The Albany Empire and the AFL are suspending operations and might be gone for good.

The Times Union has reported that due to a lawsuit from a former insurance company the AFL will be closing its six local markets and reevaluating the future of the league.

Per a report in the Times Union:

A multi-million dollar lawsuit filed against the league by an insurance carrier that provided workers compensation coverage between 2009 and 2012 — before the current administration was involved — has caused the AFL to reevaluate its business model.


Randall Boe, who took over as commissioner in advance of the 2018 season, confirmed the report when reached by phone.

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