Soul trailed by one, 56-55 with 35 seconds left when their defense forced Baltimore quarterback Shane Carden to fumble. Former Temple standout defensive end Sean Daniels ran it in for a 39-yard touchdown with 0:33 seconds left in the game. Failed two-point conversion attempt left the Soul in the lead 61-56. The Brigade is turned the ball over on downs with eight seconds left. Soul win 61-56.
The Soul open their 2017 home schedule at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday night April 29 (7:00 p.m.) against the Baltimore Brigade just as the NFL will be ending its three-day draft extravaganza on the other end of town.
While the NFL is busting out in a very direction in popularity, the Arena Football League is doing its best to climb the mountain once again and be a relevant football league at the minor league level.
After years of decline, the league appears to have a solid strategy going into 2017.
Former Eagles Quarterback Donovan McNabb and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will be making an appearance.
Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson is caught between a rock and a hard place with regards to tackle Lane Johnson.
The 6-foot-6, 317-pounder signed a five-year contract this offseason, that according to spotrac.com, was worth a total of $56,260,000.00 with $35,500.000.00 of it guaranteed. That was until Johnson failed a second test for PEDs just as training camp opened.
He tested positive for a banned substance but his suspension is not official until the results of a second urine sample come through. Those results have still not been announced by the NFL.
Mayor Kenney Declares Wednesday “Philadelphia Soul World Champions Day”
The Philadelphia Soul is pleased to announce that there will be a championship celebration rally at the City Hall Courtyard at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, August 31. Following the rally, which is expected to last 45 minutes, the team will head to Chickie’s and Pete’s in South Philly to continue the celebration.
Philadelphia Advances to American Conference Championship on August 14 ALLENTOWN— The Philadelphia Soul (14-3, 1-0) defeated the Tampa Bay Storm (2-15, 0-1), with the score 63-41 in front of 5,540 fans at the PPL Center in Allentown, PA on Sunday night. With this victory, the Soul have moved on to the American Conference Championship game. […]
The Philadelphia Soul (5-1) won their third game at home, 47-17 against the Tampa Bay Storm (0-5) in front of 8,172 fans at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA on Monday night.
Soul WR Shaun Kauleinamoku led the team with nine receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns. Soul WR Ryan McDaniel added nine receptions for 99 yards and one touchdown. Tampa Bay WR and Phillip Barnett had two receptions for 22 yards and two touchdowns.
Soul WR Darius Reynolds led the team with 10 receptions for 134 yards and three touchdowns. WR Shaun Kauleinamoku added six receptions for 97 yards and three touchdowns. KISS WR and J. Lewis SmallPlaymaker of the Game, Donovan Morgan led his team with seven receptions for 106 yards and three touchdowns.
The roster heading into the 2016 season looks very similar to the roster from last season, with many of the same players filling prominent roles. However, in order to get over the hump and into the ArenaBowl, the team knew it needed to add depth at a few positions to stay at the top of its game throughout a grueling 16 game schedule.
PHILADELPHIA- The Philadelphia Soul have been fortunate to be coached by some top-level talent over the past ten seasons. One coach, however, has brought home an ArenaBowl championship. Bret Munsey coached the Soul from 2006-08 and was responsible for coaching the 2008 team that defeated the San Jose SaberCats in ArenaBowl XXII. Munsey is now playing a critical role in a 2016 NFL Playoffs, as his team prepares for another World Championship.
The Philadelphia Eagles shocked the NFL world tonight with the announcement that owner Jeffrey Lurie fired Head Coach/Player Personnel Director Chip Kelly with one game left in a highly disappointing season that ends Sunday at the Meadowlands against the Giants.
Questionable personnel moves, multiple complaints about Kelly’s disconnection with players and a series of humiliating losses this season have all led to the Eagles 6-9 record.
Losing to the Washington Redskins at home last week…a loss that eliminated the Eagles from the playoffs…and watching the Redskins celebrate their NFC East title in his stadium may have been the last straw.
National Media has already tabbed former Eagles Defensive Coordinator and current Carolina Panthers Defensive Coordinator Sean McDermott is the early front runner for the job.