Danger re-sign Evans and add six

The Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team has re-signed one veteran and added six new faces to their roster for the 2015 season.

Troy Evans returns for the 2015 season after playing a key role offensively for the Nebraska Danger in 2014. Evans was a valuable all-purpose back for the Danger in 2014, scoring 14 total touchdowns. He finished the season with 233 yards rushing and also tallied 38 receptions for 341 yards in 2014. He was also a key player for Nebraska's special teams unit recording a 50-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Tri-Cities Fever last season. The Danger hopes to see the same success out of Evans for the 2015 season.

"Troy is an All-IFL caliber player. I'm really excited to have him back and healthy this season," said Danger head coach Mike Davis.

The new faces for the fifth anniversary season include Omar Cook, Claude Davis, Dwayne Difton, Earnest Jackson, Kenronté Walker and Garry Williams.

"We keep signing really good guys. They will make camp interesting for sure," Davis said. "There isn't a single guy on the team that has his spot ensured. Everybody needs to show up to camp in top physical shape and then earn their spot on the final roster."

The 2015 season will begin for the Danger on Sunday, March 1 in Wisconsin versus the Green Bay Blizzard. The Danger return to the Bone Yard on March 7 to take on the expansion Wichita Falls Nighthawks with kickoff set for 7 pm.

Season Tickets are now available at the Heartland Events Center Box Office.

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