The Spokane Shock on Monday released defensive back Travis Williams, who started the first three games, and put offensive lineman/fullback Shannon Tevaga on injured reserve with a hand injury.
Williams had 9.5 tackles and one pass break-up in three games, but he had a tough night in Friday’s 69-35 loss to San Jose. Spokane also activated receiver Joe Hills, who played at Tennessee State University, from injured reserve, and released defensive back Jamal Robinson and reserve quarterback Luke Collis. Robinson and Collis didn’t appear in any games.
Spokaneis finalizing the required paperwork to bring back former Shock quarterback Kyle Rowley, who led the Shock to arena football titles in 2006 and 2010.
Spokane (1-2) faces Arizona (2-1) in Phoenix on Friday night.