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Lin-J Shell     

Born: October 22, 1981
Hometown: Orlando, FL
5' 11", 185
College: Jacksonville State
Other Pro Experience: CFL 

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New Orleans VooDoo resigns some players from last seson's team
The Times-Picayune -
The New Orleans VooDoo has announced the re-signing of defensive lineman Henry Bryant, linebacker Norman LeJeune, fullback James Lynch, offensive/defensive lineman Kevin McAlmont, defensive back Lin-J Shell and defensive lineman Michale Spicer .

Utah Blaze: New defensive coordinator, general manager hired
Deseret News
Utah Blaze head coach Ron James announced Friday the hiring of New Orleans VooDoo defensive coordinator Jeff Russell as Utah's new general manager/defensive coordinator.

The 6-time AFL Ironman of the Year will retire and be inducted ...
Orlando Sentinel
He was the best and the most dominant player ever to play in the Arena Football League," Predators Coach Jay Gruden said.

VooDoo defense rattles Arizona
The Times-Picayune -
In a game between two Arena Football League division leaders, the New Orleans VooDoo rolled past the Arizona Rattlers on Friday 60-36 in front of a crowd of 11,749 at US Airways Center.

VooDoo taking a hands-on approach
The Times-Picayune -
The Southern Division-leading VooDoo is playing defense the old-fashioned way this season -- without the aid of a communication device between a coach and a player.

Wimprine, VooDoo escape Crush
The Times-Picayune -
Wimprine led New Orleans to a thrilling 54-51 win against the Colorado Crush on Sunday at the Pepsi Center, becoming the fifth quarterback in Arena Football League history to win his first four starts.

Crush's third loss tough one to take
Rocky Mountain News
Crush quarterback John Dutton threw seven touchdown passes Sunday. But an attempt at his eighth wasn't good enough.

Lines fueling VooDoo's start
The Times-Picayune -
In the Arena Football League, where points come in bushels, it all begins up front for VooDoo Coach Mike Neu.

Preds ready for VooDoo
Orlando Sentinel
Growing pains were inevitable. The Orlando Predators added 17 fresh faces to their roster and started 10 Arena Football League rookies on the road against a seasoned Philadelphia Soul team last week. The Preds fell 77-56 in their season opener March 1. Orlando Coach Jay Gruden responded to the loss with a week's worth of grueling practices and fire-and-brimstone speeches.