Tavarus Capers from Central Florida and Rodney Kinlaw from Penn State are officially with the Omaha Beef of the Indoor Football League.
Capers, 5'9” wide receiver has spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. If his name sounds familiar it is because he as with the Omaha club last year and was injured early and missed the season. The major part of this athlete’s bio is his incredible speed. Last year he set the mark in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.34. “I am very excited to see his play as we fit him into our already very talented offensive schemes,” Head Coach Pat Pimmel exclaims.
Kinlaw, a high caliber running back also was part of the Omaha Beef’s roster last year but his employment situation kept him off the field. One of his top credentials include being named as the Most Valuable Player in the Alamo Bowl while attending Pen State. His experience included a stay with the New York Jets in the National Football League and also on the gridiron in the Canadian Football League. “His addition to our back field will keep the defense on their toes with his explosive quickness. I look forward to add his expertise to an already tough back in the name of RJ Rollins,” Pimmel boasts.
The BEEF are celebrating their 12th year of Professional Indoor Football in Omaha, NE. Home games are played February through June. All home games start at 7:05pm at "The Slaughterhouse" - Omaha Civic Auditorium. The Beef are a member of the Indoor Football League, the premier indoor football league in America. For more information about the BEEF call (402) 346-BEEF (2333) or log on to the Omaha Beef website through the link below.