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Paul Bradford
#23 | Defensive Back | Outlaws Roster

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Through 2001 Regular Season
Tackles Fumbles Interceptions
Regular 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Position: DB
College - Portland State
Height - 5'8
Weight - 185 lbs.
Born: April 20, 1975
Last Club: Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
Hometown: Santee, CA
XFL P.A.S.S.: No. 44 ovpick by the Las Vegas Outlaws – 2000
NFL Draft: FA – Rd 5 – 1997 – San Diego Chargers

Professional Career
2000: Signed with the Minnesota Vikings as a free agent...Released during training camp … 1999: Released by the San Diego Chargers during training camp … 1998: Suffered injury to right knee in second preseason game versus St. Louis on Aug. 15, 1998. Placed on “Reserve-Injured” list on Nov. 2 and missed remainder of season …1997: Made immediate impact as rookie in 1997, starting four of 15 games played...all four starts came at left cornerback...finished season with 22 tackles (21 solo), two interceptions, one fumble recovery and seven passes defended...also scored two touchdowns, one on interception return and one on fumble return...added seven tackles on special teams as well...thrown into action Game 10 versus Seattle when left cornerback Dwayne Harper left game with hamstring injury, Bradford responded with five tackles and first-career interception, picking off Warren Moon pass and racing 56 yards for first NFL score...joined starting lineup following week versus Oakland and had second interception in as many weeks when he picked off pass intended for James Jett from Jeff George…San Diego’s fifth-round draft pick.

College Highlights
Recorded 80 tackles, four interceptions and 13 pass deflections in two seasons at Portland State...Started 10 of 11 games at left cornerback in 1996 and led the squad with eight pass deflections while tallying 41 tackles...Earned two letters in football at San Mateo College in San Mateo, California.

Born Paul Bradford April 20, 1974, in East Palo Alto, California… Earned all-state honorable mention accolades in football for Carlmont High School in East Palo Alto…Physical education major…Paul and wife, Margarita, have daughter, Bella Mae (Feb. 27, 1997) and son, Antonio Paul (May 5, 1998), and reside in East Palo Alto.

Criner’s Critique
“His aggressiveness has served him well throughout his career. While playing for San Diego he had the dubious task of covering Joey Galloway. He is a seasoned veteran and is pound for pound the strongest guy on the team.”

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