The Tampa Bay Storm has acquired offensive linemen Bruce Doyle and Travis Miller, announced Storm Vice President of Football Operations Jeff Gooch.
“Bruce and Travis are big bodies that will help us protect the quarterback better,” said Gooch. “They both have AFL experience and we look forward to seeing them compete this weekend.”
Doyle (6-foot-4, 305 lbs., Brockport (NY)) returns to the Storm after appearing at fullback in the first game of the 2015 season. The Cuba, NY native played collegiately for The College at Brockport, appearing in 33 games for the Golden Eagles. He was widely considered one of the top offensive lineman in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, earning All-NJAC First Team honors in his senior season (2013), helping lead his team to an 8-3 record.
Miller (6-foot-6, 335 lbs., North Dakota State) joins Tampa Bay for his first season in a Storm uniform. The Wahpeton, North Dakota native played collegiately at North Dakota State. Miller began his professional career with the Iowa Barnstormers in 2013. He most recently spent time with the Dallas Cowboys (NFL).