Rhein Fire

The Rhein Fire was a professional American football team in NFL Europe, formerly the World League of American Football. Established in Germany in 1995, the franchise resurrected the name of the former Birmingham Fire team which was active during the 1991-1992 WLAF seasons.

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Dialleo Burks - Professional Career - Career Statistics
... Year Team G Rec Yards Y/R TD 1996 Philadelphia Eagles 1998 ... Rhein Fire -- 109. 8.4 1999 ... Rhein Fire -- 656. 20.5 1999 ... Carolina Panthers 0. 2000. 1996 Philadelphia Eagles 1998 ... Rhein Fire -- 1999 ... Rhein Fire -- 1999 ... Carolina Panthers 0. 2000 ...
Matt Lytle - Professional Career - Rhein Fire
... In the 2000 offseason, Lytle played for the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe and won World Bowl VIII ...
Rhein Fire - Other Notable Personnel
... Ken Karcher - Assistant coach for the Fire, was previously an NFL replacement player and later became a collegiate head coach ...
Jeff Reinebold
... After coaching the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe for one season in 1995, he returned to the CFL in 1996 serving as Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator ... he returned to NFL Europe as Special teams coordinator and Defensive Back Coach of the Rhein Fire ... Under Reinebold, the Rhein Fire would win theWorld Bowl VIII ...

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