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Ex-Patriots OL Sebastian Vollmer has dropped 75 pounds since retiring

We can put to rest any thought that former New England Patriots offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer will return to the NFL, unless someone wants him as a linebacker or a big running back. Vollmer has done what many NFL offensive linemen do when they retire: He lost a lot of weight in an amazingly short period of time. At some point in the past year, Vollmer retired and dropped about 75 pounds.
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