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  1. Tampa Bay Storm defensive back James Harrell charged with DUI

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    TAMPA — The day before the Tampa Bay Storm finish the regular season with a game at Jacksonville, defensive back James Harrell was arrested early Friday morning on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence.

    The day before the Tampa Bay Storm finish the regular season with a game at Jacksonville, defensive back James Harrell was arrested early Friday morning on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office]
  2. Blocked FG in final second helps Storm win 41-40

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    TAMPA — In the swarm of players at the line of scrimmage, it was hard to identify which Storm defensive lineman got his hand up to block Portland's potential winning field goal in the final second.

  3. Storm QB Kennedy gets another chance to start

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    TAMPA — Quarterback Adam Kennedy came on in relief and played a big part in the Storm nearly pulling off an upset of Philadelphia last week. Saturday, he'll get a shot from the opening drive.

    Tampa Bay Storm's quarterback Adam Kennedy lines up a pass during the Tampa Bay Storm's game against the Philadelphia Soul on Saturday afternoon, July 16, 2016 at Amalie Arena in Tampa.
ZACK WITTMAN  |  Times
  4. Fennelly: No quit in T.T. Toliver, AFL's oldest player

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    TAMPA — Yes, it's Arena Football.

    Yes, it's 1-13 Arena Football.

    But then there's T.T. Toliver.

    "He's inspiring," Tampa Bay Storm president and Bucs great Derrick Brooks said. "No, the season hasn't gone as planned, but we have something special here."

    That kid at receiver.

    You know, …

    Tampa Bay Storm wide receiver T.T. Toliver during team practice at Skyway Park in Tampa on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. (Octavio Jones, Times)
  5. Storm stays close but falls to 1-13 with loss to Philadelphia

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    TAMPA — The Storm stayed within striking distance and took a brief lead in the second half, but Philadelphia proved too much, winning 56-51 Saturday before 8,406 at Amalie Arena.

    Tampa Bay Storm's Prechae Rodriguez throws his fist into the air in celebration after scoring a touchdown during the Tampa Bay Storm's game against the Philadelphia Soul on Saturday afternoon, July 16, 2016 at Amalie Arena in Tampa.
ZACK WITTMAN  |  Times
  6. Multi-game week trying for Storm

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    TAMPA — The schedule hasn't been kind to the Storm this year. Neither have the schedule makers.

  7. Storm falls to 1-12 with loss to Los Angeles

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    ANAHEIM — After being tied at halftime, the Tampa Bay Storm allowed the game's next 27 points and lost 48-21 at the Los Angeles Kiss late Monday. Tampa Bay (1-12) has dropped five straight, none by fewer than 23 points.

  8. Orlando rolls over Tampa Bay Storm

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    ORLANDO — A motivated Orlando rolled the Storm 56-33 Friday night before 13,527 at Amway Center.

  9. Toliver gets Arena Football receiving record in Storm loss

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    TAMPA — The only drama was when the record would fall.

  10. Storm's T.T. Toliver closes in on two more Arena Football records

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    TAMPA — Storm fans have had little to cheer about in this 1-9 season, but tonight likely will give them plenty of reason to celebrate.