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Study: NFL Players Risked Memory Loss From Concussions

National Football League players who suffered serious concussions may be at risk for brain damage and memory loss later in life, according to a new study that collected data on former players.

In Brownsville, offensive linemen for Pace High School's football team hit a sled during a Sept. 11 practice.

National Football League players who suffered serious concussions may be at risk for brain damage and memory loss later in life, according to a new study that collected data on former players. (HealthDay)

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