Ronald Curry Activated For Super Bowl

San Diego -- Former North Carolina standout Ronald Curry was promoted from the Oakland Raiders' practice squad to the active roster for Sunday's Super Bowl against Tampa Bay. Curry joins fellow Tar Heel Randy Jordan on the Raiders' roster for Super Bowl XXXVII.

Curry has played in one game this season. He returned three kickoffs for 68 yards in a 23-20 overtime loss to San Francisco on November 3. Curry and safety Keyon Nash will take the roster spots of Marcus Williams and Roland Williams, who wasn't replaced on the 53-man roster when he went on injured reserve last week.

On Wednesday, Curry wore No.19 and played the role of Tampa WR Keyshawn Johnson.

Carolina has been represented by at least one player in each of the last 16 Super Bowls.

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