The Sioux Falls Storm has bolstered an already potent offense, re-acquiring the franchise's all-time leading receiver.
The move comes just over three months after Terry, an All-IFL first team selection for the Storm in 2011, was traded to Cedar Rapids as part of a four-player deal that brought defensive end Jeremiah Price to Sioux Falls.
Terry continued to live and work in Sioux Falls following the Dec. 16 trade, and the six-hour commute quickly proved to be too much for either side to handle. He appeared in just two games for the Titans, catching four passes for 14 yards and one score.
Crenshaw has shown a lot of promise in his rookie season. The University of Oregon product appeared in four games for Sioux Falls, rushing 22 times for 101 yards and six touchdowns. Two of those scores came in the Storm's 69-29 win over Cedar Rapids on Apr. 1.
It is unknown whether either player will be in uniform this weekend.
Update: Terry is unlikely to play in Sunday's game against the Chicago Slaughter.