Siaha Burley
Siaha  Burley

Mesa, AZ

High School:
Central Florida

Last College:
Central Florida

Offensive Coordinator


PRO CAREER: Hired by the Orlando Predators as the team's offensive coordinator on January 27, 2014, Siaha Burley enters his second season with the Predators and his fourth as an Arena Football coach. He began his coaching career as the wide receiver's coach for the Arizona Rattlers in 2011. In 2013, he was named offensive coordinator for the Chicago Rush before serving in the same capacity with the Orlando Predators in 2014. Prior to coaching, Burley enjoyed a standout career as a receiver in the AFL. He was selected to the League's All-Rookie team as a member of the Predators in 2001. After two seasons in Orlando, he spent a year with the Los Angeles Avengers before joining the Arizona Rattlers in 2004. Burley enjoyed his finest seasons in the AFL with the Rattlers in 2005 and Utah Blaze in 2006, earning AFL Offensive Player of the Year honors both seasons. He finished his career with the Rattlers in 2010. Burley played collegiately at Mesa Community College and the University of Central Florida. Before coming to the AFL, he also spent time in the NFL with the Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys, as well as a stint in the XFL with the Orlando Rage

BACKGROUND: WR, Mesa Community College (1995-1996); Central Florida (1997-1998). WR, Miami Dolphins (NFL, 1999); Seattle Seahawks (NFL, 1999); Orlando Rage (XFL, 2000); Dallas Cowboys (NFL, 2001); Orlando Predators (2001-2002); Los Angeles Avengers (2003); Arizona Rattlers (2004-2005, 2008, 2010); Utah Blaze (2006-2007).