Birmingham Iron Roster

Player Position College
Adams, Nelson DE Mississippi State
Adeoye, Aaron DE Southeast Missouri State
Barge, Josh WR Jacksonville State
Barnes, Brandon TE Alabama State
Beckwith, Marquell RB Troy
Black, Chris WR Alabama
Boyd, Josh DT Mississippi State
Brantley, Harold DT Northwest Missouri State
Brown, Beniquez LB Mississippi State
Brown, Darrell T Louisiana Tech
Bryant, Christian DB Ohio State
Campbell, Elijah DB Northern Iowa
Carlisle, Amir WR Notre Dame
Coprich, Marshaun RB Illinois State
Cox, Aaron C Grand Valley State
Dallas, Jackson C Portland State
Davis, Chris DB Auburn
Davis, Connor TE Stony Brook
Durr, Lashard DB Mississippi State
Duzey, Jacob TE Iowa
Edwards, Allen DE Pittsburgh
Felton, DeVozea WR Tuskegee
Garcia, Stephen QB South Carolina
Gibbs, John QB Alcorn State
Graham, Larson T Duquesne
Hagen, Jacob DB Liberty
Howell, Tyler T Missouri
Isaac, Ty RB Michigan
Jackson, Dominick T Alabama
James, Nick DT Mississippi State
Jenkins, Eli QB Jacksonville State
Johnson, Shane LB Coastal Carolina
King, Jason G Purdue
Kirven, Korren T Alabama
Lee, Sam G Augustana
Leslie, Darnell LB Monmouth
Massaquoi, Jonathan LB Troy
Nitti, R.J. QB Bucknell
Novak, Nick K Maryland
O’Brien, Kitt G Ball State
Outlaw, Lonnie WR Miles
Payne, Jake DE Shenandoah
Penton, Aarion DB Missouri
Piekarski, Bret G St. Cloud State
Powell, Ike LS Auburn
Powell, Jonathan TE Ouachita Baptist
Redfield, Max DB Indiana (PA)
Richardson, Trent RB Alabama
Robinson, Jamal WR Louisiana-Lafayette
Ross, Brandon RB Maryland
Rowzee, Steven G Troy
Salmon, Shaheed LB Samford
Sawyer, Dante DE South Carolina
Sayles, Casey DT Ohio
Seither, Nick DE Georgetown College (KY)
Shepherd, JaCorey DB Kansas
Shortell, Max QB Jacksonville State
Silvers, Brandon QB Troy
Sims, Blake QB Alabama
Skinner, Deontae LB Mississippi State
Spearman, Ike LB Eastern Michigan
Sylve, Bradley DB Alabama
Tucker, Cory C Slippery Rock
Washington, L’Damian WR Missouri
Wells, Matthew LB Mississippi State
White, Ryan DB Auburn
Wright, Garrison G Minnesota


Head Coach, Birmingham Iron

Tim Lewis was a standout cornerback at the University of Pittsburgh from 1979-1982. His senior year he was named an NEA All-American and Defensive MVP of both the Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine games. In 1983, the Packers chose Lewis with the 11th overall selection in the NFL Draft.

Lewis played 52 games for the Packers, twice led or shared the team lead in interceptions and finished his career with 16 interceptions. His 99-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Rams in 1984 is still the Packers’ team record. In his third game of the 1986 season, a Monday night contest against the Chicago Bears in Lambeau Field, Lewis suffered a career-ending neck injury. He began his coaching career the following year, first as a graduate assistant coach at Texas A&M, followed by assistant roles at SMU and his alma mater, University of Pittsburgh.

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