Rush wide receiver Reggie Gray, the team's player representative, spent much of his time last week trying to keep his teammates informed about the Arena Football League labor discussions.
On Saturday, Gray turned his attention to football as he caught three first-half touchdown passes to help the Rush claim a 62-27 victory over the Georgia Force at Allstate Arena. After the game, Gray said an agreement had been reached with the owners.
The Rush (8-5) remained unbeaten at home (7-0) as quarterback Russ Michna completed 17 of 26 passes for 217 yards and six touchdowns.
The Rush defense that had been embarrassed in it's 68-28 loss at Utah, rebounded with recently added defensive back Jorrick Calvin intercepting two passes and linebacker Kelvin Morris returning an interception 32 yards for a touchdown.
"We were able to do a lot of things we could do in the past, and that's play a lot of man (defense)," Rush coach Bob McMillen said.