Daniels snatches POW award after snatching two int's - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Daniels snatches POW award after snatching two int's

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The call him the "Nighthawk" for a reason.  Albany Panthers defensive back Damien Daniels stalked and reeled in two interceptions on Saturday.

Daniels is now the PIFL defensive player of the week. Daniels has 91 career interceptions and is just seven shy of the career indoor football interceptions record held by Kenny McIntyre.

It was his first two interceptions of the season.  The Panthers have this week off before heading to Knoxville next week.

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