2014 Texas Revolution season

Last updated
2014 Texas Revolution season
OwnerChampionship Sports Group
Head coachChris Williams
General manager Tim Brown
Home field Allen Event Center
200 East Stacy Road
Allen, Texas 75002
Results
Record3-11
Conference place4th, United

The 2014 Texas Revolution season was the team's fifteenth season as a professional indoor football franchise, fifth in the Indoor Football League (IFL), and second as the "Texas Revolution". One of nine teams in the IFL for the 2014 season, the Texas Revolution competed in the United Conference for the second consecutive year. [1] [2] The team played their home games at the Allen Event Center in Allen, Texas. [3] Chris Williams returned to the IFL as the Texas Revolution's director of football operations and head coach for 2014. [4] The team started strong but faltered, compiling a 3–11 record and missing the playoffs. In the post-season, Williams resigned and the team announced their departure from the IFL.

Contents

Off-field moves

The Revolution announced the hiring of new head coach Chris Williams on August 14, 2013. [4] A 13-year coaching veteran whose last posting was the New Mexico Stars of the Lone Star Football League, Williams was hired after previous Texas Revolution head coach Billy Back led the team to a 5–9 record in 2013 and they failed to qualify for post-season play. [5] [6]

IFL veteran Brandon Blackmon returns as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach. Jermaine Blakely is both offensive and defensive line coach, John Nevarez serves as running backs coach, and Stephon White does double-duty as offensive assistant and special teams coach. [7]

Roster moves

Off-season

Team president Tommy Benizio, general manager Tim Brown, and head coach Chris Williams introduce running back Jennifer Welter on January 24, 2014. Texas Revolution media day 24 January 2014.jpg
Team president Tommy Benizio, general manager Tim Brown, and head coach Chris Williams introduce running back Jennifer Welter on January 24, 2014.

On November 7, the team signed rookie quarterback Jimmy Coy. Coy lead the Saint Xavier Cougars to victory in the NAIA Football National Championship in 2011 and was named NAIA Football Player of the Year Award in 2012. [8] [9] In April 2013, Coy was signed by the Chicago Bears of the National Football League as their only quarterback at their rookie minicamp. In June, he briefly joined the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. [9] [10]

Also on November 7, the team announced that it had re-signed key veteran Frankie Solomon, Jr. for the 2014 season. In 2013, Solomon was named to both the 1st Team All-IFL on Defense and 2nd Team All-IFL on Special Teams as a kick returner. [5]

American Football Coaches Association's Division III All-American Team linebacker Javicz Jones of the University of Mary Hardin–Baylor signed with the Revolution on November 14. [11] Jones played high school football at Morton Ranch High School in Katy, Texas. [12]

The Revolution held open tryouts at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas, on November 23, 2013. The team signed running back Bryson Porter (Midwestern State), cornerback Jamaal Wilson (University of North Texas), and cornerback Braelon Davis (Baylor, Odessa Roughnecks). [13]

Pre-season

On January 24, the team signed running back Jennifer Welter as the first female player for a position other than kicker or placekick-holder on a men's professional football team. [14] [15] Welter, a Boston College graduate, is a veteran of several semi-pro women's football teams (including the Dallas Diamonds and Dallas Dragons) and was a gold medal-winning member of Team USA at the International Federation of American Football's Women's World Championship in 2010 and 2013. [16] [17] [18] Welter played in the team's pre-season game versus the North Texas Crunch with -1 yards on 3 carries. [19] On February 19, Welter was named to the team's regular season roster. [20] [21]

The team held another open tryout on January 25, 2014, in advance of the February 2014 start of training camp. [13] In early February, the Revolution signed offensive linemen Jason Guillory (East Texas Baptist University) and Brandon Bishop (Texas College) plus linebacker Thomas Logan (Stillman). [22] As the team prepared its regular season roster, Bishop was released on February 15 then Guillory, Logan, and Braelon Davis were released on February 19. In all, 20 players were trimmed from the pre-season roster in preparation for opening day. [22]

