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2002 Frankfurt Galaxy season

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2002 Frankfurt Galaxy season

2002 Frankfurt Galaxy season
Head coach Doug Graber
General manager Tilman Engel
Home field Waldstadion
Record 6–4
Division place 3rd
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season      Next season
2001      2003

The 2002 Frankfurt Galaxy season was the tenth season for the franchise in the NFL Europe League (NFLEL). The team was led by head coach Doug Graber in his second year, and played its home games at Waldstadion in Frankfurt, Germany. They finished the regular season in third place with a record of six wins and four losses.


Free agent draft

2002 Frankfurt Galaxy NFLEL free agent draft selections
Draft order Player name Position College
Round Choice Overall
1 1 1 DeAngelo Lloyd DE Tennessee
2 1 7 Donta Kendrick G Southern California
3 6 18 Jahi Henley CB Tennessee Tech
4 1 19 Rashidi Barnes S Colorado
5 6 30 Andre Offing LB South Carolina
6 1 31 Albert Traylor G Northwestern State
7 6 42 Jon Michals DE Minnesota
8 1 43 Malcolm Johnson WR Notre Dame
9 1 46 Jack Hawley QB San Diego State
10 1 47 Dave Stachelski TE Boise State






NFL Europe League
Team W L T PCT PF PA Home Road STK
Rhein Fire 7 3 0 .700 166 156 4–1 3–2 L1
Berlin Thunder 6 4 0 .600 231 188 3–2 3–2 W3
Frankfurt Galaxy 6 4 0 .600 189 174 3–2 3–2 L2
Scottish Claymores 5 5 0 .500 197 172 3–2 2–3 W1
Amsterdam Admirals 4 6 0 .400 218 202 2–3 2–3 W2
Barcelona Dragons 2 8 0 .200 202 311 1–4 1–4 L3



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