The fledgling L.A. KISS of the Arena Football League will field a new-look team Saturday when it visits the Pittsburgh Power (5-3).
After a loss against Cleveland last week, the team's fifth consecutive defeat, the KISS (2-6) gave its roster a major overhaul. Seven players who suited up in the last game, including quarterback J.J. Raterink, are no longer with the team.
The KISS traded the struggling Raterink for the rights to Aaron Garcia, an 18-year veteran who is the league's career passing leader with 60,450 yards.
Garcia, 43, was the most valuable player of the 2011 AFL Championship game. He had unofficially retired from the league last month when he left his...