But the team's front office has since been dissolved, and with no announcements of further plans, the team is defunct.
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In October 2005, Ron Selesky, formerly of the Arena Football League's Columbus Destroyers, Carolina Cobras and Tampa Bay Storm, as well as the af2's Albany Conquest and Louisville Fire, was hired as the team's second coach.
The team played its home games at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex Arena in downtown Birmingham.
The team's cheerleaders were known as the "Showsteelers." On April 20, 1999, Birmingham’s franchise was one of the charter teams in the Xtreme Football League, which soon brokered a deal with the more-established Arena Football League to form the latter’s second tier.
Fortunately for a vast majority of folks residing within its borders and abiding by its legal dictates, Tennessee’s laws work in their decided favor.