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With the UFL season starting this Thursday, it's time to look over the four rosters and ask yourself: Who the hell are these guys?

It feels like I've been wrapping text together for HOURS now, but at least I'm done. Here's the roster for the New York Sentinels, coached by the great stone face, Jim Fassel. For more biographic information and photos, check out the Sentinels roster over at the UFL home slice (ufl-football.com).

Charles Ali           FB  6-2 265   8/23/1984        Arkansas-Pine Bluff       Saint Louis, MO
Chris Barclay RB 5-10 180 10/15/1983 Wake Forest Louisville, KY
Aaron Barrett K 5-10 195 5/14/1982 Hawaii West Covina, CA
Brian Bonner S 5-11 199 4/13/1984 TCU Beeville, TX
Trey Brown DB 5-9 185 3/1/1985 UCLA Overland Park, KS
TJ Cottrell TE 6-6 260 5/3/1982 Buffalo State College Buffalo, NY
Charles Davis TE 6-6 260 3/13/1983 Purdue Fraser, MI
Dan Davis DE 6-3 290 n/a University of Connecticut Plainfield, NJ
Alfred Fincher LB 6-10 238 8/15/1983 Connecticut Norwood, MA
Michael Fladell OL 6-7 338 5/23/1985 Rutgers University Howard Beach, NY
Maurice Fountain DE 6-4 270 9/22/1982 Clemson Camden, SC
Ronnie Ghent TE 6-2 253 1/5/1980 Louisville Lakeland, FL
Tim Goodwell LB 6-1 237 1/30/1984 Memphis Lithonia, GA
Quinn Gray QB 6-2 240 5/21/1979 Florida A&M Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tyronne Gross RB 5-9 220 n/a Eastern Oregon State Stockton, CA
DreMail Hardin DB 6-0 205 1/25/1985 Stillman College Tuscaloosa, AL
Jasper Harvey C 6-3 305 4/8/1983 San Diego State New Orleans, LA
Brigham Harwell DT 6-1 300 9/2/1985 UCLA Hacienda, CA
Ryan Hoag WR 6-2 200 11/23/1979 Gustavus Adolphus Minneapolis, MN
Christen Hopkins TE 6-6 260 n/a Toledo Chicago, IL
Steve Justice OL 6-4 284 5/26/1984 Wake Forest Port Orange, FL
Charlton Keith LB 6-5 237 5/4/1983 Kansas Canton, OH
Lance Leggett WR 6-3 200 2/11/1985 n/a Bartow, FL
David Lofton DB 6-4 220 1/28/1984 Stanford Plano, TX
Ingle Martin QB 6-2 220 8/15/1982 Furman Harrington, DE
Tom Malone P 6-0 205 3/29/1984 Southern California Lake Elsinore, CA
Ingle Martin QB 6-2 220 8/15/1982 Furman Harrington, DE
Terrelle Maze DB 5-11 175 3/13/1984 San Diego St. Santa Monica, CA
Carlton Medder OL 6-5 319 12/1/1984 Florida Brooklyn, NY
Joe Mortensen LB 6-0 245 7/27/1983 Kansas Concord, CA
Daniel Oliphant OL 6-6 320 2/6/1984 Colby College Chatham, NJ
Paul Pratt DB 5-10 185 5/1/1985 Nevada Woodlands Hills, CA
Simeon Rice DE 6-5 268 2/24/1974 Illinois Chicago, IL
Erik Robertson G 6-0 305 10/4/1984 California Apple Valley, CA
Koren Robinson WR 6-1 205 3/19/1980 North Carolina State Belmont, NC
Bryan Robinson DL 6-4 304 1/25/1986 Wesley College Harrington, DE
Jared Retkofsky LS 6-5 260 3/16/1983 Texas Christian Justin, TX
Joe Rubin RB 5-11 215 11/23/1982? Portland State? Tacoma, WA
Cecil Sapp RB 5-11 236 11/23/1978 Colorado State Miami, FL
Steve Sanders WR 6-3 215 11/23/1982 Bowling Green Cleveland, OH
Bryan Save NT 6-1 300 12/16/1981 Colorado State Honolulu, HI
Janas Seawright* DL 6-6 330 4/12/1982 North Carolina Orangeburg, SC
Jonas Seawright DL 6-6 330 4/12/1982 North Carolina Orangeburg, SC
Michale Spicer DE 6-1 265 6/30/1982 Western Carolina Goldsboro, NC
Jamayel Smith WR 6-2 187 8/9/1984 Mississippi State Atlanta, GA
Orrin Thompson G 6-6 320 11/11/1982 Duke Camden, NJ
Craphonso Thorpe WR 6-2 194 6/27/1983 Florida State Tallahassee, FL
Labrandon Toefield RB 5-11 235 9/24/1980 LSU Independence, LA
Jamayel Smith WR 6-2 187 8/9/1984 Mississippi State Atlanta, GA
Rian Wallace LB 6-3 243 5/24/1982 Temple Pottstown, PA
Jason Watkins OL 6-6 307 7/10/1985 Florida Lakeland, FL
Darien Williams DB 5-10 197 11/20/1984 Oklahoma Mesquite, TX
Nathan Williams LB 6-1 225 5/2/1985 Murray State Murray, KY
Shannon Woods RB 5-11 204 11/30/1985 Texas Tech Lawton, OK
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If the Seawright Bros were real, I think I would have to buy the UFL Thursday Ticket.

