Kent Predators take to the practice field: Video

Catch the Kent Predators as they go through their practice, talk about big scores planned for their upcoming season. The Kent Reporter caught the players at their recent practice Feb. 18 at Wilson Playfields in Kent.

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  • Friday, February 26, 2010 7:29pm
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Predators player Charles McCollum makes a catch during practice at Wilson Play Fields Feb. 18.

Predators player Charles McCollum makes a catch during practice at Wilson Play Fields Feb. 18.

Catch the Kent Predators as they go through their practice, talk about big scores planned for their upcoming season. The Kent Reporter caught the players at their recent practice Feb. 18 at Wilson Playfields in Kent.

Who: Kent Predators, Indoor Football League

When: Opener, Feb. 28 at Billings

Home: ShoWare Center, debut March 12 vs. Fairbanks

Rules: 8-on-8 players; field 50 yards long

For more information, go to www.kentpredators.com or www.goifl.com.


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