Tampa Bay Sports Day

AFL: Storm’s Toliver Continues Assault on Record Book

TAMPA, Fla.– Tampa Bay wide receiver T.T. Toliver continued his assault on all-time league pass catching records, despite the Storm’s 54-27 loss Saturday night to the Los Angeles Kiss (5-6).

Toliver caught six passes to take command of the all-time receptions lead in the league with 1,166, surpassing Damian Harrell’s mark by two. Toliver, in his 14th AFL season, had 91 yards against the KISS at Amalie Arena and now has 15,323 all-time receiving yards.

He set the yardage record last week, also held by Harrell.

The next milestone on the radar for Toliver is All-Time All-Purpose yards. Currently, AFL Hall of Famer Barry Wagner tops the list with 21,042 yards.

Toliver needs 69 more all-purpose yards to become the AFL’s All-Time Leader in that category and eighth all-time in the history of professional football.

KISS defensive back Clevan Thomas recorded three tackles and an interception. He now has 81 career interceptions, second most in AFL history, trailing only Kenny McEntyre (97).

KISS wide receiver Donovan Morgan finished the game with seven catches for 72 yards and three touchdowns. He now needs 14 more receptions to surpass Mike Horacek (877) to remove into ninth place all-time.

The Storm (1-10) is at Orlando next Friday.