On a very related note, being in a non-hockey household I only now realized that Directv and Comcast are in some sort of tizzy (AOL Fanhouse). So I'm pretty sure that I'm the first person to ever have a fleeting thought about the possibility of changing over to Cox merely for the UFL.



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....So thats where Koren Robinson went. Man, all that potential gone to waste.



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I am 99.9 percent sure these rosters are not complete. At the very least, I can name one player who I am almost certain is missing.

Former South Florida defensive tackle Richard Clebert was a draft pick of the New York club back in June, and I know he signed a contract. I have heard nothing of him getting a shot at the NFL, and neither have any of my USF buddies, so I'm pretty sure he's still with this team. And if that's true, it probably means there are others missing as well.

Other players drafted can be seen on this page right here.
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Let's make the n/a's available:

Dan Davis' birthday is widely reported as 1/7/1986 - just, not on Wikipedia.

Tyronne Gross' birthday is 5/14/1983 and is on Wikipedia.

CHRISTIAN Hopkins' birthday is 2/26/1985, so that's probably another typo on the UFL page.

And finally, Lance Leggett made it to the Browns' practice squad by way of the University of Miami (Fla.)









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My information says Ted Cottrell, former defensive coordinator for San Diego/Minnesota/New York Jets/Buffalo is the head coach. Fassel is in Las Vegas.

That's why the team has T.J. Cottrell, Ted's son who spent time in NFL Europe, on the team.

Quinn Gray of course, former Jaguars QB. I remember Ryan Hoag from a draft day on year, probably because he went to DIII Gustavus Adolphus.
Ingle Martin was drafted by the Packers the same year they drafted Rodgers. He was the 3rd string QB that year, but the following year they decided to cut him and just go with Favre and Rodgers. Also you have him there twice
Cecil Sapp is a FB who spent time with Denver. I know that because in previous years for fantasy football you had to commit Denver RBs to memory just in case.
As you might expect, David Lofton is the son of NFL HoFer James Lofton.
Labrandon Toefield was the heir-apparent to Fred Taylor before MJD. Or at least that was what I was thinking when I drafted him that year.
And oh yeah, Craphonso Thorpe. He was with the Chiefs. Obviously I only remember him because of his name. Earthwind Moreland is the same way.
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    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    My information says Ted Cottrell, former defensive coordinator for San Diego/Minnesota/New York Jets/Buffalo is the head coach. Fassel is in Las Vegas
Of course, you're right. The UFL website has this fun randomizer where it just puts any ol' coach in the header and it's too easy and too late for me to get confoozled.


That one, not this one. Yes.









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I have mixed feelings here. As a NY'er, I would like the Sentinels to do well. But as someone who likes to watch real sports, I couldn't give a crap about this. Then again, I hope Jimm Fassel does good enough to finally get another chance in the NFL, as I thought he was underrated as the Giants head coach. Then again, I think I would rather see Simeon Rice suffer a career-ending injury as karma for all the bullcrap he said about Pat Tillman. In the end, like most everyone else, I'll probably forget that this league evens exist by the time it folds.

EDIT: Ok, I just checked out the website and saw Fassel is in charge of Vegas, not NY. It would be a hell of a lot easier if they would put his photo on his *own teams* page. Also, Ted Cottrell is posted on both the NY & Florida pages. So who the hell is the Florida coach? Or is Cottrell going to coach both? Because it would be mildly hilarious to see him run from sideline to sideline when the two meet up. Otherwise this new bit of news to me makes my decision to not root for them a lot easier.