On February 15, the team signed kicker Zeke Arevalo (St. Mary's College) and defensive back/linebacker Anquanius Frazier (East Texas Baptist University). On February 19, they signed defensive lineman Prince Hickman (Arkansas State) and offensive lineman Chris Brown (Northwestern State). [22]

Regular season

Wide receiver/quarterback Josh Floyd was released on March 3. On March 4, the team signed defensive lineman Aaron Davis (Southern Methodist University) and released offensive lineman Chris Brown. Kicker Zeke Arevalo was released on March 4 then re-signed on March 6. Also on March 6, Texas re-signed wide receiver Grayln Crawford (Stephen F. Austin State) and offensive lineman John Cardenas (Blinn College) and signed quarterback/wide receiver Jeremy Sanders (Baylor). At the same time, running back Jen Welter was placed on the short-term injured reserve list and wide receiver Jason Thompson was listed with season-ending injuries. [22]

On March 14, the team released offensive lineman John Cardenas and running back Xavier Stinson. On March 17, Texas signed wide receiver Oliver Young (South Carolina State). On March 20, the team re-signed veteran running back/wide receiver Ramonce Taylor. On March 21, the team released defensive linemen Aaron Davis and Johnathan Billups plus quarterback/wide receiver Jeremy Sanders. The team signed offensive lineman Justin Holcomb (Texas A&M–Commerce) plus wide receivers Damion Clark (Southern) and Nathaniel Dunn (Cisco College). [22] On March 26, the Revolution signed defensive back Ray Berry (Mississippi Valley State) and offensive lineman Ron Jackson (University of Minnesota–Crookston). The same day, the team released offensive lineman Justin Holcomb and wide receiver Oliver Young. [22]

On April 7, the team signed defensive back Jerell Norton (University of Arkansas) and released wide receiver Graylin Crawford. On April 9, the Revolution signed quarterback Kewan Dewberry (Morris Brown College) and re-signed wide receiver Ashlan Davis (University of Tulsa/Montreal Alouettes) and released wide receivers Nathaniel Dunn and Damion Clark. On April 10, the team signed wide receiver Will Cole (Oklahoma State) and defensive lineman Johnathon Elmo. The same day, they released defensive back Ray Berry and wide receiver/defensive back Jamaal Wilson. On April 16, the team signed Allen, Texas, native Nathan Dick (Central Arkansas) as a quarterback while starter Jimmy Coy recovers from injuries. At the same time, the team again released wide receiver Ashlan Davis. On April 17, the Revolution activated Jen Welter from the injured reserve list and re-signed offensive lineman Chris Brown (Northwestern State) while releasing defensive lineman Johnathon Elmo and wide receiver Will Cole. [22]

Awards and honors

On February 26, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 1 Players of the Week. Quarterback Jimmy Coy was named Offensive Player of the Week. The league cited his 20-of-27 passing for 204 yards and 5 touchdowns in leading the Revolution to victory on opening night. Defensive back Frankie Solomon Jr. was named Defensive Player of the Week. The league cited his opening night performance as "one of the most impressive single game performances in IFL history". Solomon also received an Honorable Mention for his special teams play. Wide receiver Clinton Solomon received an Honorable Mention for his offensive performance while defensive lineman Nick Johnson got the same for his defensive work. [23]

On March 12, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 3 Players of the Week. Texas Revolution wide receiver Clinton Solomon received a second Honorable Mention for offense. Kick returner Frankie Solomon Jr. received an Honorable Mention for special teams play. [24] On March 26, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 5 Players of the Week. Texas Revolution wide receiver Clinton Solomon was named as the Offensive Player of the Week. [25] Quarterback Jimmy Coy received an Honorable Mention for offense, linebacker Danny Mason received an Honorable Mention for defense, and kick returner Ramonce Taylor received an Honorable Mention for special teams play. [26]

