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Former Pitt QB Bill Stull is returning to Power

Former Pitt quarterback Bill Stull is returning to the Pittsburgh Power.

Power owner Matt Shaner said the Arena Football League team has signed Stull to a contract, and he will be introduced at a news conference Monday.

"He has to clear the league (transaction process)," Shaner said. "But I don't expect anything to stop him (from joining the team)."

Stull, who had no comment when reached Saturday, joined the Power last year, but he decided not to play at the start of this season while finishing up his communications degree at the University of Pittsburgh.

But Stull agreed to return with only five weeks remaining in Pitt's semester, and he may be available for the home opener Friday at Consol Energy Center against the Philadelphia Soul.

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