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Both Fever quarterbacks return as Broadous Re-Signs After Warren

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From Tri-Cities Fever

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever would like to announce the re-signing of quarterback Andre Broadous.  Broadous joined the Fever with 6 games left in the 2013 season and served as back up to Dante Warren. 

During the home game on May 25, against rival Colorado Ice, Broadous came off the bench after starting quarterback Dante Warren was injured.  Broadous led the team to a come from behind 41-37 victory.  When he entered the game in the third quarter the Fever were down 28-16. 

"Andre came to us late in the season.  He is a very good quarterback and extremely athletic.  Having two high quality quarterback signed this early in the recruiting process does not happen very often.  Andre will be given every opportunity to compete for the starting job," stated Head Coach, Adam Shackleford.

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