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            === Goodman, Glasper & Berry earn weekly honors ===
 
 Courtesy of Arena Football League
 
 Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Cleveland Gladiators WR DOMINICK GOODMAN has
 been named Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week.  LB TYRE GLASPER of
 the Arizona Rattlers has been named Riddell Defensive Player of the Week, and
 Pittsburgh Power WR PJ BERRY has been named JLS Ironman of the Week for Week 7
 of the 2012 AFL season. In addition to these three awards, the AFL is also
 awarding the Cutters Catch of the Week, the AFL Playmaker of the Week and the
 Spalding Highlight of the Week. The Cutters Catch of the Week and AFL Playmaker
 award winner for Week 7 is Utah Blaze WR AARON LESUE. The Spalding Highlight of
 the Week award winner is TERRANCE SMITH of the Jacksonville Sharks.
 
 RUSSELL ATHLETIC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
 
 The Gladiators' Goodman (6'1, 210, Cincinnati) was a bright spot in Cleveland's
 Week 7 loss to Jacksonville. The wide receiver tallied 17 receptions for 189
 yards and 3 touchdowns. Goodman's 17 receptions tied a franchise-record and is
 the highest single game total in the AFL this season.  This season, Goodman
 ranks first in the League in receptions per game with 11.3. The standout
 receiver has recorded a touchdown catch in every game this season.
 
 RIDDELL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
 
 Arizona's Glasper (6'3, 265, North Carolina) came up big in the team's home win
 over the San Antonio Talons. The defensive lineman recorded seven tackles, two
 forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and three sacks. His three sacks tied his
 own franchise record. During the 2012 campaign, Glasper ranks fourth on the
 team with nineteen tackles.
 
 JLS IRONMAN OF THE WEEK
 
 The Power's Berry (6'0, 195, Virginia State) was hot despite Pittsburgh's loss
 to the New Orleans VooDoo. The reigning JLS Ironman of the Year recorded four
 receptions for 44 yards and a touchdown in his return to "The Graveyard."
 Berry tallied nine kick returns for a franchise-record 242 yards. He returned
 one 57-yards for a score. Berry also threw a passing touchdown. He has notched
 touchdown receptions in three straight games and is second in the League in
 all-purpose yards (212 yards per game). This is Berry's third straight week
 winning the JLS Ironman of the Week award.
 
 CUTTERS CATCH OF THE WEEK
 
 Utah's LeSue ( 5'11, 190, Utah State) is this week's Cutters' Catch award
 winner. Looking to earn the team's second victory over Iowa in the past month,
 Utah needed a big play. So the wide receiver went acrobatic in Week 7.
 Connecting with quarterback Tommy Grady, LeSue notched a highlight reel
 touchdown reception over the boards. As a recipient of the award, LeSue will
 receive a hat and t-shirt from Cutters', the official equipment partner of the
 AFL.
 
 AFL PLAYMAKER OF THE WEEK
 
 Utah's LeSue (5'11, 190, Utah State) put up major stats in the team's home win
 over the Barnstormers. The wide receiver notched 11 receptions for a career-
 high 166 yards and four touchdowns. He also posted 1.5 tackles. This season,
 LeSue leads the League in scoring with 23 touchdowns and two extra point
 conversions. He also ranks fourth in the League in receptions with an average
 of 9.83 per game. LeSue has collected multiple touchdown receptions in every
 game this season.
 
 SPALDING HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
 
 Jacksonville's Terrance Smith (6'2, 200, South Carolina State) is the winner of
 this week's Spalding Highlight of the Week award. The wide receiver wowed the
 away crowd with a one-handed touchdown catch that helped the Sharks steal a
 54-49 road win over the Gladiators.
 
 Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week candidates included: Orlando's
 Dwayne Eley, Jr., Pittsburgh's Randy Hymes, Philadelphia's Dan Raudabaugh,
 Utah's Aaron LeSue, Milwaukee's Gino Guidugli, Kansas City's Bret Smith and
 Arizona's Nick Davila.
 
 Riddell Defensive Player of the Week candidates included: Georgia's Tracy
 Belton, New Orleans' Jorrick Calvin, Philadelphia's Dustin Barno, Utah's Mike
 Lewis, Jacksonville's LaRoche Jackson, Milwaukee's Luis Vasquez and Kansas
 City's Sergio Gilliam.
 
 JLS Ironman of the Week candidates included: New Orleans' Josh Bush,
 Philadelphia's Jeff Hughley, Utah's Aaron LeSue, Cleveland's Robert Redd,
 Chicago's Marquis Hamilton, San Jose's Huey Whittaker and Arizona's Arkeith
 Brown.
 
 
 
 04/25 12:20:06 ET

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