With the deal between the AFL and the players union all but signed, sealed and delivered, the Spokane Shock and majority owner Brady Nelson can get back to the business of playing football.
Nelson missed watching a home game for the first time since he brought the team to town seven years ago becaus
By the numbers, the Spokane Shock remain one of the best teams in the Arena Football League. Too bad their division record doesn't show it.
The Shock dropped just one spot in the AFL Power Rankings on Monday to No. 7 – two days after losing to the Utah Blaze.
SPOKANE, WA (June, 16rd, 2012) – The Spokane Shock (7-6) hosted the Utah Blaze (9-5) in front of a crowd of 8,852 at the Spokane Arena in a Week 15 AFL West Division match-up with playoff implications on the line.
In first quarter action the Blaze held Spokane to a four and out in the r
SPOKANE, Wash. – Kevin Ellison's federal arson charge came as a surprise to everyone, especially team owner Brady Nelson. Ellison's charge stems from the fire at the Big Trout Apartment fire Thursday morning.
The Arena Football League and the union that represents its players have a meeting planned over the weekend to talk about the latest proposed collective bargaining agreement that could make or potentially break the rest of the season.
The majority owner of the Spokane Shock, Brady Nelson, told SWX F
Jonathan Williams is in. Kevin Ellison is out. And after that, anything can happen during the game between the Shock and Blaze at Spokane Arena on Saturday.
The game is full of story lines.
At the outset, there is the coaching angle.
Changes may be coming for the Spokane Shock and the rest of the AFL players. The AFL offered players a new collective bargaining agreement.
It would last seven years and would included a gradual pay increase. For the rest of this season, the Union is offering a 25 percent pay