American Arena League Atlanta Havoc Make Moves
Arena Football in Atlanta Georgia just got interesting. The Atlanta Havoc announced this morning two more signings that lead to the belief that someone in Georgia knows how to build a football team. Having signed Quarterback Michael Eubank last week and several Arena Football League and National Football League players, the Havoc sign Veteran LaRoche Jackson and Thyron Lewis.
LaRoche Jackson is a defensive back who formerly played for AFL Tampa Bay Storm last season. He also played for Jacksonville Sharks, Cleveland Gladiators and Las Vegas Outlaws. Jackson played college football at Clark University. He brings nine years of arena football experience to the Havoc.
Then they signed Former Jacksonville Sharks Thyron Lewis, an explosive 6’4” wide receiver. He has over 10 years of Arena Football experience. He also played for the NFL with the Washignton Redskins in 2006.
Both players bring veteran leadership to the new franchise team who are looking to make a championship run in their first year. With AAL teams signing big-name players this off-season, the Atlanta Havoc are keeping pace making sure they will be a top competitive team.