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Laredo Law

The Laredo Law is a now-defunct (2004) Arena Football League's AF2 expansion team. They played their home games at the Laredo Entertainment Center in Laredo, Texas. They only played for one season (for a 3-13 record) before ceasing all operations at the end of the season.

The team's head coach was Scott Maynard, son of Don Maynard, who starred for the New York Jets as wide receiver and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Arena Football would not return to Laredo, Texas until 2006, when the Laredo Lobos were formed for the Intense Football League. Now, the Lobos are in the AF2.

Season-By-Season

|- |2004 || 3 || 13 || 0 || 5th NC Southwestern || -- |}

2004 Laredo Law Roster

  • 1 Roque Vela
  • 2 Traco Rachal
  • 3 Terrance Minor
  • 4 Marc Saldana
  • 4 Rich Lucero
  • 5 James Dawson
  • 7 P.J. Winston
  • 8 Julius Brown
  • 10 Michael Wakefield
  • 11 Trey Merkens
  • 13 Brian Hegneur
  • 14 Greg Bell
  • 17 Rocky Perez
  • 19 Bjay Jones
  • 22 Melvin Phillips
  • 25 Torrey Prather
  • 34 Rod Kelly
  • 55 Ariel Famaligi
  • 70 Michael Patterson
  • 73 Steve Mascorro
  • 81 Mike Jones
  • 92 Juwan Jackson
  • 95 John Amarro
  • Head Coach: Scott Maynard
  • OL/DL Coach: Jim Beverly
  • Defensive Coordinator: Stan Petry
  • Special Teams: Coach Mark Soto
  • Trainer: Bobby Moore Jr.

External links

  • Laredo Law on ArenaFan.com



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