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Shock Talk: Terrance Sanders

A 2013 First Team All-Arena return man and defensive back Terrance Sanders joins SWX for some Shock Talk. A 2013 First Team All-Arena return man and defensive back Terrance Sanders joins SWX for some Shock Talk.
Spokane Shock defensive back Terrance Sanders joined Michelle Dapper in the SWX Studio for another edition of Shock Talk. The First Team All-Arena DB, returner and 2012 All-Ironman will be entering into his fourth season with the Shock.

Last season Sanders finished third in the Arena Football League with 101 total tackles, he also had 7 interceptions on the defensive side of the ball. Sanders also led the AFL with 2,265 kick return yards and 6 return touchdowns.

The Shock training camp has continued into this week as they prepare to face the Iowa Barnstomrers on March 15. 
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