NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans VooDoo added OL Brad Paul and placed DL Rahim Alem on the injured reserve, announced the front office on Wednesday afternoon.
Paul (6'4" 305 lbs., Memphis) is a product of the University of Memphis. During his senior season with the Tigers, Paul was on the Rimington Trophy Watch List, which is the award given to the nation's top center. He also played two seasons at Blinn Community College before transferring to Memphis.
The Houston, Texas native started the 2012 season with the Chicago Rush before being placed on reassignment. Paul will be suited up for this week's game versus the Orlando Predators.
Alem suffered an injury at Spokane this past week, and after much evaluation, he has been placed on the injured reserve list. The New Orleans native has started four of the five games he has played in for the VooDoo.
TRANSACTION – The Arena Football League (AFL) assigned OL Brad Paul to the New Orleans VooDoo; the VooDoo placed DL Rahim Alem on injured reserve; place DB Leslie Majors on Refuse to Report.
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About the AFL
Since its inception in 1987, the AFL has afforded the fast-paced and exciting game of Arena Football to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country. The NFL Network will once again broadcast an AFL National Game of the Week for the entire regular and post season on Friday nights at 8:00 pm EST, culminating with the ArenaBowl Championship Game in August.
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