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Tampa Bay Storm finalizes opening day roster

With its first game Saturday, the Tampa Bay Storm finalized its opening day roster Monday:

1 QB Brett Dietz 6-4, 235

2 WR Sedrick Robinson 5-9, 180

3 DB Reggie Lewis 5-10, 199 *

4 WR Hank Edwards 6-3, 185

5 WR Tyrone Timmons 6-4, 215

6 DL Cliff Dukes 6-3, 270

8 DL Tim McGill 6-2, 345

11 QB Drew Weatherford 6-2, 215 #

12 LB/DL Terrence Royal 6-2, 260 @

15 FB/LB Chad Cook 6-1, 245

18 K Garrett Rivas 5-9, 215

19 WR/DB Anthony Ivy 6-0, 190

21 DB Michael Hawthorne 6-3, 205

24 DB Brandon Hefflin 6-0, 185

32 DB Deonte Bolden 5-11, 175

51 C Gregory Hammond 6-2, 338

68 C Robert Powell 6-5, 315

75 OL Thomas Kaleita 6-6, 325

77 OL Emmanuel Akah 6-4, 330

82 WR/DB John Roberson 5-10, 175

98 DL Jermaine Smith 6-3, 285

Injured reserve

9 DB Daryon Brutley 6-0, 190

13 DB Byron Jones 5-10, 195

17 WR DeAndrew Rubin 6-0, 185 @

35 DB James McCoy 5-10, 180


80 WR/LB Talon Saint-Michaels 6-0, 220

* Florida

# Florida State


Tampa Bay Storm finalizes opening day roster 03/29/10 [Last modified: Monday, March 29, 2010 11:58pm]
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