Green Bay Blizzard
In 2004, Greisen pursued a career in the Arena Football League, and joined the AF2's Green Bay Blizzard. The AF2 was the AFL's development league. In his first and only year in the AF2, Greisen threw for 2,718 yards and 61 touchdowns.
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