Carolina Cobras (NAL) Sign Three More for 2020:WR Thyron Lewis, OL Miles Mason and DB Aaron Ivory

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**********Carolina Cobras (NAL) Sign Three More for 2020:WR Thyron Lewis, OL Miles Mason and DB Aaron Ivory**********
from DJ Wagner, with the Carolina Cobras

Carolina Cobras Sign WR Thyron Lewis
Greensboro, NC
The Carolina Cobras announce the signing of WR Thyron Lewis
Thyron Lewis (6’ 4” 205, Howard University) is a long time veteran of arena football, getting his start in 2008 with the Stockton Lightning of the AF2, he has played for seven teams over 11 seasons, including Tri-Cities Fever(AF2), Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings (AF2), Cleveland Gladiators (AFL), Los Angeles Kiss (AFL) in 2017 he was signed by Jacksonville Sharks (NAL), and spent the last two seasons with the Havoc in Atlanta, where he won the AAL Championship in 2018 with Coach Resignalo and was named Offensive Player of the Year.
Lewis said, “I’m excited for the New Chapter and journey with the Owners, Coach Res, Coach Yarborough and McKinney, my teammates and the Cobra Fans. I’m very honored to play with Mr. Storm, Coach Res and the Cobra Organization. I played with for both Mr. Storm and Coach Res before and won Championships with both, (Jacksonville Sharks 2017, Atlanta Havoc 2018). After playing in the NFL, AFL and honored and voted Top 50 to play by league officials and peers in the AFL. All the accolades and accomplishments in the past are just that. It’s a New Day, New Team, New Journey with The Same Goal!! One game at a time and bring the NAL trophy back to Greensboro where the best fans in the NAL are!! It’s #MambaMentality all 2020 season nothing less! #TheMarathonContinues #TLew6”
Coach Resignalo said this about TLew and on the 2020 team “We are excited to have TLew on board for this upcoming season. TLew played for me in 2018 and was one of the few of the main contributors in helping us win a championship, which was my first. TLew has a vast amount of experience and brings a wealth of knowledge to a solid WR group here in Carolina. TLew adds to a group we have that are AFL veterans and we have a very experienced team from Kicker to QB. We have a great mixture of young guys and vets, which is the way it needs to be to be successful. Tlew adds to the talent we have and the staff and I can’t wait to evaluate our roster in camp.”

ABOUT THE CAROLINA COBRAS
The Carolina Cobras are members of the National Arena League (NAL). Founded in 2017, the Carolina Cobras are starting their third season in 2020 and were the 2018 National Arena League Champions. The Cobras play their home games at the Greensboro Coliseum. Cobra Season Ticket Memberships are on sale now call (336) 445-7232 or visit carolinacobras.com. Follow the Cobras on Facebook at facebook.com/carcobras, twitter.com/snakepitmedia and instagram.com/snakepitmedia.

Carolina Cobras Sign Former Columbus Destroyers (AFL) OL Miles Mason
Greensboro, NC
The Carolina Cobras announce the signing of former Columbus Destroyers (AFL) OL Miles Mason
Miles Mason (6’ 4” 310, Utah) was the starting Center for the Columbus Destroyers in 2019. Mason was the starting OL for Utah and in 558 snaps on the line allowed only one sack all season in 2012. He went on to play for the Los Angeles Kiss of the AFL in 2013 before moving on to the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL. He played for the Columbus Destroyers last season.

ABOUT THE CAROLINA COBRAS
The Carolina Cobras are members of the National Arena League (NAL). Founded in 2017, the Carolina Cobras are starting their third season in 2020 and were the 2018 National Arena League Champions. The Cobras play their home games at the Greensboro Coliseum. Cobra Season Ticket Memberships are on sale now call (336) 445-7232 or visit carolinacobras.com. Follow the Cobras on Facebook at facebook.com/carcobras, twitter.com/snakepitmedia and instagram.com/snakepitmedia.

ABOUT NATIONAL ARENA LEAGUE
The National Arena League was founded in 2016 and hosted its inaugural season in 2017 as the premier league in arena football. The National Arena League will kick off its fourth season in 2020. For more information regarding expansion opportunities or partnerships, contact Commissioner Chris Siegfried at chris@nationalarenaleague.com . For more information about the NAL visit www.nationalarenaleague.com, facebook.com/nationalarenaleauge, twitter.com/NALfootball, Instagram.com/nationalarenaleague.

Carolina Cobras Sign Former Columbus Destroyers (AFL) DB Aaron Ivory
Greensboro, NC
The Carolina Cobras announce the signing of former Columbus Destroyers (AFL) DB Aaron Ivory
Aaron Ivory (6’ 1” 205, Findlay University) was a four year player at Findlay University, he played in 41 games in college, starting 20 of those games and amassed a total of 147 tackles, six TFLs, three Forced Fumbles and nine interceptions, three of those he returned for TDs during his senior season. After college he was signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. Ivory made his arena debut for the Columbus Destroyers of the AFL in 2019 and had an interception in his rookie season.

ABOUT THE CAROLINA COBRAS
The Carolina Cobras are members of the National Arena League (NAL). Founded in 2017, the Carolina Cobras are starting their third season in 2020 and were the 2018 National Arena League Champions. The Cobras play their home games at the Greensboro Coliseum. Cobra Season Ticket Memberships are on sale now call (336) 445-7232 or visit carolinacobras.com. Follow the Cobras on Facebook at facebook.com/carcobras, twitter.com/snakepitmedia and instagram.com/snakepitmedia.

ABOUT NATIONAL ARENA LEAGUE
The National Arena League was founded in 2016 and hosted its inaugural season in 2017 as the premier league in arena football. The National Arena League will kick off its fourth season in 2020. For more information regarding expansion opportunities or partnerships, contact Commissioner Chris Siegfried at chris@nationalarenaleague.com . For more information about the NAL visit www.nationalarenaleague.com, facebook.com/nationalarenaleauge, twitter.com/NALfootball, Instagram.com/nationalarenaleague.


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