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    Arena Football Week 4

    Week 4
    Friday, April 23 2010
    Utah @ Chicago 8:30 pm
    Tulsa @ Arizona 10:30 pm

    Saturday, April 24, 2010
    Oklahoma City @ Iowa 8:05 pm
    Tampa Bay @ Milwaukee 8:00 pm
    Bye: Alabama, Bossier-Shreveport, Dallas, Cleveland, Jacksonville,
    Orlando, Spokane

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    OKLAHOMA CITY
    ACTIVATING FROM TEAM SUSPENSION
    OL/DL Howard Duncan 6’4’’ 290 11/15/80 Oklahoma
    PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    FB/LB Tyrone McGriff 6’1 230 8/14/86 Florida A&M

    CHICAGO
    ACTIVATING FROM RECALLABLE REASSIGNMENT
    DB Miguel Scott 6’1 190 7/30/84 NC State
    PLACING ON TEAM SUSPENSION
    OL/DL Mark Weivoda 6’2 290 11/29/80 Idaho State

    CLEVELAND
    ACTIVATING FROM RTR AND PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    OL/DL Michael Galassi 6’4 305 2/27/85 Kent St

    OKLAHOMA CITY
    ACTIVATING FROM RECALLABLE REASSIGNMENT
    LB/FB Fred Rollins 6’1 285 12/22/84 Mary-Hardin Baylor
    PLACING ON TEAM SUSPENSION
    FB/LB Anthony Kelly 6’3 240 9/21/83 Florida State

    TULSA
    PLACING ON INJURED RESERVE
    OL/DL Roderick Green 6’5’’ 305 6/23/82 Arkansas- Pine Bluff

    SPOKANE
    PLACING ON INJURED RESERVE
    OL/DL Rob McMackin 6’4’’ 330 5/27/82 Towson
    WR Quorey Payne 5’10 185 10/12/82 Southern Illinois (4/16/10 Admin. Correction)

    TAMPA BAY
    PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    WR/DB John Roberson 5’10 175 11/10/82 Texas A&M

    UTAH
    HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED
    FB/LB Tyler Clutts 6’2 250 11/9/84 Fresno State
    PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    DL Frank Harry Jr 6’3 290 8/18/85 Southern

    TULSA
    ACTIVATING FROM PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
    DL Adam Huebner 6’4 295 6/20/83 Purdue

    CLEVELAND
    PLACING ON RECALLABLE REASSIGNMENT
    WR/DB Nicholas Patterson 6’1 210 8/11/86 Ohio State
    OL/DL Bryan Robinson 6’3’’ 290 1/25/86 Wesley College

    DALLAS
    PLACING ON INJURED RESERVE
    OL/DL Garry Battle 6’2’’ 315 9/17/85 Fayetteville State

    MILWAUKEE
    TRADED TO UTAH
    FB/LB Damian Walker 6’3 270 04/29/80 Howard
    TRADED FROM UTAH
    Future Considerations

    TULSA
    PLACING ON OTHER LEAGUE EXEMPT
    WR/DB Donnie Amadi 5’11 185 10/6/81 Kansas (CFL)

    UTAH
    PLACING ON RECALLABLE REASSIGNMENT
    DB Travis Brown 5’11 190 12/21/82 Oregon State
    PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    K Kenneth Byrd 6’0’’ 180 6/25/84 New Mexico
    TRADED TO MILWAUKEE
    Future Considerations
    TRADED FROM MILWAUKEE
    FB/LB Damian Walker 6’3 270 04/29/80 Howard

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    Tulsa Talons remain atop the AFL Fan Poll
    04/20/2010 2:22 PM

    Week three of the AFL Fan Poll saw the top three remain the same. The Tulsa Talons remained number one despite having the week off, while the Chicago Rush remained second and the Milwaukee Iron falling in the third position. The Spokane Shock moved into the fourth spot after their 78-70 win over the previously unbeaten Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings. The biggest climber this week was the Jacksonville Sharks who climbed from ninth last week to number five this week. The Battle Wings fell from fourth to sixth this week while the Alabama Vipers remained in seventh. The Tampa Bay Storm moved two spots from tenth to eighth, and the Arizona Rattler dropped from fifth last week to ninth this week. Rounding out the top ten this week and making their first appearance in this season fan poll is the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz who defeated the Cleveland Gladiators 63-50 for their first AFL win.

