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Roster For Kolkata Vipers

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Name Jersey # Position Height Weight Age
Abhinay, Sira 53  DL  6’ 0”  97 kg 24
Akhtar, Jasim 56  LB  5’ 9”  74 kg 25
Banda, Ronit 15  QB  5’ 10”  62 kg 20
Beddewela, Shivantha 80  OL  --  -- 26
Choudhary, Digvijay 27  DB  6’ 0”  89 kg 22
Chowdary, Prudhvi K 26  DB  5’ 9”  70 kg 27
Dey, Subarna 83  WR  5’ 10”  59 kg 21
Dias, Ryan 99  OL  --  -- 24
Fariduddin, Mohammad 89  DB  6’ 1”  72 kg 23
Gade, Veera M 16  DB, CB  5’ 11”  74 kg 24
Gupta, Rajiv 25  DB  5’ 10”  60 kg 22
Guturu, Shiva 55  OL  5’ 10”  95 kg 28
Kumar, Sanjay 11  WR  5’ 9”  68 kg 19
Kunku, Naveen 54  LB  6’ 0”  85 kg 24
Mallick, Jaydip 93  OL  5’ 9”  90 kg 26
Mallick, Sanjib 41  RB  5’ 7”  52 kg 27
Manna, Akash 19  DB  6’ 0”  70 kg 22
Mondal, Rajib QB, K  5’ 8”  58 kg 27
Patra, Saroj 10  WR  6’ 2”  74 kg 27
Penumarthi, Avaneesh 63  DL  --  -- 21
Rajawat, Kuladeep 17  WR  6’ 1”  66 kg 22
Reddy, Sandeep 84  DB  5’ 8”  83 kg 25
Sandri, Santosh 45  RB  5’ 7”  62 kg 22
Sarder, Santu 24  DB  5’ 10”  63 kg 21
Sarkar, Abhuit 59  LB  5’ 9”  70 kg 19
Sarkar, Arijit 61  DL  5’ 9”  88 kg 26
Saxena, Abhinav 58  OL, DL  6’ 2”  118 kg 27
Shaw, Sanjay 46  RB  5’ 10”  58 kg 24
Singh, Narpat 52  LB  6’ 0”  80 kg 25
Singh, Sunny 57  LB  5’ 9”  91 kg 23
Swami, Himanshu 13  WR  5’ 9”  72 kg 22
Yadav, Boini 81  WR  6’ 2”  84 kg 22
Yerrabolu, Santosh 38  LB  6’ 0”  94 kg 25

Kolkata /kɒlˈkætə/, or Calcutta /kælˈkʌtə/, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the east bank of the Hooghly River, it is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational centre of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India’s oldest port as well as its sole major riverine port. As of 2011, the city had 4.5 million residents; the urban agglomeration, which comprises the city and its suburbs, was home to approximately 14.1 million, making it the third-most populous metropolitan area in India. As of 2008, its economic output as measured by gross domestic productranked third among South Asian cities, behind Mumbai and Delhi. As a growing metropolitan city in a developing country, Kolkata confronts substantial urban pollution, traffic congestion, poverty, overpopulation, and other logistic and socioeconomic problems.

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