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Huey Whittaker     

WR
Born: June 19, 1981
Hometown: Spring Hill, FL
6' 5", 225
College: South Florida
Other Pro Experience: NFL-E UFL 

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Big stakes by the lake as Power meet undefeated Gladiators
Tribune-Review

Shock visit San Jose looking to bounce back
The Spokesman Review

SaberCats rally falls just short against Power
San Jose Mercury News

Rookie QB leads SaberCats past Soul in home opener
San Jose Mercury News

Arizona Rattlers tops rival San Jose to advance to National Conference Final
Tucson Citizen

Rattlers hold off San Jose, advance to National Conference Championship
Arizona Sports

Arena Football: San Jose SaberCats rout Chicago Rush 65-40
San Jose Mercury News

SaberCats end regular season on high note, beat Rush 65-40
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

San Jose SaberCats no match for Philadelphia Soul
San Jose Mercury News

San Jose SaberCats singe Blaze, 57-49
San Jose Mercury News

San Jose SaberCats fall 73-68 to Iowa Barnstormers
San Jose Mercury News

SaberCats drop heartbreaker to Barnstormers, 73-68
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

Top Five All-Time Shock-Rattlers Games
KHQ Right Now

San Jose SaberCats beat Pittsburgh Power 68-54
San Jose Mercury News

Streaking San Jose out for revenge against Shock
The Spokesman Review

Blaze drop a 35-34 decision to Sabercats
StandardNet

San Jose SaberCats defeat Utah Blaze 35-34
San Jose Mercury News

Blaze defense gets riled up, but Utah falls by a point
StandardNet

VooDoo to make Dome debut Saturday against SaberCats
SportsNOLA.com

San Jose Sabercats battle Orlando Predators in home opener
San Jose Mercury News

Meyer, Benton and Whittaker earn weekly honors
AFL Press Release
Spokane Shock QB ERIK MEYER has been awarded Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, while Iowa Barnstormers DB TER’RAN BENTON has been named the Riddell Defensive Player of the Week and San Jose SaberCats WR HUEY WHITTAKER has been named J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Week for Week 1 of the 2013 NET10 Wireless Arena Football League season.

SaberCats 47, Talons 42: Aaron Garcia throws 5 scoring passes
San Jose Mercury News

Huey Whitaker is the SaberCats Week One Impact Player in Victory against the Talons
Leanne Cozart, ArenaFan.com
Huey Whitaker was a jack of all trades in the 47-42 victory against the San Antonio Talons Saturday night in the Alamo Dome. The SaberCats held the lead until the third quarter when the battle intensified and the lead began to exchange frequently.

SaberCats welcome back two-time All-Arena WR Huey Whittaker
San Jose SaberCats Press Release
The SaberCats announced today that they have been assigned two-time All-Arena selection wide receiver Huey Whittaker on a one-year contract. The former South Florida Bulls receiver returns to San Jose following a productive 2012 season.

SaberCats celebrate Kirton, trounce lowly Predators
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

San Jose SaberCats play with heavy hearts in loss to Milwaukee
Inside Bay Area

SaberCats fall to Mustangs 81-68
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

Rush lose in OT after never trailing in regulation
Chicago Tribune

San Jose SaberCats top Chicago Rush 84-77 in overtime
Alameda Times-Star

Rush lose in OT after never trailing in regulation
Chicago Tribune

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

San Jose SaberCats hold off San Antonio Talons 76-53
Contra Costa Times

Shock suffer worst loss in franchise history
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Shock suffer their worst defeat; Rowley reportedly to return
The Spokesman Review

Shock, San Jose want to break from pack
The Spokesman Review

San Jose SaberCats make changes in roster, outlook
Tri-Valley Herald

Tulsa Talons rout Tampa Bay Storm 70-33
Tampabay.com

Tampa Bay Storm expects to lose players for stretch run to UFL
Tampabay.com

Failure motivates Shock receiver Greg Orton
The Spokesman Review

Shock will start Hansen at QB
The Spokesman Review

Narrower goal posts an adjustment for Tampa Bay Storm kicker Kyle Chilton
Tampabay.com

