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Storm Retools Offensive Line

June 2, 2015 - Arena Football League (AFL) - Tampa Bay Storm News Release

TAMPA BAY - The Tampa Bay Storm has acquired offensive lineman Tyler Moore announced Storm Vice President of Football Operations Jeff Gooch.

"Tyler is a big body that will be able to help us make plays on the offensive side of the ball," said Gooch. "Protecting the quarterback is a top priority for this team, and we believe that Tyler will be able to step in and make an impact."

Moore (6-foot-6, 325 lbs., Florida) enters his rookie season in the Arena Football League with the Storm. The Countryside H.S. (Clearwater, FL) product played collegiately at Nebraska his freshmen year. Moore started in 4-of-9 game for the Huskers before transferring to Florida, where he started in 14-of-19 games played for the Gators.

Coming out of high School, Moore was rated as one of the top offensive line products in the country. He helped lead the Cougars to a 12-1 record and a trip to the regional finals in his senior season.

The team reassigned fullback Garrison Ushery.

The Five-Time World Champion Tampa Bay Storm is in its 28th season in the Arena Football League. The Storm will host "Youth Sports Night," when it hosts the Jacksonville Sharks on Friday, June 12, on AMALIE Motor Oil Field at Amalie Arena. For more specific details regarding single-game pricing and availability, please contact the Storm ticket office at 813.301.6600 or visit Season tickets can be purchased by visiting or by calling 813.301.6600. For group sales fans can contact 813.301.6900. Additionally fans and sponsors can follow the Storm on Facebook (Tampa Bay Storm) or Twitter (@tampabaystorm) for up to date news and exclusive content.

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Offensive Lineman Tyler Moore with the Florida Gators
Offensive Lineman Tyler Moore with the Florida Gators

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