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CardSharks Add Offensive Firepower, Sure Up Defense
Atlantic City Adds A Pair Of Receivers To The Mix

Monday, March 1, 2004

By Matthew Gionta
Atlantic City Cardsharks Correspondent

The Atlantic City CardSharks roster continues to expand with the signings of wide receivers Greg Muckerson and Eric Magrini. The club has also signed linebacker Earl Biddy.

Greg Muckerson was a standout at wide receiver for Temple University for four seasons. Muckerson led the Owls’ receiving corps in 2000 in both receptions and yards. He spent last season with the Ohio Valley Greyhounds of the NIFL, playing both wide receiver and kick returner. Muckerson helped the Greyhounds capture the 2003 NIFL Championship, by catching 32 passes including 5 touchdowns. Muckerson grew up and resides in Trenton.

Eric Magrini comes to the CardSharks after playing his college ball at Montclair State. Magrini managed to become Montclair’s All-Time leading receiver in both receptions (198) and yards (2,864) in only three seasons with the Red Hawks. Magrini’s will be a big target for the CardSharks’, standing at 6’2” 235 pounds. Magrini is originally hails from Wayne, New Jersey.

Earl Biddy, a native of Tuckerton, played his college ball at Kean University in Union, New Jersey. Biddy was a four-year starter at Kean, leading the Cougars in tackles and sacks in 2003. Biddy will help sure up a CardSharks defensive unit that is expected to be among the best in the league.

The CardSharks are set to begin camp on March 6th in preparation for their opener against the Show Me Believers. For more information on the Cardsharks newest additions, or for general and ticket information, please go to or email

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