The Kent Predators were a brand new franchise in the IFL for 2010. Charles McCullum led the team at quarterback for the majority of the year, passing for 45 scores and 15 picks, while running for 19 touchdowns. Travis Poole and Andre Jordan were the leading wide receivers, combining for over 1,300 yards and 33 touchdowns. The team got out to a slow start, losing to defending champion Billings, followed by losses to both Alaskan teams. The Predators put three consecutive wins together against Tri-Cities and Alaska. The next three games saw Kent fall off the cliff. Kent was outscored 196-83 in losses to Billings, Tri-Cities, and Chicago. The rollercoaster ended on somewhat of a high note, as the team would defeat Fairbanks and then lose three games by a combined 20 points to end the season and miss the playoffs. Charles McCullum returned in 2011 to lead the Kent Predators. He threw for 2,408 yards, 51 scores and 14 picks, while dashing for 14 more scores. Andre Jordan again emerged as the team's top receiver, catching 55 balls for 987 yards and 22 touchdowns. On defense, Xavier Hicks picked five passes and returned one for a score. The team scored 48 points per game but allowed 57. The team underwent an ownershop change midway through the year, becoming the Seattle Timberwolves. At the time, the Kent Predators offered a wild first game of the year, falling to Sioux Falls 101-75. The team dropped back-to-back one point games against Chicago and Fairbanks, which would ultimately doom their playoff hopes. In their first home game as the Timberwolves, Seattle defeated Omaha by two points. The team relocated to Everett for the 2012 season.