Stockholm Mean Machines sign QB Timothy Morovick for shortened season

The Stockholm Mean Machines have signed Timothy Morovick as their quarterback for the “COVID-19 shortened” Swedish Superserien 2020 season.

Morovick had signed to play for the Curitiba Brown Spiders in Brazil’s top league, but since the season was cancelled, he opted to play in Sweden with Stockholm.

Morovick (6’2″, 210 lb) joins the Mean Machines after a tumultuous couple of years. He had originally signed to play for the Helsinki Wolverines in Finland but the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to that. After signing with the Aarhus Tigers in Denmark in 2019, he suffered a season-ending injury. He had played in Poland with the Wroclaw Panthers in 2017 and 2018 helping them win their second straight Polish title in 2017 while earning the league’s most valuable player award.  He left the team late in the 2018 season in a contract dispute. He spent the 2016 campaign with the Albershausen Crusaders in Germany. Morovick played for Ottawa University (Kansas, NAIA) but was not the first player from that school to play in Poland. He joined Clarence Anderson who played for the Warsaw Eagles in 2011 and Shane Gimzo who also played for the Eagles the following year, 2012.

The Mean Machines open the season on August 22 when they host the Carlstad Crusaders.

Needless to say, Morovick is ready to play, or a he puts it:

“Let’s get active.”

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