Tag: James Fuller

Richmond Raiders add three to defensive secondary

The Richmond Raiders announced that they have signed two defensive backs from last season’s team which led the league in fewest passing yards and touchdowns allowed.

Richmond Raiders add to lines

The Richmond Raiders are making huge strides in putting together a winner for 2015, having added three veteran linemen for the upcoming season.

Richmond Raiders add three wide receivers to 2015 roster

One of the first moves the Richmond Raiders made this offseason was re-signing QB Phil Konopka. The team announced the addition of three targets for Konopka in coach James Fuller’s offense

Richmond Raiders indoor football roster taking shape for 2015

The Richmond Raiders have taken the first step toward putting together the squad that will begin play in the franchise’s sixth season of professional indoor football.

Work out for the Richmond Raiders and be part of the 2015 team

The Richmond Raiders professional indoor football team will hold open tryouts for the 2015 season on Saturday, October 18th at their brand new practice and training facility, Sports Reality.

Richmond Raiders Devin Jones named PIFL Rookie of the Year

Richmond Raiders defensive lineman Devin Jones (Mississippi State) is the 2014 Professional Indoor Football League Defensive Rookie of the Year, the league announced today. Jones led the league in sacks and was second in tackles for loss and anchored a Raiders’ front four that allowed a league-low 223 yards per game.

Four Richmond Raiders named to All-PIFL teams

Kicker T.C. Stevens and offensive lineman Kynneth Moses led four Richmond Raiders who were selected to the All-PIFL first and second teams, the league announced today.

Richmond Raiders douse Georgia Fire, 72-53

Richmond Raiders Head Coach James Fuller often calls his defense the fire department, relying on them to extinguish opponents’ momentum. On Sunday afternoon, they put out the Georgia Fire, registering six sacks and three turnovers, as the Raiders turned an early deficit into a runaway win, 72-53 in Rome, Georgia.

Former Richmond Raider Davon Morgan signs with NFL’s Eagles

Former Richmond Raider, Virginia Tech Hokie, and Richmond native Davon Morgan is one step closer to realizing his dream of playing in the NFL.

Richmond Raiders add veterans at quarterback, wideout

One of the most glaring statistics Richmond Raiders head coach James Fuller looked at during the team’s off-week was the offense’s production over the first four games: a league low 25.8 points and just 164 yards per game.


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