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Tri-Cities Fever Sign Four Players for 2015 Season

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by Tri-Cities Fever Media Relations


KENNEWICK, WA - The Tri-Cities Fever announced the signings of 3 Fever players from last season and 1 new veteran on Thursday.

Kicker Brady Beeson (6'1”, 215 lbs.) from Saint Thomas University has kicked for the Fever for the last couple seasons. Last year, Beeson played in 13 games amassing 100 point for the Fever on 16 of 29 for field goals with a long of 51 yards and 52 extra points out of 66 attempts.

Offensive lineman Joel McCleod (6'3”, 320 lbs.) from the University of Memphis just finished his first sseasonwith the Fever, where he spent time on both sides of the line. His versatility to play every line position on offense and defense makes him a valuable player and one the Fever are happy to have back.

Defensive tackle Harold Love (6'3”, 330 lbs.) from Bethune-Cookman played for part of the season for the Fever last year before moving up to the Portland Thunder of the AFL and his presence was felt while here. In only 4 games, he managed 3 sacks, 4 tackles for loss and 15 total tackles.

Wide Receiver Thomas Mayo (6'2”, 210 lbs.) from California University of Pennsylvania played for the Oakland Raiders in 2012 and New York Jets in 2013. Last season was his first in the indoor game playing for the Spokane Shock of the AFL

“We are excited that our roster continues to grow with experience and talent. We will have a great mixture of veterans and what might be our most talented group of rookies we have ever had in my 5 years with the Fever,” head coach Adam Shackleford said.

Additionally, rookie quarterback Mike Box, who signed with the Fever earlier this summer, has moved up to the L.A. KISS of the AFL.


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