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FB/LB Alan Campos
Cobras Career 
Alan Campos came to the Cobras from Tampa Bay by way of New England on expansion draft day, going to the Sea Wolves as part of a deal for QB Mike Perez, then coming to Carolina for the teamís ninth-round pick.  Campos was featured in a picture on the front page of The News & Observer after the Cobrasí first home preseason game, but he was not activated in the regular season until week 6 after Marrio Grier was injured.  His 20 yards rushing led the team vs. Nashville.  He also had three receptions and two tackles in that game.  Campos had a season-high 41 yards rushing on six carries against the Sea Wolves, but had perhaps his best game of the season vs. Houston, when he recorded his first AFL touchdown on a two-yard run and forced a fumble on defense.  He was deactivated for two games after Bobbie Cotten joined the team, then returned in a backup role for the seasonís final game.  Campos finished the season tied for the team lead with seven rushing touchdowns. 
AFL Career 
1999: Signed with Tampa Bay but was placed on the exempt list for the season  

Pro Career  
Played two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys after being selected in the fifth round of the draft in 1996... Nine special teams tackles in 1996... Played in two playoff games... Signed with the Indianapolis Colts as a free agent in 1998, but released... Played in NFL Europe in 1998-99 after being drafted 11th overall by the Rhein Fire and traded to the Scottish Claymores... Recorded nine tackles and a sack in 1998 and two sacks in 1999  

College Career 
Second on the team in tackles (97) as a senior starter at strongside linebacker for Louisville... Also had two sacks and caused three fumbles... Ran a fake punt 70 yards against North Carolina in 1995, and scored a touchdown on a 23-yard interception return against North Texas State 

Number: 34
DOB: 3/7/73
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 245
College: Louisville
Experience: 1
Acquired: Trade w/ New England, 00
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