Tri-Cities adding depth to an already stacked secondary, resigning Dwain Crawford back to the team a week ago.
He joins a unit that ranks first in the Indoor Football League with 10 interceptions. Corner back Dennis Rogan, ranks second in the league with four picks.
Just before the Fever's game with Omaha last Friday, Tri-Cities re-acquired Crawford who recently was released from the Tulsa Talons in the AFL. He played in the secondary last year for the Fever, and is happy with his return to the team.
Crawford said, "You know I would say just some experience... You know like you say being out here last year with the guys... And just knowing the coaching staff and things like that... What they expect from us each and every week from practice... Going out on the games each weekend... Bringing that in and bring my talents. And meshing it well with those guys... We're all talented and got depth and things like that. So it's just matter of going out there and executing."