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Fever re-sign three players for 2014 season

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From Tri-Cities Fever

The Tri-Cities Fever would like to announce the re-signing of Defensive End – Linebacker Brandon Wilson.

This will be Wilson's 4th season in the Tri-Cities. Last year he led the team in sacks with 7.5, which was also good for 7th best in the IFL.

Wilson also is active in the community, participating with the After School Matters programs at both Eastgate Elementary and Park Middle School.

Coach Adam Shackleford says of Wilson, "We look forward to having back his experience and leadership, both on and off the field".  

The Tri-Cities Fever also announce the re-signing of Defensive Back Donyae Coleman and Wide Receiver Dejuan Miller.

Donyae Coleman will be in his second season with the Fever. In 12 game played Coleman had 48 tackles (33 solo).  He was all WAC his senior season at New Mexico State, and spent time with the Arizona Cardinals before landing with the Fever in 2013.

Dejuan Miller will also be in his second season with the Fever. The University of Oklahoma product finished the season off with the Fever, and in only 7 games scored 3 touchdowns and led the team in yards per reception at 14.4. 

Coach Adam Shackleford said, "Both these guys finished the season playing really well for us, and we expect an even better year next year for them".

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