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Trent Steelman’s football journey takes him from West Point to U.S. National Team to Baltimore Ravens camp

It was just four games, but they were games that made the fire inside Trent Steelman burn white hot. As a result of the International Federation of American Football World Championship, Steelman isn’t just ready to get back on the field again, he’s ready to plant himself on the turf for years to come. The …

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USA wide receiver Trent Steelman named tournament MVP

U.S. wide receiver Trent Steelman (13 with flag), a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy was named Most Valuable Player of the 2015 International Federation of American Football. Steelmen led the United States to a 4-0 record and a third straight gold medal in a 59-12 win over Japan. Steelman finished with a team-best 18 …

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U.S. Men’s National Team kicks the rust off in early practices

The U.S. Men’s National Team completed its first day of practice Monday at the University of Akron in preparation for the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) World Championship. The Americans did an hour and a half walkthrough Monday morning at InfoCision Stadium, which included setting up the base offensive and defensive formations. A more …

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U.S. wide receiver Trent Steelman knows well the honor of representing his country

Photo courtesy the U.S. Military Academy For most members of the 2015 U.S. Men’s National football team, the concept of playing for their country will be a new one. But after four years at The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Trent Steelman knows that feeling very well, and he is excited to get another …