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Carolina Cobras
Carolina Cobras
Year founded 2000
Year folded 2004
Prior names none
Divisional championships {{{divisional}}}
ArenaBowl championships none

Not to be confused with the Los Angeles Cobras, who played in the 1988 AFL season.

The Carolina Cobras were an expansion franchise in the Arena Football League. The team was formed prior to the 2000 season, which endured a player strike.

The team originally was based in Raleigh, North Carolina but moved to Charlotte following its second season.

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History

They played their home games in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena (Now called the RBC Center) prior to the 2003 season. The team was based in the Charlotte Coliseum until 2004. On September 20, 2004, prior to the arrival of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, the league announced the termination of this franchise; its players were made available to the other AFL teams in a dispersal draft.

Legacy

The Cobras' legacy in Charlotte was actually meant to fill open dates at the Charlotte Coliseum when the Charlotte Hornets moved to New Orleans, Louisiana. But when the Bobcats began play, however, the Cobras had to make way.

Season-by-season

Notable players

  • Rickey Foggie, Quarterback
  • Charlie Peterson, Quarterback
  • Matt Nagy, Quarterback
  • Aaron Bailey, Offensive specialist 2001-2002
  • Rob Bironas, Kicker 2004 Current Tennessee Titans K
  • Mario Grier, Fullback/Linebacker 2000-2002
  • Elliot "Jack" Jackson, Offensive specialist 2000
  • Michael "Bo" Kelly, Fullback/Linebacker 2000
  • Fred McNair, Quarterback 2000-2001
  • Cornelius White, Wide Receiver/Linebacker 2000-2001
  • Mike Hold, 2003 Coach
  • Eddie Khayat, 2003-04 Coach
  • Ron Selesky, 2004 Coach
  • John Gregory, 2004 Coach

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