Pittsburgh Maulers

Pittsburgh Maulers

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Pittsburgh Maulers Bio

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Pittsburgh Maulers

Pittsburgh Maulers

The Pittsburgh Maulers are a professional American football team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Maulers are one of the 8 official teams in the USFL (United States Football League).

In 1984, The Maulers had a 7-11 record in their first season and in 1985, a 5-13 record in their second and final season. This was before the operations ceased and the USFL shut down.

Location, Stadium, and Team Colors

Pittsburgh Maulers are based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They currently play their home games at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.

The Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium is a football stadium located in Canton, Ohio, and is the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The stadium was originally known as Fawcett Stadium and was built in 1938, but it was renovated and renamed after New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson in 2017. The stadium has a seating capacity of 23,000 and hosts several football events throughout the year, including the annual Hall of Fame Game, which marks the beginning of the NFL's preseason. In addition to football, the stadium has also hosted musical concerts, high school and college football games, and other events.

Pittsburgh Maulers Ground
Pittsburgh Maulers Ground

Pittsburgh Maulers’ team colors are Black, Gold and White. The Maulers also have a mascot named Marty the Mauler.

Pittsburgh Maulers Roster

Charles Baldwin#72T28Youngstown State
Jerrod Brooks#69T26UTEP
Jerome Brown#0G26Lincoln (CA)
Xavier Dampeer#52C28Auburn
Jon Dietzen#67G26Wisconsin
Datryan Evans#0TE25Friends (KS)
Justin Evans#51T27South Carolina State
Chase Fourcade#0QB25Nicholls State
Bailey Gaither#4WR26San Jose State
Duane Gary#0RB28Western Connecticut State
Garrett Groshek#37RB25Wisconsin
DelVon Hardaway#7WR27Fresno State
Isiah Hennie#10WR-Sacramento State
Xavier Lewis#0WR26Southeastern Louisiana
Dominic Logan Jr.#0T-Oklahoma State
Madre London#9RB27Tennessee
Artayvious Lynn#1TE27TCU
Jalen McCleskey#13WR25Tulane
James Morgan#0QB26Florida International
Samson Nacua#0WR-BYU
Brayden Patton#58OL25Northern Illinois
Hunter Rison#0WR24Grand Valley State
Connor Sampson#0QB24Western Illinois
Matt Seybert#80TE25Michigan State
Josh Simmons#0WR27Prairie View A&M
Mason Stokke#0FB25Wisconsin
Colby Thomas#0G23Sam Houston State
Tre Walker#89WR23San Jose State
Troy Williams#0QB28Utah
Trajan Bandy#0CB23Miami (FL)
Terry Beckner Jr.#97DT26Missouri
Eric Burrell#0S25Wisconsin
Malcolm Elmore#20S25Central Methodist
Reuben Foster#0LB28Alabama
Keith Gipson Jr.#11CB28Mary-Hardin Baylor
Tyson Graham#0LB29South Dakota
Sedevyn Gray#0DB25West Alabama
Caleb Ham#0DB27Fordham
Malcolm Howard#6LB30Central Oklahoma
Shedrick Kirk#0CB25Kentucky Wesleyan
Jaylon McClain-Sapp#24CB24Marshall
Will Miles#98DT25Central Methodist
Christopher Okoye#59DT26Ferris State
Nasir Player#95DE25East Tennessee State
Boogie Roberts#91DL27San Jose State
Olive Sagapolu#94DL26Wisconsin
Beau Tanner#0DB27BYU
Arnold Tarpley III#21S26Vanderbilt
Leevel Tatum III#97DT25Arizona
Vaughn Taylor Jr.#0DE-Morehead State
Kyahva Tezino#31LB25San Diego State
Bryce Torneden#22S24Kansas
Eli Walker#8S25Kansas State
Dale Warren#45LB27Chattanooga
Savion Williams#0DT24Florida A&M
Luke Barnes#0LS23Alabama State
Nathan Hierlihy#0K29Redlands
Matt Mengel#0P29UCLA

