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Albany arena football deal inked

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A deal to bring back arena football to the Albany Civic Center has been officially signed.

The team's new owners, Terence Fowler and
Darrien Teals signed the deal with the City Attorney as a witness.

The new team will be known as the Albany Firebirds.

The team was formerly a semi-pro organization based in Tifton. Now, they are part of American Indoor Football, a league with more than 20 teams around the country.

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