big way with a 61-34 win over Kansas City last Friday in the Arena.
With a bye this week, Keefe has agreed to take time from his schedule to answer questions from fans in a live chat Thursday at noon.
If you have questions about the Shock or coach Keefe, be sure to check in at spokesman.com/sportschat at noon on Thursday. Use the widget to the right to sign up for a reminder. You can submit a question in advance by sending it to email@example.com.
Here is a slide show with photos from Wednesday evening’s Spokane Shock championship celebration held outside the Spokane Arena.
Spokane Shock receiver Huey Whittaker, a former Tampa Bay Storm player, expected to see his former teammates in Friday’s ArenaBowl. Read more here.
Jerry Turner has worn a lot of different uniforms in his football career, but he never dreamed he’d don Spokane Shock blue and orange. Click here for more on Turner.
The Spokane Shock announced today that DL Ben McCombs and WR/KR Quorey Payne have been placed on injured reserve. The team also activated DB Rod Mosley from the IR and was placed on reassignment.
Antwan Marsh hasn’t played in a football game since 2006 and he’s never played in an official arena football game. If that’s not challenging enough, Marsh also faces the task of replacing Kevin McCullough, the former Shock ‘Jack’ linebacker who was traded to Oklahoma City last week, when Spokane takes on Orlando on Saturday night. Click here for the story.
Spokane announced Friday that it has released QB Casey Hansen. That leaves the team with three quarterbacks — Erik Meyer, Kyle Rowley and Chris Crane — entering training camp, which begins March 15th.
Adam Shackleford is out as head coach of the Spokane Shock and he will be replaced by former Shock standout Rob Keefe, The Spokesman-Review has learned.