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Shock Talk: Patrick Afif

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Patrick Afif brings experience and life to the Spokane Shock offensive line. Patrick Afif brings experience and life to the Spokane Shock offensive line.
Spokane Shock offensive lineman Patrick Afif visited the SWX Studios to talk about the early season and more with Michelle Dapper in this week's edition of Shock Talk. 

The Shock (1-1) will face San Jose tomorrow, April 4, and will look to return to winning form after falling to Arizona two weeks ago. Afif, a Washington State alum, is entering into his second season in Spokane and his seventh in the Arena Football League. Afif spent the 2009 season splitting time between the New York Sentinels and Florida Tuskers of the United Football League and the Toronto Argonaughts of the Canadian Football League. Afif also played for the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL in 2010. 

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