OFF-SEASON
PLAYER MOVEMENT
  ACQUISITIONS:
    R. LEWIS (Trade)
    J. PORTER (Trade)
    K. GBAJA-BIAMILA (FA)
    S. MACK (FA)
    J.  FEELEY (FA)
    B. STOKLEY (Resigned)
    T. BOUMAN (FA)
    W. WALLS (FA)
    D. Robinson (FA)
    R. GODFREY (Trade)
  RELEASED
    R. MORRIS (Trade)
    L. KIRKLAND (Trade)
    T. CANIDATE (FA)
    R. WOODSON (FA)
    J. DELHOMME (FA)
    C. BRATZKE (Trade)

 

2003 Schedule

Kansas

LOSS

Pittsburgh

WIN

4-Skinz

Week 3

Juggernaut

Week 4

Illinois

Week 5

Kalamazoo

Week 6

Greenwood

Week 7

Pontiac

Week   8

S. Chicago

Week 9

ca juKes

Week 10

Kansas

Week 11

Pittsburgh

Week 12

4-Skinz

Week 13

Playoffs

Week 14

Playoffs

Week 15

Playoffs

Week 16

Home Away
   

2002 BRYANT

  FRANCHISE W L
  FLORIDA 9 4
  PITTSBURGH 7 6
  INDY 5 8
  KANSAS 0 13

2003 BRYANT

  FRANCHISE W L
  FLORIDA 9 4
  PITTSBURGH 7 6
  KANSAS 5 8
  INDY 4 9

Crushers To Stay In Indy

Last season began with Louis Zerr (a.k.a., Big Lou) demanding a new state-of the-art 90,000 seat stadium - saying, "Go ahead and test me!  We'll be packed up and on our way faster than you can say 'Mayflower!'"  Stadium construction was set to begin in Los Angeles and St. Croix, when lawyers for Ruth Lilly (heiress to Eli Lilly and Company pharmaceuticals) stepped in with a hefty donation to keep the Crushers in Indy.  As a result, Lilly Stadium was built in record time (29 hours [it's fantasy]), for the fast approaching 2003 season.

Off-season Focus: DEFENSE

Ray Lewis

KGB

Joey Porter

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