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Tampa Bay Storm

  1. Defense leads Storm to rout of nemesis Jacksonville


    TAMPA — Happy belated birthday, Coach.

  2. Storm braces for Jacksonville's offense


    TAMPA — Tampa Bay's offense hasn't exactly been as productive as coach Lawrence Samuels would like.

    But his secondary has.

  3. Storm falls to Cleveland in final minute


    CLEVELAND — Dominick Goodman's touchdown with 52 seconds left broke a 48-48 tie and Donnie Fletcher's interception return clinched Cleveland's 62-54 Arena League victory over the Storm on Friday.

  4. After slow start, Tampa Bay Storm rips New Orleans


    TAMPA — What a difference a week can make.

  5. Storm offense lacks QB protection


    TAMPA — Storm QB Jason Boltus likely could describe every nook and cranny of Amalie Arena's ceiling after last week's game against San Jose. That's because he spent the vast majority of the night on his back.

  6. Storm falls to San Jose


    TAMPA — Turnovers and an insurmountable first-half deficit were the Storm's bugaboos Friday night as San Jose remained unbeaten with a 36-27 win in front of 8,588 at Amalie Arena.

  7. Storm's T.T. Toliver nears 1,000-reception plateau


    TAMPA — Don't talk to T.T. Toliver about records. Frankly, the Storm receiver isn't interested.

    T. T. Toliver  is sitting on 998 career catches and will likely become just the just the fourth player in AFL history to top the 1,000-reception mark Friday at Amalie Arena.

[Scott Audette, Tampa Bay Storm]
  8. Storm loses opener to Cleveland


    TAMPA — The season started the way the last one ended.

    Receiver T.T. Toliver, tackled by Cleveland’s Dominic Jones, leads the Storm with 12 catches for 161 yards and three touchdowns.
  9. Storm meets Cleveland on Friday in season opener


    TAMPA — Today couldn't come soon enough for Lawrence Samuels.

    Jason Boltus, who threw for 2,711 yards and 54 touchdowns last year for Orlando, starts at quarterback, replacing Randy Hippeard.
  10. Deflect (Belichick) and deny (Brady)


    New York Times

    At about 9:40 a.m. Thursday, New England coach Bill Belichick walked 10 minutes late into a packed media room at Gillette Stadium and said that he had no knowledge of how the Patriots came to use underinflated footballs in Sunday's AFC title game.