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    Originally posted by supersalvadoran
    Then again, I think I would rather see Simeon Rice suffer a career-ending injury as karma for all the bullcrap he said about Pat Tillman.


By "all the bullcrap," do you mean when Rice said he didn't think Tillman was a very good football player (before Tillman was killed, mind you)? If so, that's incredibly petty on your part.

Then again (I noticed you like that transition), I remember a small group of stupid people being upset about it once Tillman was killed, so I guess you're not alone.
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    Originally posted by TheBucsFan
      Originally posted by supersalvadoran
      Then again, I think I would rather see Simeon Rice suffer a career-ending injury as karma for all the bullcrap he said about Pat Tillman.


    By "all the bullcrap," do you mean when Rice said he didn't think Tillman was a very good football player (before Tillman was killed, mind you)? If so, that's incredibly petty on your part.

    Then again (I noticed you like that transition), I remember a small group of stupid people being upset about it once Tillman was killed, so I guess you're not alone.


That wasn't the quote I remember. The stuff that got me upset was Rice saying that Tillman was 'stupid' for joing the army and that he thought Tillman did it because he wanted to fufill some kind of fantasy, like Rambo or something. Basically, he tried to make it sound like Tillman used 9/11 to go to war as a 'game', which just sounds all sorts of stupid, IMO.

Here's an article (spectator.org) that listed him as saying both your and my comments. I'm just saying, if anything was petty, it was Rice acting like a jackass to Tillman for him choosing the army over football. There was no need for him to belittle or insult his decision, which is what Rice did. He never even had the nerve to apologize for his stupid remarks. That's why I can't stand him.






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    Originally posted by CRZ
    And finally, Lance Leggett made it to the Browns' practice squad by way of the University of Miami (Fla.)

I also noted Charles Ali and Steve Sanders as former Browns. Since the only other former Brown I see is Derrick Frost (*gag*) on the Redwoods, guess I'm rooting for pulling for mildly interested in New York.




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    Originally posted by supersalvadoran
      Originally posted by TheBucsFan
        Originally posted by supersalvadoran
        Then again, I think I would rather see Simeon Rice suffer a career-ending injury as karma for all the bullcrap he said about Pat Tillman.


      By "all the bullcrap," do you mean when Rice said he didn't think Tillman was a very good football player (before Tillman was killed, mind you)? If so, that's incredibly petty on your part.

      Then again (I noticed you like that transition), I remember a small group of stupid people being upset about it once Tillman was killed, so I guess you're not alone.


    That wasn't the quote I remember. The stuff that got me upset was Rice saying that Tillman was 'stupid' for joing the army and that he thought Tillman did it because he wanted to fufill some kind of fantasy, like Rambo or something. Basically, he tried to make it sound like Tillman used 9/11 to go to war as a 'game', which just sounds all sorts of stupid, IMO.

    Here's an article (spectator.org) that listed him as saying both your and my comments. I'm just saying, if anything was petty, it was Rice acting like a jackass to Tillman for him choosing the army over football. There was no need for him to belittle or insult his decision, which is what Rice did. He never even had the nerve to apologize for his stupid remarks. That's why I can't stand him.


Well, or Simeon Rice stopped being newsworthy and no one followed up with him. It doesn't mean he changed his mind or not, but we probably don't really know either way.




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I remember Ingle Martin as well but I remember him as a college player. He started at Florida but was stuck behind Rex Grossman his freshmen year. He started at the beginning of the next season but Chris Leak won the job from him. After that he transferred to Furman and became one of their greatest players of all time but I'm not sure if that means anything.

I remember Toefield at LSU too. I believe he was the starting running back for ost of the Saban era.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.19
    Originally posted by Quezzy
    I remember Ingle Martin as well but I remember him as a college player. He started at Florida but was stuck behind Rex Grossman his freshmen year. He started at the beginning of the next season but Chris Leak won the job from him. After that he transferred to Furman and became one of their greatest players of all time but I'm not sure if that means anything.

    I remember Toefield at LSU too. I believe he was the starting running back for ost of the Saban era.


Ingle's from Nashville and has spent time on the Packers, Titans & Chiefs rosters ...

I believe Toefield played for the Jags at one point as well.
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