July 12, 2020
The Simulation Football League has announced four more additions to SFLm for its second season, which will begin in October. The Tacoma Grizzlies, Salt Lake Rustlers, Memphis River Runners and Lexington Miners join the eight teams from the first season, all of which will return.
“SFLm’s inaugural season success is quantified in growth,” said SFL Commissioner Cameron Irvine. “With players returning to the minor league last season and anticipated growth during our 15th Anniversary season, the league has opened up 360 available slots in SFLm to accommodate the next rookie class. We will continue to grow and evolve simulation football with the largest sim football community ever assembled.”
Chad Roland (Lexington), Ross Napoli (Salt Lake), Reign Reaux (Memphis) and Jaylin Wells (Tacoma) will serve as the team’s head coaches. Over 20 coaches applied for SFLm head coaching positions. These four teams will begin building staff soon and players who are not currently assigned a team will receive one in the coming weeks. For more information on SFLm expansion and all things SFLm, contact Deputy Commissioner Andrew Rastelli for more details.