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Fever Finish Season "Below Average"

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Tri-Cities Fever just held exit interviews and physicals, it's the final step for players before they move into the off-season. Head coach Adam Shackleford talked with the players about there they stand with the Fever, and any potential future with the organization. Despite saying the team performed below average, Shackleford hopes many guys return.

"Well we had a losing record, so we're below a "C" right now. "C" is average and we're not average, but I think we're a work in progress. I think if you look at Dante (Warren), his ability, you know also Andre Broadus, we have two good quarterbacks on our roster right now, that's not someone I'm going to have to go out and find in the off season. Receiver wise, I think we got healthy, I think we found the right guys and we hope to have those guys back," said Adam Shackleford.

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