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Fever players building resumes with game video

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Amateur players want to move up in their careers, just like young professionals in the workplace. Now is the final stretch for Tri-Cities Fever players to build their resumes with game video. This Saturday against Wyoming will be their last home game at Toyota Center.

"We're in this league for a reason to move up. Guys are in this league, I would hope guys are on this team to move up to the next level. People are always watching, film is always out there, so you never want to slack," quarterback Dante Warren said.

"Film is crucial for these guys. Late in the year they should be playing their best football. After coming off a bye week, they should be healthier. This should be a great game for them to get good film. It's at home. Our video people do a great job. Yeah certainly we want to push these guys to the next level," head coach Adam Shackleford added.

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