Tri-Cities Fever strengthen lineup

The Storm won another United Bowl and they proved beyond reasonable doubt that they are the team to beat right now and a constant favorite to lift the trophy. This prompted their opponents to announce new transfers and Tri-Cities Fever is one of the teams ready to strengthen their lineup. They have recently signed in quarterback Brandyn Londry-Jackson who used to play for the Appalachian State University.

He’s expected to be an excellent addition to their effort, given the fact that he was a Walter Payton Award finalist. Not surprisingly, he shares his father’s passion for football, with Greg Jackson being a 3rd round draft pick by the NY Giants, a team that he played for 12 years.minorleague

The other player that will compete for the Tri-Cities Fever in 2015 is kicker Geoff Boyer who was acquired from Middle Tennessee State. In 2012 he played for the Pittsburgh Power and last year he had a place in the rotation of Tampa Bay Storm. This is one of the most experienced players when it comes to indoor football, which makes him an excellent choice for a team with high expectations this season.

Boyer has the uncanny ability to drop kick the ball very accurately and has a reputation for excellent field-goal distance. Furthermore, the team will rely on defensive lineman Aaron Bellazin from the University of North Texas, which proves their commitment to make a deep run this season and even challenge the Storm for the United Bowl.

Another interesting addition to their rotation is wide receiver J.D. Woods who used to play for West Virginia and has some NFL experience. There are not many players who can brag about having such credentials, with Woods playing for Pittsburgh Steelers in 2013. Granted he only played for three games, it is still more than many IFL players can say, so his experience and commitment will come in handy.

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