By Matt Popchock


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Tommy Crowley, a backup offensive lineman who joined the Pittsburgh Power late in their inaugural Arena Football League season, has been re-assigned to the team.

According to the Power, this brings the number of players under contract to 33. AFL teams are permitted to bring as many as 35 players to training camp.

“Tommy is a sound blocking technician, particularly in pass protection, and uses his feet and hands well to maintain his blocks and neutralize his opponent,” said head coach Chis Siegfried. “He also brings good versatility to our team.”

Crowley (6’5″, 295 lbs.), 27, excelled as a center at NCAA Division II West Texas A&M before gaining some arena football experience with the Amarillo Venom of the Lone Star Football League. He was originally signed to the Power July 8 and appeared at center in the team’s final three games.

Here is what the Power’s unofficial preseason roster now looks like:

QB Bill Stull

QB Kyle Rowley

WR Mike Washington

WR Lonnell Dewalt

WR/KR P.J. Berry

WR Carlos Suggs

WR Darius Passmore

WR Perry Baker

WR Randy Hymes

WR Oderick Turner

OL Jason Jones

OL Mike Lucian

OL Mike Byrne

OL Joe Blanks

OL Justin Wells

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OL Corey Konycki

OL Dan Jones

OL Tommy Crowley

DL Terrance Taylor

DL Dominie Pittman

DL Neil Purvis

DL Jada Brown

DL Aaron Harris

DL Callahan Bright

FB/LB Tyre Young

LB Anthony DeGrate

LB Justin Parrish

DB Bryan Williams

DB Tyrrell Herbert

DB Chris LeFlore

DB Ahmaad Smith

DB Knowledge Timmons

DB Ricky Gary

DB Josh Lay

K Taylor Rowan

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