On April 2, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 6 Players of the Week. Texas Revolution wide receiver Clinton Solomon received an Honorable Mention for offense, his third this season. Linebacker Danny Mason received an Honorable Mention for defense, his second this season. [27] On April 16, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 8 Players of the Week. Honorable mentions were awarded to Texas Revolution wide receiver Ramonce Taylor for offense, linebacker Danny Mason for defense (his third), and kicker Zeke Arevalo for special teams play. [28] On April 23, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 9 Players of the Week. Texas Revolution wide receiver Ramonce Taylor received an Honorable Mention for offense. [29]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Pre-season

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation [30]
ScoreRecord
1SaturdayFebruary 157:00pm North Texas Crunch (APFL)W 64–30 [19] [31] 1–0 Allen Event Center [32] [33]

Regular season

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponent [1] ResultsLocation [30]
ScoreRecord
1FridayFebruary 217:00pm Cedar Rapids Titans W 47–38 [34] [35] 1–0 Allen Event Center [36]
2 BYE
3SaturdayMarch 87:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 26–50 [37] [38] 1–1 Eihusen Arena [39]
4 BYE
5SundayMarch 237:00pm Green Bay Blizzard W 57–40 [40] [41] [42] 2–1Allen Event Center
6FridayMarch 288:05pmat Wyoming Cavalry L 24–28 [43] [44] 2–2 Casper Events Center [45]
7 BYE
8SaturdayApril 127:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 33–35 [46] [47] 2–3 Eihusen Arena [48] [49]
9SaturdayApril 197:00pm Colorado Ice L 42–69 [50] [51] 2–4Allen Event Center
10FridayApril 257:00pm Cedar Rapids Titans L 57–59 [52] 2–5Allen Event Center
11SaturdayMay 37:05pmat Cedar Rapids Titans L 35–49 [53] 2–6 U.S. Cellular Center
12SaturdayMay 107:00pmat Colorado Ice L 34–55 [54] 2–7 Budweiser Events Center
13SaturdayMay 177:00pm Tri-Cities Fever L 34–55 [55] 2–8Allen Event Center
14SaturdayMay 247:00pm Sioux Falls Storm L 42–69 [56] 2–9Allen Event Center
15SaturdayMay 317:05pmat Bemidji Axemen W 43–27 [57] 3–9 Sanford Center
16SaturdayJune 77:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 29–34 [58] 3–10 Sioux Falls Arena
17SaturdayJune 147:00pm Nebraska Danger L 29–33 [59] 3–11Allen Event Center

Roster

2014 Texas Revolution roster
Quarterbacks
  •  8William Cole
  •  6Kewan Dewberry

Running Backs

  • 14Jordan Brown
  •  2Darius Fudge

Wide Receivers

  •  3Damion Clark
  •  4Jason Thompson
Offensive Linemen
  • 72Martineus Albert
  • 79D. J. Brandel
  • --Xavier Pete

Defensive Linemen

  • 50Johnathon Elmo
  • 90Bryan Glenn
  • 56Nick Johnson
  • --Jason Sutherland
Linebackers
  •  5Javicz Jones
  • 55DeMario Dixon

Defensive Backs

  • --Braelon Davis
  •  7Anquanius Frazier
  • 23David James II
  • --Jerell Norton
  • 15Frankie Solomon Jr.
  • --Anthony Webb
  • --Jamaal Wilson

Kickers

  • 10Zeke Arevalo
Injured Reserve
  •  9Jimmy Coy QB

Exempt List

Rookies in italics
Roster updated June 5, 2014
25 Active, 2 Inactive

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Standings

2014 United Conference
WLTPCTPFPAGBSTK
y - Sioux Falls Storm 1310.9297545000.0L1
x - Cedar Rapids Titans 1130.7866895972.0W2
Bemidji Axemen 590.3575926248.0L5
Texas Revolution 3110.21453264110.0L2
Green Bay Blizzard 2120.14361576911.0W1

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