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Raul Vijil     

WR/DB
Born: September 12, 1982
Hometown: Pasco, WA
5' 10", 190
College: Eastern Washington

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Raul Vijil re-joins Shock for 2013 Season
Spokane Shock Press Release
Raul Vijil is no stranger to Arena Football. After growing up in Pasco, WA Vijil played college football at Eastern Washington University where he was awarded a spot in the 2005 2nd Team All-Big Sky after logging 129 career receptions for 1,966 yards and 10 touchdowns. Coming out of college he joined the Spokane Shock as a member of the AF2 team in 2006.

Shock commit to re-energizing franchise
The Spokesman Review
Spokane Shock majority owner Brady Nelson is fully aware what is at stake as the franchise’s seventh season approaches.

Shock coach Olson fills out his staff
The Spokesman Review

Shock begin anew
The Spokesman Review

Shock tweak roster before playoff
The Spokesman Review

Sharks Hope to Snap Losing Streak, Regain Winning Form Before Playoffs
The Jacksonville Observer

Rowley back in control as Shock QB
The Spokesman Review

Shock can make playoffs by winning out
The Spokesman Review

Shock control playoff destiny
The Spokesman Review

No mystery this time: Meyer will start for Shock
The Spokesman Review

No mystery at QB for Shock this time
The Spokesman Review

Shock name Rowley as starting QB against New Orleans
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Shock go back to drawing board in QB sweepstakes
The Spokesman Review

Rowley to start for Shock
The Spokesman Review

Shock face with another QB decision
The Spokesman Review

Failure motivates Shock receiver Greg Orton
The Spokesman Review

Shock call on ex-EWU quarterback Meyer
The Spokesman Review

Shock QB Meyer champing at bit
The Spokesman Review

Shock QB Meyer eager to start on Friday
The Spokesman Review

Shock head to Kansas City for rematch
The Spokesman Review

KC beats Shock with last-second field goal
The Spokesman Review

Another scary underdogť for Shock
The Spokesman Review

Shock overcome QB injuries to vanquish Vigilantes
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock upend division-leading Dallas Vigilantes
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Arena Football league: Morris leads Power past Shock
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Shock hang on to defeat No. 1 Arizona
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Shock hand Rattlers first defeat
The Spokesman Review

Shock improve to 2-4 with road win over Orlando
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock beat No. 2 Orlando
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock on wrong end of fine line
The Spokesman Review

Resolute Vijil
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Vijil had something to prove with comeback
The Spokesman Review

Barnstormers win their home opener
DesMoinesRegister.com

Barnstormers win their home opener
DesMoinesRegister.com

Shock go after first win
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock fall to 0-2
The Spokesman Review

San Jose routs Shock in opener
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Spokane Shock should look familiar on offense
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Schedule change for Shock, AFL
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Shock notes
The Spokesman Review (blog)

Now an AFL team, Talons continue postseason tradition
Tulsa World

Shock opens AFL playoffs
Mid Columbia Tri City Herald

Shock hater finds Shock love
The Spokesman Review

Spokane Shock expect donnybrook with Rattlers
The Spokesman Review

Vijil, McCombs will sit out Friday
The Spokesman Review

Jerry Turner finds peace in Shock uniform
The Spokesman Review

Raul Vijil, Ben McCombs to miss Spokane Shock playoff
The Spokesman Review

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 12
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
The dirty dozen edition of Breaking it Down featured three division leaders losing, the home team winning six of seven contests, numerous players went over season stat thresholds and Kenny McEntyre’s Week 11 rant apparently paid off big time for his Preds. This and much more interesting, mind-blowing and totally useless nuggets of AFL history are just a click away…

Vijil says Shock will still probably awe
Cheney Free Press