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Today: Storm at Kansas City
By FRANK PASTOR
Published March 5, 2006
WHEN/WHERE: 4; Kemper Arena.
RECORDS: Storm 3-2, Brigade 1-4.
COACHES: Tampa Bay - Tim Marcum (122-58, 12th season; 177-70 overall); Kansas City - Kevin Porter (first season).
NOTABLE: The first meeting between the teams pits the league's top-ranked offense, the Storm (348.2 yards per game), against the No. 1 defense, the Brigade (235.8 per game). ... The Storm has lost eight of 11 road games the past two seasons. ... Shane Stafford became the first quarterback in league history to pass for 400 or more yards in consecutive games the past two weeks. ... Wide receivers/linebackers Lawrence Samuels and Bobby Sippio have combined for 76 receptions, 956 yards and 19 touchdowns. ... Defensive specialist Tramain Jones was activated, returning after missing two weeks with a neck injury. Rookie WR/DB Leroy Smith was placed on injured reserve with a high ankle sprain. ... Jonathan Ordway will replace Lynaris Elpheage at kick returner. ... The team will decide at game time whether lineman Greg Taplin or Mondre Dickerson will be active. ... Kansas City quarterback Andy Kelly joins New York's Aaron Garcia as the only players in any pro league with more than 700 passing touchdowns.