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  1. HORRORShow


    Archie Manning leaned back in his chair and muttered: "I hate football."

    Archie Manning watches his sons on screens at a studio in New York. Kathy Willens/AP
  2. Arian Foster dares to stand alone


    I saw the headline a few days ago, and my first response was: "Is that really even a headline?" The confession is a shocking one only because it's so close to the mainstream and so far removed from anything we normally associate with confession material.

    Foster: “I don’t believe in God.”
  3. Storm ends season with loss


    ORLANDO — The Predators finished a three-game season sweep of the Storm with a 59-40 victory at Amway Center on Saturday.

  4. Playoffs out of reach, so Storm eyes payback vs. Orlando


    TAMPA — The Storm's playoff hopes were dashed last week and with nothing but pride to play for tonight, it would be easy to pull the plug on the season and start booking tee times.

    Except Tampa Bay is facing Orlando.

    "We came up an inch short (in the second meeting)," quarterback Jason Boltus said. "And we didn't move the ball at the end when we had a chance to put it away the first time out against them.'' 

[Scott Audette, Tampa Bay Storm]
  5. Storm wins but eliminated from playoffs


    TAMPA — Kiss the playoffs goodbye.

    Tampa Bay rallied to beat Los Angeles but didn't get the needed help from Cleveland, as the Storm was eliminated from the postseason despite beating the Kiss 38-34 in front of an AFL season-best 16,308 Saturday night at Amalie Arena.

  6. Storm's playoffs begin with last two regular-season games


    TAMPA — The Arena League playoffs don't start for another two weeks, but for the Storm, elimination games begin tonight.

  7. Tampa Bay Storm on brink of missing playoffs


    JACKSONVILLE — The Storm lost its fourth in a row and fell further back in the AFL playoff race after being thoroughly beaten by Jacksonville 63-16 Saturday at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

  8. Tampa Bay Storm falls to lowly New Orleans, hurts playoff bid


    NEW ORLEANS — The Storm fell to league-worst New Orleans 65-53 Saturday night.

  9. Orlando Predators beat Storm on questionable call


    TAMPA — Another "War on I-4," another wacky ending.

  10. Kendrick Ings charts a new path to Tampa Bay Storm


    TAMPA — Kendrick Ings always knew he'd make it. He just didn't know when.

    Kendrick Ings signed with the Tampa Bay Storm six years after graduating high school and having never played college football. 

TAMPA, FL - MARCH 10: Tampa Bay Storm Headshots at the Amalie Arena on March 10, 2015. [Photo: Tampa Bay Storm]