World Football League (1974-1975)
Born: September 18, 1974 – Houston Texans relocate to Shreveport, LA.
Died: October 22, 1975 – The WFL ceases operations in mid-season.
Stadium: State Fair Stadium (50,400)
Team Colors: Green & Gold
- 1974 – Bill Bernard, et al.
- 1975 – John B. Atkins, et al.
==Steamer Games on Fun While It Lasted==
|1974||10/10/1974||@ Southern California Sun||L 25-23||Program|
|1975||7/19/1975||vs. Birmingham Vulcans (Exh.)||L 31-30||Program|
|1975||7/26/1975||vs. Memphis Southmen (Exh.)||L 14-7||Program|
|1975||8/2/1975||@ San Antonio Wings||L 19-3||Program|
|1975||8/9/1975||vs. Chicago Winds||W 38-18||Program|
|1975||8/30/1975||@ Birmingham Vulcans||L 21-8||Program|
|1975||9/6/1975||vs. Jacksonville Express||L 22-15||Program|
|1975||9/14/1975||@ Memphis Southmen||L 34-23||Program||Roster|
|1975||9/28/1975||vs. The Hawaiians||W 32-25||Program||Roster|
|1975||10/5/1975||vs. Charlotte Hornets||L 39-14||Program||Roster|
|1975||10/12/1975||@ Southern California Sun||L 39-30||Program|
|1975||10/19/1975||vs. San Antonio Wings||W 41-31||Program||Roster|
- Jim Nance
Former Steamer lead investor John B. Atkins died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at age 53 on April 6, 1978.
Steamer running back Jim Nance passed on June 17, 1992 at the age of 49.
Offensive lineman Glen Holloway, who played for the Steamer in 1975, died of liver cancer on December 20, 2011 at age 63.