|League||Indoor Football League|
|Division||Pacific North (2010)
|Team history||Kent Predators (2010-2011)
Seattle Timberwolves (2011)
Everett Raptors (2012)
|Based in||Kent, Washington (2010-2011)
Everett, Washington (2012)
|Arena||ShoWare Center (2010-2011)
Comcast Arena at Everett (2012)
|Colors||Midnight blue, gold, red, white
|Head coach||Sean Ponder|
The Everett Raptors were a professional indoor football team based in Everett, Washington. The Raptors were member of the Intense Conference of the Indoor Football League (IFL). They played their home games at the Comcast Arena at Everett in Everett.
The Raptors franchise was the relocated team previously known as the Kent Predators and later the Seattle Timberwolves.
As of 2012, the Everett Raptors are out of the IFL. The parent company filed for bankruptcy, and the team was not in the league in 2012-2013.
The franchise was originally going to play in Wasilla, Alaska as the Arctic Predators, but complications between the ownership and the would-be head coach led to difficulty in obtaining a lease, so the IFL and the Arctic Predators split ways. However, the A-Preds did not fold immediately; they played that season in the American Indoor Football Association.
After playing the entire 2010 and the first 6 games of the 2011 season as the Kent Predators, the team switched to the Timberwolves identity in April 2011 (throughout the franchise's first two years, they played at the ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington).
On October 18, 2011, it was announced that the Timberwolves were moving to Everett, adopting the new Everett Raptors identity.
The Raptors were the second indoor football team to play in Everett, following the Everett Hawks of the National Indoor Football League and later the af2 which played from 2005 until 2007. A team called the Everett Destroyers was proposed for the IFL's inaugural 2009 season, but folded before ever playing a single down.
On July 30, 2012, the parent company, Northwest Pro Sports LLC, filed For Bankruptcy. The Everett Raptors are now out of IFL and did not play 2012-2013.
|Kent Predators (IFL)|
|2010||5||9||0||4th Pacific North||--|
|Kent Predators/Seattle Timberwolves (IFL)|
|Everett Raptors (IFL)|
2010 Final Standings
|2010 Pacific North Division|
2011 Season Schedule
|Final Score||Team Record|
|1||February 25 (Fri)||7:05pm||Sioux Falls Storm||L 71-105||0-1|
|2||March 6 (Sun)||3:05pm||Fairbanks Grizzlies||W 56-41||1-1|
|4||March 17 (Thu)||7:00pm
|@La Crosse Spartans||L 28-66||1-2|
|5||March 25 (Fri)||7:35pm
|@Chicago Slaughter||L 36-37||1-3|
|6||April 1 (Fri)||7:05pm||Fairbanks Grizzlies||L 30-31||1-4|
|7||April 10 (Sun)||1:00pm||@Tri-Cities Fever||L 42-60||1-5|
|8||April 16 (Sat)||7:05pm||Wenatchee Valley Venom||W 51-12||2-5|
|10||April 30 (Sat)||7:05pm||@Tri-Cities Fever||L 33-63||2-6|
|11||May 6 (Fri)||7:05pm||Omaha Beef||W 52-50||3-6|
|12||May 14 (Sat)||7:05pm
|@Wyoming Cavalry||L 39-59||3-7|
|13||May 21 (Sat)||7:05pm||@Wenatchee Valley Venom||W 66-56||4-7|
|14||May 27 (Fri)||7:05pm||Wenatchee Valley Venom||W 61-45||5-7|
|15||June 3 (Fri)||7:05pm
|@Fairbanks Grizzlies||L 54-85||5-8|
|16||June 12 (Sun)||7:05pm||Tri-Cities Fever||L 59-86||5-9|
2011 Final Standings
|2011 Pacific Division|
|y Fairbanks Grizzlies||10||4||0||0.714||723||545||6-3||---||W2|
|x Tri-Cities Fever||10||4||0||0.714||816||575||6-3||---||W2|
|Wenatchee Valley Venom||3||11||0||0.214||508||845||2-7||7.0||L4|
Players of note
Everett Raptors Roster
Refused to Report
Rookies in italics
The following Predators/Timberwolves/Raptors players have been named to All-IFL Teams:
- WR Andre Piper-Jordan (2)
- OL Vaughn Lesuma
- DL John Fields
- KR Mike Tatum
Awards and honors
The following is a list of all Titans players who have won league Awards
|2012||Mike Tatum||Kickoff returner||Special Teams Player of the Year|
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- Myhre, Rich. "Indoor football is back in Everett". The Herald.
- Dart, Leland. "Everett Raptors Out of IFL, Parent Co. Files For Bankruptcy". My Everett News. Retrieved 9 September 2013.