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Fever Will Be Missing Key Offensive Pieces

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KENNEWICK, Wash - It's a short week for the Tri-Cities Fever.  They faced Everett on Monday and have just a few short days to prepare for Stockton this Saturday, meaning less time to take care of their bumps and bruises.

Coach Tony Wells has said that two key players on offense, Frank McCray and Leroy McFadden, will not be on the official roster for Saturday.  "I'll probably have them on the practice squad for this week," says coach.

McCray has been injured since the Fever's first home game where he tweaked his M.C.L.  McFadden injured his hip in this last game against Everett and will have an M.R.I. on Monday to determine the severity of his injury.