XFL Chicago Enforcers Press Row


 








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Chicago seeing double...again!
Chicago can brag for a second straight week. The XFL today named Chicago Enforcers QB Kevin McDougal as its Offensive Player of the Week and teammate LB Jamie Baisley as its Defensive Player of the Week for week nine, marking the second consecutive week in which Enforcers players have swept the awards.
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Chicago seeing double
The XFL named Chicago Enforcers RB John Avery as its Offensive Player of the Week and teammate DB Corey Ivy as its Defensive Player of the Week for week eight. The Windy City duo led the Enforcers to a crucial, 13-0, win over the Birmingham Thunderbolts on Sunday night, giving Chicago control of its playoff destiny.
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Enforcers Looking For Lucky Fan to Receive Winning Bonus
With its victory over the Las Vegas Outlaws last Sunday, the Chicago Enforcers’ 38 players on the active roster split a $100,000 game-winning bonus. As part of a special promotion, a fortunate Enforcer fan will receive a special prize—a bonus similar to what the Enforcer players received. He or she was sitting in section 14, row 39, seat 37 of Soldier Field Sunday but has not yet claimed their prize.
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Bishop and Rogers to Miss Remainder of Season
Chicago Enforcers offensive tackle Octavious Bishop and linebacker Brian Rogers will both miss the remainder of the season due to season-ending injury suffered in the Enforcers game at Los Angeles last Saturday night.
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Chicago Enforcers Training Camp
Meyers truck gets smaller
Chicago Enforcers head coach Ron Meyer was none too happy with his team after last week’s scrimmage with the New York/New Jersey Hitmen. After a Wednesday afternoon encounter with the Birmingham Bolts, Meyer was a little more pleased.
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Chicago Enforcers Training Camp
Linebacker Baisley Making Instant Impact with Enforcers
Although the Chicago Enforcers have been in training camp only two weeks, inside linebacker Jamie Baisley has been making a strong impression on the Enforcers coaching staff.
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Chicago Enforcers Training Camp
News, Notes and Quotes
To say Enforcers head coach Ron Meyer was unhappy with his teamís performance in a practice game held January 17 in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando would be an understatement.
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Individual game tickets on sale January 6th
The XFL Chicago Enforcers will put single game tickets on sale Saturday, Jan. 6 at 10 a.m. The tickets will be available for purchase at TicketMaster outlets, can be charged by phone by calling TicketMaster at 312-559-1212 or online at ticketmaster.com. The Enforcers will play five home games at Soldier Field starting Feb. 24 with a contest against the NY/NJ Hitmen.
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Training camp information
The Chicago Enforcers XFL football team will open its training camp on Wednesday, January 3 in Orlando. The team will be practicing everyday (except Sunday) from 9 am until 1 pm. The training camp will take place at Winter Park High School in Winter Park, Fla. and is open to the media.
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Enforcers select ten in XFL supplemental draft
The Chicago Enforcers made 10 selections in the XFL Supplemental draft held December 29. The purpose of the XFL supplemental draft was to allow teams to add players who were not eligible when the league staged its Player Allocation Selection System (P.A.S.S.) draft last October.
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December camp news and notes
Head coach Ron Meyer's decision to move the Enforcers December mini-camp from Chicago to Orlando turned out to be the right one as Chicago was socked with 12 inches of snow on Monday and below zero temperatures on Tuesday.
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Chicago Enforcers Name Radio Broadcast Team
The XFL Chicago Enforcers have announced their radio broadcast team for the 2001 football season that will be heard on ESPN Radio 1000. Play-by-Play duties will be handled by current ESPN Radio personality Bill Simonson. Joining Simonson in the color analyst role will be former Chicago Bears standout and member of their Super Bowl XX championship team, Otis Wilson. Rounding out the broadcast team will be ESPN Radio's Lou Canellis, who will tackle sideline reporting.
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ESPN Radio to Broadcast Chicago Enforcers Games in 2001
ESPN Radio 1000 (WMVP-AM) will be the radio home of the Chicago Enforcers, it was announced today. The announcement was made on ESPN's Huge Show by World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Chairman Vince McMahon , XFL President Basil DeVito and the Enforcers head coach Ron Meyer.
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