The Cedar Rapids Titans have signed former Wichita Falls quarterback Charles McCullum. He was the 2016 and 2017 MVP during his time in Wichita Falls.
This is not his first time playing with the Titans. He was their starting quarterback in 2013, leading them to the United Conference Championship game. That was the first of four seasons that Cedar Rapids had made the conference title game prior to last season.
During his 2017 campaign with the Nighthawks, McCullum threw for 3,049 yards and 75 touchdowns. He also made moves with his feet, rushing for 276 yards and 12 touchdowns.
He currently ranks second in Indoor Football League history in both passing yards (11,942) and passing touchdowns (263) behind only the great Chris Dixon.
Cedar Rapids will be playing their eighth season in the IFL. The league itself will be playing its 10th season in 2018. According to the press release, the schedule will be released “in the coming weeks.”
McCullum told arena/indoor football journalist Stephen Ur III on Oct. 18 that “wherever I end up at, we are going to compete and compete hard.”