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James Arellanes (born January 30, 1974) is a former American professional football player who was a quarterback in the NFL Europe League (NFLEL), the Arena Football League
Arena Football League
(AFL), and the XFL. He played for the Rhein Fire
Rhein Fire
of the NFLEL, the Carolina Cobras
Carolina Cobras
and Florida Bobcats
Florida Bobcats
of the AFL, and the Orlando Rage
Orlando Rage
of the XFL. Arellanes played collegiately at Los Angeles Valley College
Los Angeles Valley College
before transferring to Fresno State.[1] Professional career[edit] Arellanes was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks following the 1997 NFL Draft. After spending training camp with the team, he was released during the preseason on August 16. Later that year, he was signed to the Seahawks' practice squad. Following the 1997 season, Arellanes was allocated to the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe, where he was the back-up to Mike Quinn. Rhein finished the regular season in second place with a record of 7–3 and qualified for the championship game, World Bowl
World Bowl
'98. Due to an injury to Quinn, Arellanes started the game and led the Rhein Fire
Rhein Fire
to a 34–10 victory over the Frankfurt Galaxy, the first championship in team history. He completed 12 of 18 passes for 263 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions, a performance which earned him Most Valuable Player honors.[2] References[edit]

^ Fernando Dominguez (December 10, 1994). "Valley Quarterback Arellanes Says He'll Play for Fresno State". www.latimes.com. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 21, 2016.  ^ Andrews, Edmund L. (June 15, 1998). " Rhein Fire
Rhein Fire
Beats Frankfurt Galaxy". The New York Times. Retrieved June 24, 2012. 

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Fresno State Bulldogs starting quarterbacks

Bill Yancy (1978) Gary Kaiser (1979) Sergio Toscano (1979–1981) Jeff Tedford
Jeff Tedford
(1981–1982) Kevin Sweeney (1983–1986) Eric Buechele (1987) Dave Telford (1987) Mark Barsotti (1988–1991) Trent Dilfer
Trent Dilfer
(1991–1993) Brian Rowe (1991) Adrian Claiborne (1994) Richie Donati (1994–1995) Jim Arellanes (1995–1996) Billy Volek
Billy Volek
(1997–1999) David Carr (2000–2001) Jeff Grady (2002–2003) Paul Pinegar (2002–2005) Tom Brandstater
Tom Brandstater
(2006–2008) Sean Norton (2006) Ryan Colburn (2009–2010) Derek Carr
Derek Carr
(2011–2013) Brian Burrell (2014) Zack Greenlee (2014–2015) Chason Virgil (2015–2017) Ford Childress (2015) Kilton Anderson (2015) Zach Kline (2016) Marcus McMaryion (2017)

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Rhein Fire
Rhein Fire
starting quarterbacks

Gino Torretta (1995) Andy Kelly (1995–1996) Terry Dean (1996) T. J. Rubley (1997) Josh LaRocca (1997) Mike Quinn
Mike Quinn
(1998) Jim Arellanes (1998–1999) Mike Cherry (1999) Danny Wuerffel
Danny Wuerffel
(2000) Giovanni Carmazzi (2001) Phil Stambaugh (2001) Tee Martin (2002) Nick Rolovich
Nick Rolovich
(2003) Chad Hutchinson (2004) Greg Zolman (2004) Andy Hall (2005) Scott McBrien (2005) Drew Henson
Drew Henson
(2006) Timmy Chang (2006) Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
(2007)

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Carolina Cobras
Carolina Cobras
starting quarterbacks

Jim Arellanes (2000) Carlos Garay (2000) Fred McNair (2000–2001) Aaron Sparrow (2002) Connell Maynor (2002) John Fitzgerald (2002) Chad DeGrenier (2003) Robert Hall (2003) Glen Gauntt (2003) Ron Lopez (2003) Stewart Patridge (2003) Matt Nagy (2004) Rickey Foggie
Rickey Foggie
(2004)

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Sacramento Attack / Miami Hooters / Florida Bobcats
Florida Bobcats
starting quarterbacks

Mike Hold (1992) Chris Parker (1992) Jim Jensen (1993–1994) John Fourcade (1993) Mike Rhodes (1993) Mike Burkhead (1994) Clemente Gordon (1994, 1998, 2000) Mike Pawlawski (1995) Bryan Fortay (1995) Charles Puleri (1995) Sam Hughes (1995) Matt Vogler (1995) Fred McNair (1996–2000) Braniff Bonaventure (1999) Jim Arellanes (2000) Todd Hammel (2000) Rickey Foggie
Rickey Foggie
(2001)

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Orlando Rage
Orlando Rage
roster

Jeremy Akers Patrise Alexander Ken Anderson Jim Arellanes Mario Bailey Shawn Banks Ricky Bell Mike Black Cheston Blackshear Patrick Bonner Jeff Brohm Omar Brown James Burgess Dialleo Burks Mark Campbell Derrick Clark Sedric Clark Jimmy Clements Scott Cloman Dan Collins Shannon Culver Joe Cummings Cal Dixon Reggie Doster Bill Duff Steve Fisher Tony Gaiter Jason Gamble Cory Gilliard Dan Goodspeed Lawrence Hart Ben Huff Terrance Huston Kevin Jefferson Brian Kuklick Sean Love Kelly Malveaux Vince Marrow Corey Mayfield Jeff Miller Garin Patrick Andre Purvis Louis Riddick James Roberson James Roe Hassan Shamsid-Deen Brian Shay Greg Spann Kevin Swayne Jay Taylor Rich Young

Head coach: Galen Hall

Assistant coaches: Mike Kelly Mike Jones Les Moss Whitey Jordan Matt Moore Charlie Bailey Mickey Mays Steve Carson Tom

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