Former RiverCity Rage Players Join the Beef
Omaha, NE: Head coach Patrick Pimmel explains, "Since the Rage organization has gone into a year of hiatus, there was a lot of talent with no where to go. Owner Jeff Sprowls and I knew the talent that was there and finally have signed some of the players."
Here are a few comments coach has made:
*Joel Clinger 6'6", 315 lbs-Offensive Line-played college for the University of Missouri and professional football for the NY Gaints
~~~Joel came late (to the Rage) and shored up that right tackle position and was a key factor in their playoff run last year.
*Darnell Terrell 6'3", 205 lbs-Defensive Back-played college for the University of Missouri and professional football for the Cleveland Browns
~~~D.T.is probably one of the best athletes I have ever seen. Last year (for the Rage) was his rookie season in the IFL and finished strong. I am looking for big things out of him in 2010.
*Cornelius `Pig' Brown5'11", 200 lbs-Defensive Back-played college for the University of Missouri and professional football for the Green Bay Packers
~~~Pig was our (Rage) leader on defense. He always makes the big play or the big hit. He is just a solid playmaker with solid NFL talent. It just has been an honor to coach him.
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