1984 USFL season

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The 1983 USFL season was the second season of the United States Football League. The league added preseason games to the schedule and there were several franchise changes. The Boston Breakers were sold and relocated to New Orleans, Louisiana as the New Orleans Breakers on October 18, 1983. Six expansion teams were added to the league: the Houston Gamblers, Jacksonville Bulls, Memphis Showboats, Oklahoma Outlaws, Pittsburgh Maulers, and San Antonio Gunslingers.

Publications

Programs
Week/Date Issue Cover Subject Teams Featured
Week 1 Volume 2, #1
Week 2 Volume 2, #2 Herschel Walker New Jersey Generals
Week 3 Volume 2, #3 Dave Smigelsky Washington Federals
Week 4 Volume 2, #4 Joe Cribbs Birmingham Stallions
Week 5 Volume 2, #5 Mike Rozier Pittsburgh Maulers
Week 6 Volume 2, #6 Larry Csonka Jacksonville Bulls
Week 7 Volume 2, #7 Steve Young Los Angeles Express
Week 8 Volume 2, #8 Willie Collier Philadelphia Stars
Week 9 Volume 2, #9
July 1, 1984 Eastern Conference Semifinal
July 7, 1984 Eastern Conference Championship Kelvin Bryant Philadelphia Stars
July 8, 1984 Western Conference Championship Kevin Long Arizona Wranglers
July 15, 1984 USFL Championship
July 21, 1984 Exhibition Burt Reynolds Tampa Bay Bandits, Philadelphia Stars
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Arizona Wranglers • Birmingham Stallions • Chicago Blitz • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • Michigan Panthers • New Jersey Generals • New Orleans Breakers • Oakland Invaders • Oklahoma Outlaws • Philadelphia Stars • Pittsburgh Maulers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits • Washington Federals
Postseason Media Guides Los Angeles Express • USFL
Yearbooks
United States Football League
1983 Teams Arizona Wranglers • Birmingham Stallions • Boston Breakers • Chicago Blitz • Denver Gold • Los Angeles Express • Michigan Panthers • New Jersey Generals • Oakland Invaders • Philadelphia Stars • Tampa Bay Bandits • Washington Federals
1984 Teams Arizona Wranglers • Birmingham Stallions • Chicago Blitz • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • Michigan Panthers • New Jersey Generals • New Orleans Breakers • Oakland Invaders • Oklahoma Outlaws • Philadelphia Stars • Pittsburgh Maulers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits • Washington Federals
1985 Teams Arizona Outlaws • Baltimore Stars • Birmingham Stallions • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • New Jersey Generals • Oakland Invaders • Orlando Renegades • Portland Breakers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits
Seasons 1983 • 1984 • 1985
Venues Alamo Stadium • Gator Bowl • Giants Stadium • Legion Field • Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Nickerson Field • Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum • RFK Stadium • Soldier Field • Tampa Stadium • Veterans Stadium
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