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Terrill Shaw     

WR/DB
Born: February 4, 1976
Hometown: Magee, MS
6' 0", 190
College: Southern Mississippi

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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."

Dietz Throws 6 TD Passes In Key Storm Victory
Tampa Tribune
Their backs against the wall and their Arena Football playoff hopes on the line, the Tampa Bay Storm rose to the occasion Friday night.

Turnover costly as Gladiators fall
The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
The Gladia tors had Tampa Bay right where they wanted them, but a fumble on a kickoff turned the tide in Tampa Bay's favor in the fourth quarter as the Storm prevailed, 58-48, Friday night.

VooDoo fails to capitalize, falls to Storm
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
The visiting VooDoo had a chance to move into sole possession of first place in the Arena Football League's Southern Division on Friday night, but a stubborn Tampa Bay team had other ideas, defeating New Orleans 41-37.

Storm Make Most Of Big Plays, Win Home Opener
Tampa Tribune
Two big plays turned the game in the favor of the Tampa Bay Storm during their home opener Friday night. The first was a bit wacky and one only the Arena Football League could provide. The second was a heads-up play turned into a one-man athletic display.

Ex-Golden Eagles catch on in AFL
Hattiesburg American
A total of 23 players from Conference USA schools appeared on the opening day rosters of the Arena Football League when the AFL began its 22nd season last weekend.

Storm Defense Turns In Strong Effort
Tampa Tribune
In the Arena Football League, a few stops a game is all a defense needs to lead the team to victory. So there was a reason for Storm coach Tim Marcum to feel pretty good after watching his defense Saturday morning.