Uncategorized Coyotes Reach Agreement with Lewis Posted on April 23, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (PALM SPRINGS) — The SoCal Coyotes announced that record-setting quarterback Nate Lewis has agreed in principle on a host of issues that will keep him with the team for as long as he remains a AAA quarterback, unless he is signed by an Arena Football or National Football League club. Lewis announced his plans to return worldwide with Julie Buehler and Geoff Bloom on www.team1010.com. “I am pleased that Nate will be our quarterback for a long time,” said Coyotes head coach J. David Miller. “With Nate in the fold, we have a lot of returning superstars on this team to build around. We will now turn up the heat on the rest of our needs to play at the next level. We are looking forward to competing in our first fall season in the powerful Southern California Football Alliance. Our fans can expect the Coyotes to improve across the board.” Since Lewis became the starter for the Coyotes in March 2012, he has led the team to a 19-4 record, two division titles, back-to-back playoff appearances, and two league title games, winning one. Under Lewis, the Coyotes have set 21 team single-season records, seven of them national marks. The Coyotes offense led the nation in 2012, when Lewis earned National Player of the Year honors and picked up Most Valuable Player in the national All-Star game.