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Shock Talk: DB Paul Stephens in Studio

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Paul Stephens has returned to Spokane just in time for the Shock as they face a road test in Jacksonville this weekend. Paul Stephens has returned to Spokane just in time for the Shock as they face a road test in Jacksonville this weekend.
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Spokane Shock defensive back Paul Stephens joined Sam Adams in the SWX Studio for another edition of Shock Talk powered by VPI Home Solutions before his Shock travel to face the Jacksonville Sharks this weekend. 

Stephens just came back to Spokane after missing last weeks game to join the Canadian Football League's B.C. Lions in training camp, but now is back to takeover his roll of shutdown corner for the Shock. 

Despite missing last week's win over the Portland Thunder another game due to injury earlier in the season, Stephens sits fourth on the team in tackles with 42, first on the team with 20 pass breakups. Stephens also has a fumble forced and a fumble recovered and an interception this season. 

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