Siaha BurleyHead Coach
Burley comes to Jacksonville after a 6 year coaching career and a 11 year playing career. As a coach, Burley was most recently the offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Gladiators in 2017, he was the offensive coordinator of the Arizona Rattlers (2016), Orlando Predators (2014-2015), Chicago Rush (2013), and was the wide receivers coach for the Arizona Rattlers (2010). In his first season as the Sharks head coach he took over for Mark Stoute towards the end of the 2017 season. Burley went 5-1 with the Sharks and led the Sharks to a 2017 NAL Championship victory, the team's first league championship since 2011. Burley's playing career in Arena Football was nothing short of legendary. Burley ranked #11 all-time in career receptions (843), #12 all-time in career yards (10,810), and in career touchdowns (247) spending most of his career with the Arizona Rattlers. Burley spent his college career with University of Central Florida as a wide reciever where he played with NFL great Dante Culpepper.