|This is an older photo of Shadan Hurd, wearing her original jersey|
number. Now she's #24. She is one of my all-time favorite
Outlaws. One of these days we'll feature her in a player profile.
Bridgette Brown is back. Unlike Shadana, Bridgette wants her uniform dirty, as long as she brings an opposing runner to the ground with her. I first noticed Bridgette a few years ago when I saw runners go from up to down so fast I almost missed it. Bridgette is an amazing tackler. She is listed on the roster as on the defensive line. I like her better at linebacker but wherever she plays on defense, she will be a force for opponents to reckon with. She’ll be wearing #42. Watch her when the Outlaws are on defense. She’ll be around the ball.
|Bridgette covers a lot of the field. If you've played football you|
know the open field tackles are difficult. Bridgette brings runners
down wherever they are, open field or in a crowd.
|I don't have many clear shots of Patricia|
because she's always in the middle of
a bunch of players. I like this shot because
it shows the kind of determination I like,
making the tackle even from the ground.
|Tiffany James inspired a blog posting titled "Socks." It was so much|
fun I did several other posts along the same line. She is one of the
first Outlaws I profiled on the Outlaw website and she will always
be one of my favorite people.
|Tara Andrickson, #33 and the 2012 defensive|
player of the year, chasing down an
opposing ball carrier. She did a lot of that.
Amazingly, Grandma Ski Tejeda, #8, returns for her thirteenth season, a women’s pro football record. I absolutely love her style of play ranging far and wide on the field in pursuit of the ball carrier, hitting with power, getting her uniform dirty.