Salt Lake Stallions

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Salt Lake Stallions
Current season
Established 2018
Play in Rice–Eccles Stadium
in Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake Stallions helmet
Salt Lake Stallions logo
League/conference affiliations
Alliance of American Football (2019–present)
  • Western Conference (2019–present)
Team colorsBlue, deep sky blue & silver
General managerRandy Mueller
Head coachDennis Erickson
Team history
  • Salt Lake Stallions (2018–present)
League championships (0)
Conference championships ()
Division championships (0)
Playoff appearances ()
Home arena(s)

The Salt Lake Stallions are a professional American football team based in Salt Lake City and one of the charter members of the Alliance of American Football (AAF), which began play in February 2019. The Stallions are the northernmost team in the AAF, as the league's only franchise north of the 35th parallel. The team's head coach is Dennis Erickson, who has a 179–96–1 record coaching college football and a 40–56 record coaching in the NFL.


The Alliance Salt Lake City charter franchise was announced to play at Rice–Eccles Stadium by the Alliance of American Football on May 14, 2018.[1] Dennis Erickson was named by the league as head coach on May 16, 2018.[2] Randy Mueller was named general manager by September 25, 2018.[3]

The western four teams' names and logos were revealed on September 25, 2018, with Salt Lake as the Stallions with the colors of blue, deep sky blue and silver.[4] The name is inspired by the land speed records set at the Bonneville Salt Flats, while the colors represent aspects of Utah's geography like Great Salt Lake and the Wasatch Range.[5]

The final 52-man roster was set on January 30, 2019.[6] The team's first game was a 38–22 defeat to the Arizona Hotshots at Sun Devil Stadium on February 10, 2019.[7] Their first home game will be on February 23, also against the Hotshots.[8]


Salt Lake Stallions staff
Front office
Head coaches
Offensive coaches
Defensive coaches
Special teams coaches
Eastern Conference
Western Conference


The Stallions have designated rights to players from:[9]


Salt Lake Stallions roster

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen
  • 67 Jake Bennett C
  • 76 Nick Callender G
  • 79 Ryan Cummings T
  • 78 Austin Davis C
  • 63 Leon Johnson T
  • 66 Tuni Kanuch G
  • 73 Jeremiah Poutasi T
  • 64 Salesi Uhatafe G

Defensive linemen

  • 52 Josh Banderas
  • 55 Luke Carrezola
  • 51 Greer Martini
  • 57 Gionni Paul
  • 59 Trevor Reilly
  • 53 Ed Shockley
  • 50 Anthony Williams

Defensive backs

Special teams

Reserve lists

Exempt list

  • Currently vacant

Practice squad

  • Currently vacant

Roster updated February 10, 2019
52 Active, 0 Inactive, 0 PS


  1. ^ "Salt Lake City 4th city for new Alliance football league". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  2. ^ Genessy, Jody (16 May 2018). "Dennis Erickson to coach Utah pro team in new Alliance of American Football". Retrieved 12 September 2018.
  3. ^ "Utah's new pro football team will be known as the Salt Lake Stallions". The Salt Lake Tribune. September 25, 2018. Retrieved November 5, 2018.
  4. ^ Benjamin, Cody (September 25, 2018). "LOOK: Here's a full list of team names and logos from the Alliance of American Football". Retrieved October 3, 2018.
  5. ^ "Utah's new pro football team will be known as the Salt Lake Stallions". The Salt Lake Tribune. September 25, 2018. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
  6. ^ "Salt Lake Stallions set final roster". Alliance of American Football. January 30, 2019. Retrieved January 30, 2019.
  7. ^ McManaman, Bob (February 10, 2019). "Hotshots shine in all facets to kick off AAF in Arizona with debut win over Stallions". The Arizona Republic. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  8. ^ "Alliance of American Football schedule released for Arizona Hotshots, other 7 teams". AZ Central. USA Today Network. October 16, 2018. Retrieved November 8, 2018.
  9. ^ Inabinett, Mark (July 12, 2018). "Alabama, Auburn players to go on Birmingham AAF team's assignment list". Alabama Media Group. Retrieved December 5, 2018.

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