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Breaking News: Kenny McEntyre To Be Activated For Orlando Predators

Adam Markowitz
Wednesday June 6, 2012

ORLANDO: The Orlando Predators have announced that Kenny McEntyre will be returning to the team in time for this week's game against the San Jose SaberCats. "The Glove" will return to an Orlando team that is just 1-10 and probably needs to win out to have any chance whatsoever of keeping its streak of 19 consecutive playoff appearances alive.

The Predators have also signed former Tampa Bay Storm QB Matt Grothe, who could reasonably become the fourth different quarterback that they have used this year. Grothe, who is a former starting quarterback for the South Florida Bulls, was just released by the Storm last week. Grothe is expected to step in as the team's backup in place of Justin Roper.

Adam Markowitz is an accountant and a freelance sports writer living in Orlando. As a Florida State graduate with degrees in music and history, the garnet and gold will forever be a part of him, but he bleeds the black and red of the Orlando Predators like none other. Adam has been following the AFL since 1991 and has been at well over 200 games, including 15 ArenaBowls. You can follow Adam on Twitter @AFLGuru.
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