Orlando Predators push past rival Tampa Bay Storm
Orlando Sentinel

Hill too much for Storm
Tbo.com
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Whittaker, Taylor, Berry earn week 7 honors
AFL Press Release
Tampa Bay WR HUEY WHITTAKER, Utah DB BRANDON TAYLOR and New Orleans WR PJ BERRY have been named Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, Riddell Defensive Player of the Week and JLS Ironman of the Week, respectively, for Week 7 of the 2011 AFL season.

Vigilantes get past Storm, 67-61
10 Connects

Tampa Bay Storm defeats Philadelphia Soul 51-48
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

Schedule change for Shock, AFL
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Whittaker joins UFL's Florida Tuskers
Spokane Shock Press Release
The Spokane Shock announced today that WR Huey Whittaker has signed with the UFL’s Florida Tuskers. A Florida native, Whittaker played an integral role in Spokane’s ArenaBowl Championship season as one of only two offensive starters to play in all 16 games during the regular season.

Shock are AFL champs with ArenaBowl win
KXLY Spokane

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

Spokane Shock star Huey Whittaker
The Spokesman Review

Early hole proves to be too deep
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Spokane thrives on just-enough mentality
The Spokesman Review

Shock will host title game after hanging on to beat Iron
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock in Arena Bowl
The Spokesman Review

Shock notes
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Spokane holds off Rattlers, 57-49
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Spokane Shock expect donnybrook with Rattlers
The Spokesman Review

Catching up with Huey Whittaker
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Shock make splash with four player signings
Spokane Shock Press Release
The Spokane Shock announced today that WR Huey Whittaker, OL Branden Hall, DB Alex Teems and WR Markee White will join the 2010 roster, pending league approval.

Blaze: Coordinator brings VooDoo defense
Salt Lake Tribune
Technically, Jeff Russell's job title with the Utah Blaze may seem a bit confusing. Russell, recently hired after two seasons with the New Orleans VooDoo, is preceded by a reputation for creating opportunistic defenses.

Utah Blaze: WR Whittaker signs a three-year deal
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Blaze took the first offseason step toward securing that their record-setting offense stays together on Tuesday, re-signing all-league receiver Huey Whittaker to a three-year contract.

THE BIG-ISH GAME
ESPN Magazine
Despite months of fanfare, there's a good chance the ArenaBowl has snuck up on you.

Blaze: Coaching search narrowed to three candidates
Salt Lake Tribune
The Arena Football League franchise hopes to be able to name its second head coach in its three-year history "later this week" at a news conference in Salt Lake City.

Utah Blaze: Uncertainty for White, free agents
Deseret News
The only head coach and general manager in the three-year history of the Blaze has an expiring contract, and it's not a sure thing the former Dallas Cowboy star quarterback and AFL coaching legend will return.

AFL playoffs: Blaze get knocked out
Salt Lake Tribune
While putting together their unlikely late-season run to make the Arena Football League playoffs and earn the right to host a wild card game, the Utah Blaze got more than their share of fortuitous breaks and game-swinging calls, winning six of their last seven games after a forgettable 0-9 start.

Blaze: Second-half errors doom Utah
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Blaze were haunted - not by old wounds but by their performance in the second half. Again.

Blaze aim to keep fire burning vs. Crush
Daily Herald
Nine weeks ago, the Utah Blaze looked about as playoff-bound as the Miami Dolphins did the entire 2007 NFL season, as the Blaze got off to an 0-9 start in the 2008 AFL season.

Three receivers instrumental in turnaround
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Blaze have created their own version of the "Three Amigos," and the guy who delivers the ball, quarterback Joe Germaine, understands and is thankful for the luxury of having multiple targets.