    Week 3 Fan Poll Results

    Rank Team Points First Place Votes
    1. Tulsa Talons (137) (6)
    2. Chicago Rush (135) (5)
    3. Milwaukee Iron (132) (4)
    4. Spokane Shock (98)
    5. Jacksonville Sharks (73)
    6. Bossier Battle Wings (70)
    7. Alabama Vipers (67)
    8. Tampa Bay Storm (50)
    9. Arizona Rattlers (45)
    10.OK City Yard Dawgz (16)

    Others Receiving Votes
    Dallas Vigilantes (2)


    Chicago Rush remain on top of Week 3 AFLWA Poll
    04/21/2010 10:47 AM

    The top three teams held their positions in the Arena Football League Writers Association (AFLWA) Top 8 Poll.

    Receiving 10 of the 12 first-place votes, the Chicago Rush (3-0) remained on top with 94 points. The other two first-place votes went to the No. 3 Milwaukee Iron (2-0), which had 70 points, just one behind the No. 2 Tulsa Talons (2-0).

    Two teams moved up two spots – the No. 4 Spokane Shock (2-1) and the No. 5 Alabama Vipers (2-1).

    Expect movement in next week’s poll -- half of the Top 8 teams are off this week.

    The AFLWA, founded at the start of the 2004 season, is a national organization made up of media members who cover the Arena Football League. Mark Anderson of Pro Football Weekly and the Las Vegas Review-Journal is the AFLWA's founder and executive director. The website is www.aflwa.com.

    AFLWA TOP 8 POLL (Week 1)
    Rk. Team [1st Place] W-L Pts. Pvs. This week
    1. Chicago Rush [10] 3-0 94 1 vs. Utah
    2. Tulsa Talons 2-0 71 2 at Arizona
    3. Milwaukee Iron (2) 2-0 70 3 vs. Tampa Bay
    4. Spokane Shock 2-1 45 6 Open
    5. Alabama Vipers 2-1 39 7 Open
    6. Jacksonville Sharks 2-1 34 — Open
    7. B-Shreveport B-Wings 2-1 30 5 Open
    8. Tampa Bay Storm 1-1 26 — at Milwaukee


    Others receiving votes: Arizona Rattlers 15, Dallas Vigilantes 4, Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz 2, Cleveland Gladiators 1.
    Dropped out: Arizona Rattlers (4), Dallas Vigilantes (7).


    Chicago regains control of Week 3 Coaches Poll
    04/21/2010 10:52 AM



    CHICAGO REGAINS CONTROL IN WEEK 3 COACHES POLL
    TULSA – The Chicago Rush have climbed back to the top of the coaches poll this week on the heels of their 70-56 victory over the Arizona Rattlers last Saturday. The Rush are the sole team with a record of 3-0, with two of their victories coming on the road.
    Tulsa dropped to No. 2 after spending a week at the top. They observed their first bye of the season in Week 3 action, but are set to face Arizona on Friday in Phoenix. Milwaukee remained at No. 3 despite their 65-48 home victory over their division rival Iowa Barnstormers.
    The biggest climber from last week were the Spokane Shock. They were ranked No. 9 in the Week 2 poll after starting their season 1-1. Their sole loss was versus the Milwaukee Iron in Week 1. However, the Shock climbed five spots to No. 4 this week after they pulled out a victory over the previously undefeated Bossier-Shreveport BattleWings, 78-70. The Dallas Vigilantes took the largest plunge, dropping four spots after their 41-54 loss against Tampa Bay.

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    CLEVELAND
    HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED
    DB Levy Brown 5’11 195 8/15/80 Florida A&M
    DL Johnny Dingle 6’2 260 11/9/84 West Virginia

    OKLAHOMA CITY
    ACTIVATING FROM TEAM SUSPENSION
    OL/DL Kevin Myers 6’6 338 06/20/85 New Mexico Highlands
    PLACING ON TEAM SUSPENSION
    FB/LB Victor Mann 6’2 285 9/13/82 Kansas State

    SPOKANE
    PLACING ON INJURED RESERVE
    DB Rod Mosley 5’11 185 5/23/85 Texas A&M-Kingsville

    TAMPA BAY
    ACTIVATING FROM PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
    WR DeAndrew Rubin 6’0 185 10/9/78 S. Florida Permalink Reply by TALONS100 1 day ago
    JACKSONVILLE
    PLACING ON REASSIGNMENT
    OL/DL Dave Howell 6’5 315 12/26/84 Portland State


    MILWAUKEE
    HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED
    DB Anothony Ivy 6’0 195 11/20/85 Tennessee-Martin
    ACTIVATING FROM REFUSE TO REPORT
    QB Chris Crane 6’5 240 4/18/86 Boston College
    PLACING ON RECALLABLE REASSIGNMENT
    QB Brett Hall 6’3 210 12/8/82 Albany
    PLACING ON INJURED RESERVE
    WR Antoine Burns 6’0 215 10/13/79 Minnesota
    DB Perry Kyles 5’11 190 11/16/82 Tennessee

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