•   NASHVILLE- In the 1970’s, DC Comics launched a popular cartoon that brought Superheroes; Superman, Aquaman, Flash, The Green Hornet, Batman and others together called Super Friends. This season the Nashville Storm have featured their version of players with super powers they call “Super Backs”.Kenneth MarloweRunning backs Coach Jonathan “Bama” Carter has relied on eight backs to carry the load all season.Carter, a former Storm RB himself, has what he calls the hardest coaching job

  •  NEW ORLEANS, LA – In two years, the Crescent City Kings franchise has transformed from GDFL newcomer to the doorsteps of a GDFL  National Championship. In order for any transformation to take place, an abundance of energy must be exerted and the growth of the Crescent City Kings is no different. The Kings have earned it the hard way, grinding in the offseason as an organization to promote and cultivate a winning character that has been evident between the lines of competition.The Kings have

  •       Memphis, TN – After one of the most dramatic weekends in GDFL Conference Championship history, the Crescent City Kings and Nashville Storm will square off in, The National Championship (Gridiron Bowl VI) Saturday, September 5 on Sports Nola. Kickoff from the Joe W. Brown Memorial Park is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. CST.  The Xtreme Conference Champion Storm clinched their first-ever Gridiron Bowl berth after holding off the Carolina Dynasty, 21-8, Saturday night in a game that will be

  • Memphis, TN-The Gridiron Developmental Football League is seeking to place over 40 athletes this fall in the National Gridiron League “The NGL” our partner in Australia. Those selected must have a passport and able and willing to travel abroad. All GDFL players registered with the GDFLPA are qualified to submit a letter of interest, athletic bio, game film, and letter of reference for fast-track consideration. Non-members will be able to showcase their talents and apply for this opportunit

  •  Records 16 sacks and pitches a shutout until the final minutes to advance to the GDFL ChampionshipScott Wallace | 8/23/2015, 7:18 p.m. NASHVILLE- Nashville Storm CB Chris Perkins has been maligned the past few weeks. Even though he led the team in interceptions, teams kept throwing to his side with success. In the Storm’s Gridiron Developmental Football League Semi-final game, the Carolina Dynasty tried the rookie one too many times. Nashville Storm team celebrates in the rain after de

  • NEW ORLEANS, LA –Despite the late kickoff, the fireworks started early in the GDFL Impact Conference Championship. The Crescent City Kings started the game with a 45-yard pass from Melvin Davis to Eben Barra. The Thunder defense shook off the hit and stopped the Kings yielding no points on the drive. After a Thunder punt, the Kings rumbled again. This time it was Davis to running back Keith Brown for 59 yards. Davis, who finished the night 14-23 for 239 yards, made sure to capitalize this time

  • NASHVILLE- The Nashville Storm (9-0) started fast and ended even faster as they defeated the Northeast Ohio Silverback 46-0 in quarterfinal action in the Gridiron Developmental Football League Playoffs. The victory gave Storm Head Coach Charles Hunter his 100th career victory. It is also put the Storm one win away from going to New Orleans Labor Day Weekend for Gridiron Bowl VI. “Our message has been the same since day one this season and it is to win another championship,” said Hunter. “I

  • 2015-08-16 | Posted by C. DynastyThe Carolina Dynasty move on to the 3rd round of the GDFL playoffs after the GA Crush drop to 0-3 against them for the year. The Crush also failed to score against the Dynasty for the second time this year, dropping both of those games 24-0. The Dynasty won again behind a strong defensive effort that caused several turnovers and kept the Crush offense in check all night. The game however, was much closer than the score, with Dynasty only managing 6 points in the

  • New Or leans , LA – The Crescent City Kings eliminated the Marvel City Tigers from the GDFL playoffs, with a 21-14 victory  Saturday  night. The Kings and Tigers met three times this season and they both saved the best for last. The defenses dominated the early goings of the game. Marvel City went three and out and a botched snap on the punt gave the Kings prime starting position. The Tigers staved off the Kings by picking off quarterback Melvin Davis in the end zone. The Kings eventual

  • The #5 Oklahoma Thunder pulled off a dramatic road victory over the #3 OKC Bounty Hunters last night, winning 19-5.  The game was truly a defensive battle with a lot of firsts: it was OKC’s first home loss ever as an organization and their first time to be held from the end zone in an entire contest.  The Thunder defensive unit posted yet another dominating effort, with critical turnovers forced by defensive standouts BJ Hodshire and TJ Covington deep in Thunder territory to keep OKC fro