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The Kansas City Command (formerly the Kansas City Brigade) were a professional arena football team that played in the Arena Football League (AFL).wikipedia
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2006 Kansas City Brigade season

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The team was founded before the 2006 season.
The Kansas City Brigade season was the opening season for the franchise.

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The Kansas City Command (formerly the Kansas City Brigade) were a professional arena football team that played in the Arena Football League (AFL).
Expansion teams included the Austin Wranglers, Carolina Cobras, Los Angeles Avengers, Chicago Rush, Detroit Fury, Dallas Desperados, Colorado Crush, New Orleans VooDoo, Philadelphia Soul, Nashville Kats, Kansas City Brigade, New York Dragons and Utah Blaze.

Kevin Porter (American football)

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Former Kansas City Chiefs strong safety Kevin Porter served as head coach.
He served as the head coach for the Kansas City Brigade of the Arena Football League from 2006 to 2008, compiling a record of 13–20, including a 0–1 mark in the postseason.

Sprint Center

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The team played at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri and later moved to the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City for the 2008 AFL season.
The arena also was the home of the former Kansas City Command of the Arena Football League (AFL).

Neil Smith (American football)

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One of the most notable co-owners is former Kansas City Chiefs star Neil Smith.
He also co-owned an Arena Football team, the Kansas City Command.

2008 Kansas City Brigade season

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The 2008 season saw the longest field goal in franchise history (58 yards by Peter Martinez).
The Kansas City Brigade season was the third season for the franchise, second in the American Conference's Central Division.

New Orleans VooDoo

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After the announcement that the New Orleans VooDoo would suspend operations for the 2006 AFL season due to Hurricane Katrina, the AFL awarded an expansion franchise to Kansas City, containing most of the VooDoo's players. With the New Orleans VooDoo returning to the league's National Conference Southern in 2007, the Brigade switched conferences and divisions, as they moved to the American Conference Central.
Fifteen of the players under contract with the VooDoo were moved to the expansion Kansas City Brigade for the 2006 season.

Quincy Carter

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter was named the starter on June 3, 2008.
He also was a member of the Bossier–Shreveport Battle Wings, Kansas City Brigade and Abilene Ruff Riders.

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The Kansas City Command (formerly the Kansas City Brigade) were a professional arena football team that played in the Arena Football League (AFL).

2011 Kansas City Command season

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The Kansas City Command season was the fourth season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and the first under their new team name, having previously been known as the Kansas City Brigade.

2012 Kansas City Command season

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The Kansas City Command season was the fifth season for the franchise in the Arena Football League.

Hy-Vee Arena

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The team played at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri and later moved to the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City for the 2008 AFL season.

Pacific Division (AFL)

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With the New Orleans VooDoo returning to the league's National Conference Southern in 2007, the Brigade switched conferences and divisions, as they moved to the American Conference Central.

Aaron Boone (American football)

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In his career, Boone has also played for the Chicago Bears, Carolina Panthers, Berlin Thunder (NFL Europe), Philadelphia Soul, Kansas City Brigade, and Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League (AFL).

D. Bryant

The Kansas City Brigade gave Bryant a chance, with a 2-day camp invite, where he won a spot on the roster.

South Division (AFL)

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They would be placed in the National Conference Southern Division, where they would take New Orleans' spot for the year.

Kansas City Chiefs

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Former Kansas City Chiefs strong safety Kevin Porter served as head coach. One of the most notable co-owners is former Kansas City Chiefs star Neil Smith.

Cleveland Gladiators

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The team's new head coach in 2011 was Danton Barto; he also coached the AFL's Las Vegas Gladiators, af2's Memphis Xplorers and Manchester Wolves, and the IFL's Arkansas Diamonds.

Memphis Xplorers

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The team's new head coach in 2011 was Danton Barto; he also coached the AFL's Las Vegas Gladiators, af2's Memphis Xplorers and Manchester Wolves, and the IFL's Arkansas Diamonds.

Manchester Wolves

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The team's new head coach in 2011 was Danton Barto; he also coached the AFL's Las Vegas Gladiators, af2's Memphis Xplorers and Manchester Wolves, and the IFL's Arkansas Diamonds.

Texas Revolution (indoor football)

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The team's new head coach in 2011 was Danton Barto; he also coached the AFL's Las Vegas Gladiators, af2's Memphis Xplorers and Manchester Wolves, and the IFL's Arkansas Diamonds.