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QB Warren back with Fever, Beeson and Allen also return

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The Tri-Cities Fever would like to announce the re-signing of Quarterback Dante Warren. Warren took over at QB last season and helped the team rebound from a rough start. Starting the last eight games he ended the season with a passer rating of 111.5, which was fourth best in the league.  Warren ended the season with 28 passing touchdowns, 13 rushing touchdowns, sixth in the league in rushing with 593 rushing yards and passed for 1,472 yards.  The Fever is looking forward to see what he can accomplish with a full season under center.

Wide Receiver D.A Allen and Kicker Brady Beeson have also re-signed with the Fever this past week. D.A. Allen came over to the Fever last season from the Spokane Shock and is looking to have a greater impact for the team, by playing a full season for Tri-Cities. D.A. is from New Orleans and played at Southwest Baptist University.

Brady Beeson signed with the during the 2012, with 2 games left and was with the Fever last season.  Beeson converted on 42 extra points and 12 field goals, with his longest being 55 yards.. Brady also has spent time in the offseason working with area youth at kicking camps.

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