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Sanders Named to First AND Second All-Arena Defense Teams

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Terrance Sanders was a defensive back and kick return specialist for Spokane - one of the best in the league (Photo: SWX) Terrance Sanders was a defensive back and kick return specialist for Spokane - one of the best in the league (Photo: SWX)

by Spokane Shock

Terrance Sanders was named to the 2012 AFL All-Arena Defense this week; making the First-Team as a Defensive Back and Second-Team as a Kick Returner.

Despite missing four games this season, Terrance set single season franchise records for interceptions (8), missed field goal return yards (80), kickoff return yards (1,595), and combined kick return yards (1,675). Having to play with an injured wrist and therefore limited action in two games this year, Terrance was able to rack up 82.5 total tackles in just 12 games.

First-Team All-Arena Defense

DL Joe Sykes, San Jose

DL Mike Lewis, Utah

DL Victor Degrate, San Antonio

MLB Aaron Robbins, Jacksonville

JLB Alvin Ray Jackson, New Orleans

DB Kent Richardson, Philadelphia

DB Jason Simpson, Iowa

DB Terrance Sanders, Spokane **

ST PJ Berry, Pittsburgh

 

 

Second-Team All-Arena Defense

DL Scooter Berry, Jacksonville

DL Bryan Robinson, Philadelphia

DL Luis Vasquez, Milwaukee

MLB Francis Maka, San Jose

JLB Marcus Everett, Milwaukee

DB Arkeith Brown, Arizona

DB Jeremy Kellem, New Orleans

DB Tracy Belton, Georgia

ST Terrance Sanders, Spokane

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