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Fever returns from bye week healthier

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- After a week away from the field the Tri-Cities Fever return to the Toyota Center. The Fever are back working hard for Saturday's final home game of the season against the Cavalry. The bye allowed some players to get back to 100 percent. Last game the Ice laid big hits. The team believes Dante Warren suffered a concussion.

"Well we just have fresh legs. We got our quarterback back from a mild concussion, but guys are bouncing around pretty good. We feel pretty good going into this game," head coach Adam Shackleford said.

"There was no real determination if I had a concussion or not. I know I got hit in the eye. I just had trouble focusing my left eye in that last game. That was pretty much the problem. Obviously my eye is fine now," Warren added.

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