Coaching Staff

General ManagerLonnie Young
Head CoachRay Horton
Assistant head coach/defensive coordinatorJarren Horton
Offensive coordinator/quarterbacksJohn Tomlinson
Tight ends/running backsBill Khayat
Wide receiversAlex Woods
Offensive LineEmerson Martin
Defensive line/run game coordinatorRick Courtright
Linebackers coach/special teams coordinatorMarc Hull
Defensive backsSteve Meyer

Pittsburgh Maulers Schedule

Date OpponentTime/TV
SundayApr. 16 at New Orleans Breakers, Protective Stadium, Birmingham, AL6:30 pm ET FS1
SundayApr. 23 New Jersey Generals, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH1:00 pm ET NBC/Peacock
SundayApr. 30 at Philadelphia Stars, Ford Field, Detroit, MI12:00 pm ET NBC/Peacock
SundayMay. 7 Birmingham Stallions, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH6:30 pm ET FS1
SaturdayMay. 13 at Michigan Panthers, Ford Field, Detroit, MI12:30 pm ET USA/Peacock
SaturdayMay. 20 at Memphis Showboats, Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium, Memphis, TN12:30 pm ET USA/Peacock
SaturdayMay. 27 Philadelphia Stars, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH9:00 pm ET FS1
SaturdayJune. 3 Houston Gamblers, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH12:00 pm ET USA/Peacock
SaturdayJune. 10 Michigan Panthers, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH12:00 pm ET FOX
SaturdayJune. 17 at New Jersey Generals, Tom Benson HOF Stadium, Canton, OH1:00 pm ET USA/Peacock

Who are the Pittsburgh Maulers' Top Players?

QB Lindsey Scott Jr

Lindsey Scott Jr. is a quarterback who has played college football at several universities, including LSU, East Mississippi Community College, and Nicholls State. He is known for his athleticism, accurate passing, and ability to make plays both with his arm and his legs. During his college career, Scott Jr. threw for a total of 3,531 yards and 31 touchdowns, while also rushing for 943 yards and 14 touchdowns. He signed with the XFL's St. Louis Battlehawks in 2020 and was a backup quarterback for the team before the league folded due to pandemic concerns.

Malik Hamm

Hamm is a defensive end who played college football at the University of Lafayette in Louisiana. He was a standout player for the Ragin' Cajuns and earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors in 2020, his senior year. During his college career, Hamm recorded 90 tackles, 8.5 sacks, and 16 tackles for loss. He also had four fumble recoveries, one interception, and two forced fumbles. Hamm went undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft, but he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Rams in May 2021. However, he was waived by the Rams during the final roster cuts.

Hamm is a true pass-rushing presence off the edge, he has the potential to make an immediate impact as a rookie. Hamm is also coming off a strong week at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

What is the win-loss record of the Pittsburgh Maulers?

The Maulers finished 4th in the Northern Division. They won 1 game and lost 9 games. They had a bad regular season last year and are hoping to change the scenario this season.

Where can I watch the Pittsburgh Maulers?

Fans can watch the Maulers play on channels Fox, NBC, Peacock, and USA Today.

Who is the owner of the Pittsburgh Maulers?

National Spring Football League Enterprises Co, LLC, (Fox Sports) is the owner of Pittsburgh Maulers.

How much did the Pittsburgh Maulers cost to purchase?

The entire USFL is owned by Fox and the same applies to the Pittsburgh Maulers. Fox bought all 8 teams for an amount between $150-$200 Million.

Fox is also looking for outside investors to invest about $250 Million.


A, Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
A. 1983 – 1984, 2022 - Present / Pittsburgh Maulers. Nickname. Maulers – A name-the-team contest yielded the nickname "Maulers," after the sledgehammer-wielding workers in steel foundries.
A. The Pittsburgh Maulers were a team that competed in the 1984 season of the United States Football League. Their most prominent player was the first pick overall in the 1984 USFL Draft, running back Mike Rozier of Nebraska, who won the Heisman Trophy, collegiate football's most prestigious individual award.
A. 2023 USFL Salary Information Info Salary 2023 Active Roster (per player) $4,500/week 2023 Practice Squad (per player) $1,500/week 2023 Regular Season/Playoff Win (per player, Active + Practice Squad) $850/win 2023 Championship (per player) $10,000
A. The league announced that Ray Horton will assume duties as the Maulers' head coach after Kirby Wilson resigned.
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