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Hank Edwards     

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Born: May 2, 1983
Hometown: Hollywood, FL
6' 3", 185
College: Texas Southern

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After long wait, first playoff game on tap
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

New Orleans VooDoo blows two-touchdown lead in home loss to Pittsburgh Power
The Times-Picayune

Power escape VooDoo for 10th straight win
Tribune-Review

VooDoo eye redemption against Power
SportsNOLA.com

Power mount comeback in final minutes for 4th straight win
Tribune-Review

Predators yield winning TD with 1 second left, fall to Power
Orlando Sentinel

Power hold off Soul behind QB Grady, WR Wright
Tribune-Review

Spokane Shock linebacker Derrick Summers ready to face LA Kiss
The Spokesman Review

Shock Look To Rebound vs. Tampa Bay
KHQ Right Now

Shock Look To Rebound vs. Tampa Bay
Sports and Weather Right Now

Cleveland Gladiators throw 29-yard TD pass as time expires to stun Spokane
The Plain Dealer

Shock fall victim to last-gasp Hail Mary
The Spokesman Review

SaberCats at Stockton Arena Photo Gallery
Stockton Record
The San Jose SaberCats of the Arena Football League, coached by Edison High graduate Darren Arbet, played an exhibition game against the Chicago Rush at the Stockton Arena March 7.

Edwards, Brookins and Stewart Return to SaberCats
San Jose SaberCats Press Release
The SaberCats announced today that they have been assigned three players from their 2012 roster; wide receiver Hank Edwards, defensive back Mervin Brookins, both on one-year deals, and defensive lineman Jason Stewart, on a two-year contract.

San Jose SaberCats preview capsule for game at Chicago Rush
San Jose Mercury News

San Jose SaberCats vs. Spokane Shock preview capsule
San Jose Mercury News

SaberCats-Rush: What to watch for
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

Blaze 4-game win streak ends at San Jose
ABC 4

SaberCats dominate Barnstormers
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

Arena football: San Jose SaberCats defense does its job in a victory
San Jose Mercury News

SaberCats open 2012 AFL season with high hopes
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

SaberCats Add Wide Receiver Hank Edwards
San Jose SaberCats Press Release
The SaberCats today announced the addition of former Tampa Bay Storm wide receiver Hank Edwards. Edwards (6-3, 215, Texas Southern) most recently spent time with the Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League in 2011.

Tampa Bay Storm wins season finale 57-44 over San Jose SaberCats
Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay Storm rallies to win season finale 57-44 over San Jose SaberCats
Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay Storm falls to Georgia Force 58-40 despite Matt Grothes big day
Tampabay.com

Hill too much for Storm
Tbo.com
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Sitting down with Tampa Bay Storm executive and former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Jeff Gooch
Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay Storm defeats Philadelphia Soul 51-48
Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay Storm fall to Utah Blaze 72-36
Tampabay.com

Storm have eye on sixth league championship
Tbo.com

New Orleans VooDoo set to open AFL season against Tampa Bay Storm
NOLA.com

New-look Storm ready to roll into arena season
Tbo.com

Shock Capture ArenaBowl with 69-57 Win Over Tampa Bay
Sports and Weather Right Now

Champions! Shock beat Storm in ArenaBowl XXIII
Northwest Cable News

Spokane Shock are AFL champions
The Spokesman Review

Tampa Bay Storm falls in ArenaBowl title game 69-57 to Spokane Shock
Tampabay.com

Storm one win from sixth AFL crown
Tbo.com
The Arena Football League's most successful franchise is headed back to the ArenaBowl. The Tampa Bay Storm knocked off the Orlando Predators 63-62 in a wild American Conference Championship game Saturday night at the Forum, securing their first trip to the AFL title game in seven years.

Tampa Bay Storm beats Tulsa 68-38 in Arena Football playoff opener
Tampabay.com

Now an AFL team, Talons continue postseason tradition
Tulsa World

Tampa Bay guns for Talons in playoffs
Tulsa World

Playoff Picture Breakdown - After July 9
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
With playoff fever at a frenzy, I decided to bring you a some early Breaking it Down tidbits in this postseason update. There were three Arena games Friday night, all of which Sunshine State teams won and right now all three would be in the playoffs. Let's look at those three games and the playoff implications heading into the rest of Week 15.

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 14
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
Aaron Garcia became the league’s all-time leader in passing yards, Rod Windsor became the fourth AFL player to reach 150 catches in a single-season and the playoff picture is starting to shape out. This and the most AFL recap coverage anywhere in the known universe is just a click away…

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 13
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
This was one of the most lopsided weeks in recent league history with six of the seven games being decided by at least 12 points. Home teams continued their unprecedented domination this year and Utah became the first team mathematically eliminated from playoff contention (though the Blaze hasn’t contended in its last six games). This and more AFL stuff than you can shake a stick at are in this week’s Breaking it Down.

Tryout has paid off for Storm receiver Edwards
Tbo.com

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 12
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
The dirty dozen edition of Breaking it Down featured three division leaders losing, the home team winning six of seven contests, numerous players went over season stat thresholds and Kenny McEntyre’s Week 11 rant apparently paid off big time for his Preds. This and much more interesting, mind-blowing and totally useless nuggets of AFL history are just a click away…

Drained Storm reaches season finale
Tampabay.com
Not making the playoffs is such an unusual thing for Storm coach Tim Marcum (he will be home for only the second time in 14 seasons here) that this week has felt a bit surreal. "It has been totally weird," Marcum said. "I keep replaying the whole season. We were four calls and a couple plays away from being 11-5."

Grieb helps SaberCats edge Storm
CBS 2
for 274 yards and nine touchdowns in the San Jose SaberCats' 73-70 victory over the Tampa Bay Storm on Saturday night in the Arena Football League. ...

Storm improves playoff hopes with victory
Tampabay.com
If there's a sense of urgency for the Tampa Bay Storm, the response has been impressive.

Edwards goes from working on cars to Storm receiver
Tampabay.com
Hank Edwards went to work in an auto repair shop in West Palm Beach for his father not long after his playing career at Texas Southern ended. His job was to perform oil changes and install brakes, but once in a while, he was allowed to do the big stuff.

Victory Slips Through Storm's Fingers In Final Seconds
Tampa Tribune
Storm coach Tim Marcum has endured plenty of losses in his days, but none has stung as bad as Sunday's.

Unbeaten Soul praise unsung defense
Cherry Hill Courier Post
The Soul have scored more than 60 points in each of their four games this season, and that makes it easy to downplay the defense's role in the team's 4-0 start.

Breaking it down - 2008 Week Three
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
With Week Three of the 2008 Arena Football League season in the books, here are some breakdowns of this past week’s AFL action based on interesting statistical and historical notes, weekly leaders and other things from each game.