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Arena Football: Tampa Bay Storm at Milwaukee Mustangs preview capsule

Tampa Bay (2-4) at Milwaukee (1-5)

When/where: 8 tonight; Bradley Center

Radio/TV: 620-AM; niftytv.com

The skinny: The Storm has dropped four of its past five games. Tampa Bay is fourth in the South Division, one game ahead of New Orleans, while Milwaukee, on a two-game losing streak, shares the cellar with Philadelphia in the East. … The Storm holds a 5-3 advantage all time vs. Milwaukee, but Tampa Bay lost 72-61 on the road in the last meeting. … Mustangs receiver and former Seminole Damian Harrell is the Arena Football League's all-time leader in catches (1,126), receiving yards (14,717) and receiving touchdowns (352). … The Storm leads the AFL with 15 team sacks, and LB Cliff Dukes is tops in the league with seven. … Storm WR Huey Whittaker was named AFL offensive player of the week after catching 15 balls for 195 yards and five touchdowns in a 67-61 loss to Dallas on April 23.

Brandon Wright, Times correspondent

Arena Football: Tampa Bay Storm at Milwaukee Mustangs preview capsule 04/29/11 [Last modified: Friday, April 29, 2011 8:58pm]
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