Cincinnati Jungle Kats


The Cincinnati Jungle Kats were an arena football team that played at U.S. Bank Arena in 2007. The team was owned by former Bengals defensive tackle Sam Adams, Cincinnati Reds right fielder Ken Griffey Jr., and Cincinnati Reds medical director Dr. Timothy Kremchek. They played in the AF2, a tier below the top-level Arena Football League. The name honored the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's tiger conservation efforts.


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