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Kyle Moore-Brown     

Born: February 26, 1971
Hometown: Newark, NJ
6' 4", 306
College: Kansas
Other Pro Experience: NFL 

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Hall of Fame Opens Doors to Four in 2014
Adam Markowitz,
The hallowed doors of the Arena Football League Hall of Fame have opened their doors once again for the 2014 class. Four new members have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Andre Bowden, Damian Harrell, Kyle Moore-Brown, and Omarr Smith are the four newest members of AFL immortality.

Arena Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014 Announced
AFL Press Release
CHICAGO During the National Conference Championship Game on ESPN2, AFL Commissioner Jerry B. Kurz announced the Arena Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. The group, consisting of four players, will forever be enshrined in Arena Football League history.

AFL Announces 2014 Arena Football Hall of Fame Finalists
AFL Press Release
After tallying the nominations put forth by the Arena Football Hall of Fame Advisory Board and AFL fans, the Arena Football League has named ten finalists for the Arena Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014.

Original member of Crush released
Denver Post
Another shoe dropped for a Colorado Crush veteran Wednesday, as the Arena Football League team announced that lineman Dustin Barno had been released.

Dailey calls for greater intensity
Denver Post
Coach Mike Dailey is calling on a solid nucleus of players from the Colorado Crush's ArenaBowl championship team of 2005 to lead this year's team out of an early-season slump in the Arena Football League.

New season, new look
Rocky Mountain News
The Crush roster will have a new look this season, but coach Mike Dailey prefers to focus on the players he has instead of the ones who got away.

5 questions for Kyle Moore-Brown, Crush veteran offensive lineman
Rocky Mountain News
Crush offensive lineman Kyle Moore-Brown is 37 and ready to start his 14th Arena Football League season. He has started 211 consecutive games for Albany, Indiana and the Crush - all under coach Mike Dailey. He recently talked about his career with staff writer Jim Benton.

"Big Dog" had a standout senior season at the University of Kansas, leading the Jayhawks with 20.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage and leading all defensive linemen with 69 tackles. He was named honorable mention All-Big Eight. Moore-Brown ranks third on the all-time Kansas sack with (15.5) and had 109 career tackles (65 solo).