Dutton still pulls into AFL playoffs despite obstacles
Rocky Mountain News
For lack of a better description, this has been a strange season for Crush quarterback John Dutton and his teammates.

Utah Blaze blasted Crush in regular season
Deseret News
The most lopsided win of the season for the Utah Blaze came May 10 when they blasted their opponent 71-36. Not only were the 36 points the fewest Utah gave up in a game this season, but the 71 points it scored were also a season high.

Blaze pair earn All-Arena honors
Utah Blaze Press Release
The Utah Blaze QB JOE GERMAINE (6-2,238, Ohio State) and WR HUEY WHITTAKER (6-5, 228, South Florida) have earned All-Arena honors for their performances this season by the Arena Football League.

Blaze receivers set new AFL record
Utah Blaze Press Release
The Utah Blaze is the first team in the history of the AFL to have three receivers attain 1,500-plus receiving yards, 100-plus receptions and 20-plus touchdown receptions in the regular season.

Utah Blaze: How did they do it?
Deseret News
Damon Mason has been around the Arena Football League a long, long time. The veteran defensive back has played for Orlando, New Jersey, Las Vegas, Carolina, Orlando again, Grand Rapids, Austin and Orlando for a third time.

Arena football: Receiver has breakout year with Blaze
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah Blaze receiver Huey Whittaker, 27, celebrated a birthday on Thursday, but his biggest present is likely to come after the season when the University of South Florida product negotiates a new contract with an Arena Football League team, perhaps the Blaze.

Blaze: Utah all fired up
Salt Lake Tribune
OK, it wasn't the 17-point win that the Utah Blaze needed to even the score with the Los Angeles Avengers, but it sure felt satisfying nonetheless for a team that opened the season with nine losses and a crowd that two months ago was booing these guys off the EnergySolutions Arena field.

Rampage's mistakes pile up in loss to Blaze
MLive.com
In their most important matchup of the season, the Grand Rapids Rampage crashed and burned in a 63-56 loss to the Utah Blaze in an American Conference showdown Sunday afternoon at Van Andel Arena.

Utah Blaze: Team faces Rampage with playoffs in mind
Deseret News
The Utah Blaze, after a miserable start to the season, have won three of their last four games to move into playoff contention.

Errors prove costly to Blaze
Salt Lake Tribune
In a wild shootout where both quarterbacks were tossing touchdowns passes almost at will, Utah Blaze coach Danny White said it was a lowly safety that really cost his team a chance at victory Saturday night.

Blaze: Whittaker picks up where Burley left off
Salt Lake Tribune
Turns out, the Utah Blaze's replacement for the great Siaha Burley has been right under their nose.

Blaze: KC brings one win to town
Salt Lake Tribune
At least Utah Blaze coach Danny White is keeping a sense of humor through what has become, by far, the worst season in his playing or coaching career.

Blaze receivers just fine sans Burley
Deseret News
Siaha Burley of the Utah Blaze set the all-time Arena Football League record for receiving yardage last season, earning him the league's Offensive Player of the Year honor. Utah went 8-8 and qualified for the playoffs.

Arena Football: Winless Blaze say they won't become the first AFL ...
Salt Lake Tribune
Barring a complete and miraculous turnaround that would rival anything that has ever been accomplished in the, the Utah Blaze will not be going to the playoffs.

Blaze remain winless after loss to Voodoo, 70-56
KSL-TV
The New Orleans VooDoo (7-2) scored a franchise-high 28 third quarter points en route to their victory over the Utah Blaze (0-9) at the New Orleans Arena. Utah's losing streak was extended to nine in front of 15,041 fans on Friday night.

Blaze: Utah spellbound
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Blaze needed a witchdoctor to break their winless spell. What they got instead was another loss against the VooDoo on Friday at New Orleans Arena in front of a crowd of 15,041.

