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Tri-Cities Fever RB Flemming Announces Retirement

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by Tri-Cities Fever Media Relations


KENNEWICK, WA - The Tri-Cities Fever would like to announce the retirement of Running Back Keithon Flemming.  The Fever support Keithon fully in his decision and wish nothing but the best for him and his family in the next chapter of his career.

Flemming issued a statement through the team, reflecting on his time playing for the Fever here in the Tri-Cities. “I want to thank the community for 2 great years! It's been a pleasure,” Flemming said.

Keithon has indicated he will continue to live in the Tri-Cities with his wife and 2 daughters. He coaches high school football at Pasco High, and recently accepted a full time job with the school.

Last season for the Fever, Flemming amassed 548 yards, 18 touchdowns, and won the IFL Offensive Player of the Week award twice. 
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