Okay first of all you should be doing HIIT cardio (High intensity interval training). It shocks your body and constantly keeps it motivated. Basically run for a few minutes on a very high speed, then take a one minute "easy/slow" speed. Repeat for about 30 minutes to an hour and that should be plenty.
B careful about deadlifts....proper form is essential as you can really hurt your lower back. Get someone to show you how to do it properly and start off with LOW weight until you get the form down. And you should split your weight lifting days, muscle only grows during your rest period. Therefore either do weights every other day by splitting into the major muscle groups (as Ludwig suggested) or do an Upper Body workout one day, lower body the next, then rest the third day.
I would also recommend doing something "fun" for your routine once a week. On Sunday for example, go swimming, play soccer with friends, take a yoga class, do boxing, or something else thats active. Working out at the gym can get stale and when you have a fun day set apart you know you still get a workout but without the repetitiveness. (and besides, working out is supposed to be in conjuction with helping your athletic ability....)