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Troy Bergeron     

WR
Born: December 3, 1983
Hometown: Columbus, GA
6' 2", 180
College: Middle Tennessee State

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Player News
Force rides momentum to playoff win over Cleveland
Gwinnettdailypost.com

Gladiators wild ride continues in playoffs
News-Herald.com

Gladiators catch a break, get Bergeron back for playoffs
NewsNet5.com (blog)

Gladiators 67, Power 55: Gladiators top Pittsburgh, secure playoffs
News-Herald.com

Gladiators beat Power 67-55
WKYC-TV

AFL superfan challenges Kansas City to fill Sprint Center
Yahoo! Sports

Cleveland Gladiators clinch division, playoff spot with win over Pittsburgh Power
Plain Dealer

Cleveland Gladiators aware of trap, still walk right into it in rout at Philadelphia
Plain Dealer

Gladiators light up the night with win over SJ
The Morning Journal

Cleveland Gladiators enjoy a record-setting rout of San Jose, 82-21
Plain Dealer

Gladiators Get Historic Win
19 Action News

At 29, Cleveland Gladiators GM Phil Tesar is growing with his franchise
Plain Dealer

Penalty-prone Cleveland Gladiators upset in Kansas City, 50-41
Plain Dealer

Command hope QB change yields spark
Kansas City Star

Cleveland Gladiators receiver Dominick Goodman shows signs of dominance
Plain Dealer

Gladiators 62, Force 48: Glad to have Cav around
News-Herald.com

Gladiators beat Force with Baron Davis in attendance
The Morning Journal

An angry Cleveland Gladiators team eager to get back on turf, find a way to win
Plain Dealer

Rattlers wide receiver Trandon Harvey having bounce-back season after disappointing 2010
Arizona Republic

Punchless Gladiators rocked by Orlando, 56-26
Plain Dealer

Reserve QB riddles Milwaukee
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Missed opportunities plague Talons
Tulsa World

Fringe player squeezed by the NFL lockout
Kansas City Star

Cleveland Gladiators botch final play, suffer first loss of season, 34-33, to ...
Plain Dealer

Spokane Shock fall to 0-2
The Spokesman Review

Cleveland Gladiators defeat Spokane Shock, 61-55, but lose QB John Dutton
Plain Dealer

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

Cleveland Gladiators to start season at week 2 Saturday with confidence in new receivers strengths
Plain Dealer

Two NFL players return to play in Arena Football League
Tampabay.com

Falcons release Bergeron of Shaw
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Biggs: Falcons sign former Arena League star
National Football Post

Football vagabond Troy Bergeron trying to stick with Falcons
Greenville News

Former Force WR making impact with NFL franchise
Gwinnett Daily Post

Atlanta Falcons sign receiver Troy Bergeron
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound receiver played with the Arena Football League’s Georgia Force for three seasons and was named AFL Rookie of the Year in 2005. After the AFL announced it had canceled its 2009 season, Bergeron signed with the Lions, of the AIFA.

Arena League players among 19 hopefuls at Dallas Cowboys workout
KVUE
The Dallas Cowboys worked out 19 players, including some from the Arena Football League, on Wednesday, including Lancaster's Eddie Moten, a veteran of the Philadelphia Soul.

Cleveland Gladiators nip Georgia Force
GwinnettHerald.com
For perhaps the first time in the history of the Gwinnett Center, a team with "Gladiators" written on their uniforms was booed when they won.

Cleveland Gladiators Advance To Arena Conference Finals
NewsNet5.com
Raymond Philyaw completed 20 of 29 passes for 295 yards and eight touchdowns to lead the Cleveland Gladiators to a 73-70 victory against the Georgia Force in the Arena Football League playoffs Monday night.

Aiming to be the best
GwinnettHerald.com
They say that what separates professional football from basketball is that football players must go to college to be successful, otherwise the talent gap would be too great. Basketball players can easily jump from high school to the pros and fit right in (although that's no longer allowed).

On the prowl for the endzone
GwinnettHerald.com
They say practicing hard is what it takes to really make it on a team. But sometimes, that's not the case.

Force eases to victory as VooDoo off the mark
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
Georgia turned into a bunch of home wreckers Monday night, bumping the VooDoo out of first place in the Southern Division with a 40-29 victory in a nationally televised Arena Football League game at the New Orleans Arena.

Soul coughs up late lead in loss to Georgia
Philadelphia Daily News
No lead is safe in the Arena Football League, however. The Soul certainly found that out the hard way last night.

Predators take 6th in a row
Orlando Sentinel
Orlando Predators wide receiver Chas Gessner caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Shane Stafford with 5 seconds remaining in the game to extend the Predators' (6-2) Arena Football League winning streak to six games Saturday night as they defeated the Georgia Force (3-4) 65-62.

Force win Friday shootout, 70-63
GwinnettHerald.com
Two plays. That's all it took for the Kansas City Brigade (0-5) to go ahead by two scores at the start of the game. It's also what it took for the Georgia Force (3-3) to tie things up at the start of the second half to crown their comeback. A wild second half gave way to a Force victory, 70-63 April 4.

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.

Week 1 Power Poll Rankings
Bleacher Report
Here is the first power rankings going into week 1 of the Arena Football season.