Winless Blaze looking to exorcise VooDoo
Deseret News
Damon Mason hasn't become the all-time leading tackler in Arena Football League history without picking up some well-earned perspective.

Utah Blaze notebook: Team trying to shake that losing feeling
Deseret News
Devin Wyman was an all-league lineman for an Arena Football League team that was nearly perfect during the regular season in 2007, the 15-1 Dallas Desperados.

Blaze: Playoffs? Coach of 0-6 Utah says maybe
Salt Lake Tribune
If there is a silver lining to the Utah Blaze's 0-6 start - and that's a big if for a team yet to win a game in 2008 - it is that most of the other teams in the Arena Football League's American Conference are off to bad starts, too.

Arena Football League: Winless Blaze keep sliding
Salt Lake Tribune
Blaze coach Danny White quickly diagnosed the play from the three-receiver formation. However, Utah middle linebacker Kelvin Morris wasn't so sure. His indecision led to a touchdown catch by an offensive lineman.

Soul not taking winless Blaze lightly
Cherry Hill Courier Post
The 5-0 Soul will take on the 0-5 Utah Blaze in a 7 p.m. Arena Football League game today at the Wachovia Spectrum, and the records indicate this shouldn't be a very tough game for the home team.

Winless Blaze fizzle badly
Deseret News
It's an indisputable fact that the Utah Blaze are the best 0-5 team in the Arena Football League following their 70-49 loss to the Georgia Force on Saturday night at EnergySolutions Arena.

Heartless Blaze blown out
Salt Lake Tribune
On a night when the Utah Blaze honored the player with perhaps the biggest heart, drive and desire in franchise history - deceased former receiver Justin Skaggs - and announced that they are retiring his No. 3 jersey, they played like they had no heart themselves, their veteran Arena Football League coach said.

Team to remember Skaggs
Salt Lake Tribune
It has been a little more than nine months since the Utah's Blaze's Justin Skaggs died due to a cancerous brain tumor, but the Arena Football League franchise does not want to wait for the one-year mark to honor the popular receiver and linebacker.

Utah offense falls flat
Salt Lake Tribune
The team that keeps inventing ways to lose did it again Friday night, only this time there was a scapegoat not normally mentioned when the Utah Blaze play at EnergySolutions Arena: The offense.

Blaze eye removal of goose egg
Deseret News
Two Arena Football League teams that entered the 2008 season with high expectations will play tonight at EnergySolutions Arena.

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.

Blaze lose to Predators, drop to 0-3
Deseret News
For the third consecutive week to start out the 2008 Arena Football League season, the Utah Blaze found a way to lose on Friday night.

2 teams without a victory square off
Deseret News
After two frustrating losses to open the Arena Football League season, a win tonight could do wonders for the Utah Blaze.

Blaze notes: Replacing Burley easy for Blaze
Salt Lake Tribune
One of the major questions surrounding the Utah Blaze this season was how the team would replace receiver Siaha Burley, the 2007 Arena Football League Offensive Player of the Year who bolted for Arizona in the offseason.

Utility man not short on versatility
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Blaze could field a pretty formidable basketball team with the receivers they invited to training camp this year, guys such as 6-foot-6 Anthony Brown of Arkansas, 6-6 David Sutton of UTEP and 6-5 Huey Whittaker of South Florida.

What's this? Blaze may actually try to run the ball, too
Deseret News
Arena football is a pass-happy game. Running the football just isn't usually an effective way of moving the football down the field in the AFL. The running back is really more of a fourth lineman protecting the quarterback than he is a ball-carrier.

No ordinary Joe: QB Germaine looks to Blaze frontier for Utah's AFL team
Deseret News
The quarterback, no matter what the league or level, is always a focal point of a football team.

Burley leaves big shoes to fill
Salt Lake Tribune
Perhaps it is because he has inherited the familiar No. 5 jersey, but Utah Blaze newcomer J.J. McKelvey turned in the best line during training camp when he was asked which receiver would replace Siaha Burley.